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Barry Clifford and the Whydah Discovery

Barry Clifford and the Whydah Discovery
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See pirate treasure and ship’s artifacts at the “Expedition Whydah” Sea Lab & Learning Center, Macmillan Wharf, Provincetown, Massachusetts (508-487-8899; open May-October). For details, go to: whydah.com.

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One Response to Barry Clifford and the Whydah Discovery

  1. ally May 13, 2014 at 7:20 pm #

    Dear Mr Clifford, relating your comments on Santa Maria..columbus ship to media published on May 13, 2014.

    Can we get it clear for once.. Columbus did not discover the new world. There were millions of people living here for perhaps more that 20,000 years before the arrival of Europeans.

    Another point of view.. what Columbus actually did was start the genocide of the natives of the Americas.

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