The Center for Wooden Boats (CWB) shares a piece of Lake Union’s hidden history. Long a place of maritime industry, and now home to new industries and uses, the lake once served as a place for shipwrecking. The CWB takes a look at what local archaeological research has turned up in recent years.

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