Another port-side view of Choctaw traveling light with much of its hull out of the water. Here, several features observed during the ROV missions in August, 2017, were corroborated. These include the stern cabin layout, locations of windows and doors, locations of bits, capstans, and davit arms, the location of the funnel and funnel cape, and the hatches moving forward of the stern cabin. Source: Great Lakes Maritime Collection, Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library.

Another port-side view of Choctaw traveling light with much of its hull out of the water. Here, several features observed during the ROV missions in August, 2017, were corroborated. These include the stern cabin layout; locations of windows and doors; locations of bits, capstans, and davit arms; the location of the funnel and funnel cape; and the hatches moving forward of the stern cabin. Image courtesy of the Great Lakes Maritime Collection, Alpena County George N. Fletcher Public Library. Download larger image (jpg, 16.0 MB)

 

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