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Tale of a cursed ship

In 1991, Kodiak marine biologist Brad Stevens was approached by an Anchorage archaeologist, Mike Yarborough, who had spent more than a decade researching the 1860 wreck of the 132-foot Russian American Co. ship Kad'yak. The three-masted...

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Crews resume excavation at Aleutian archaeological site

...houses of Unangam Aleuts. "It's really a nicely constructed wall, and there was sod in between the rocks," said Mike Yarborough, head archaeologist at the site. "What's left was dug into the slope, everything else collapsed and fell down...

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Scientists have discovered Russian shipwreck said to be oldest in Alaska

...began the project when he received the translated journals of Arkhimandritov from Anchorage-based archaeologist Mike Yarborough. The journals contained some bearings for the shipwreck, but due to differing methods for obtaining bearings, Stevens...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072803/sta_shipwreck.shtml
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Northwest Digest

...been documented in North American waters, Knecht said. The mask might have been worn and broken at a funeral, said Mike Yarborough, lead archaeologist at the dig. "It's speculation to say what happened 3,000 years ago, but it was broken...

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