Michelle Sullivan

Columbus Monthly

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Assistant Editor for Columbus Monthly, published by the Dispatch Printing Company which invested in Tommy Thompson’s expedition

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In 1857, a ship loaded with ore from the California Gold Rush sank during a hurricane off South Carolina.

Sunken Ship Treasure Hunter Arrested After Being on the Lam

In 1857, a ship loaded with ore from the California Gold Rush sank during a hurricane off South Carolina.

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