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Gold Rush era recordings found on sunken ship

Three records and a gramophone have been found onboard the A.J. Goddard, a 110-year-old sunken ship. Thomas said the three recordings, including Rendezvous Waltz and a rare 1896 minstrel recording of Ma Onliest One, were previously unknown to Gold Rush-era music experts. "These are three new songs that we now know people

18-19th century naval medical records released

The National Archives have release naval doctor's records dating from 1793 to 1880. Among them are described 7ft parasitic worms and the first documented case of a hermaphrodite. One passenger was 12-year-old Ellen McCarthy, who was on board the Elizabeth sailing from Cork, Ireland, to Quebec, Canada, in June 1825

Shipping records found in 800-year-old Korean shipwreck

Ancient shipping records inscribed on bamboo poles have been found inside an ancient Korean shipwreck. The National Research Institute of Maritime Cultural Heritage under the Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea announces yesterday that it found bamboo poles with shipment records, including types and amount of loads, departure dates, destinations and recipients.