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FILE- In this July 27, 2010, file photo, a pair of archeologists begin dismantling the remains of an 18th century ship at the World Trade Center construction site in New York. Columbia University scientists say this week they have determined wood used in the ship's frame came from a Philadelphia-area forest in 1773, before the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the Revolutionary War. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Researchers: World Trade Center ship dates to 1773
First Published Jul 30 2014 06:04 pm • Last Updated Jul 30 2014 06:38 pm

Mark Lennihan | AP file photo

Planks of an 18th century ship stick out of the mud at the World Trade Center construction site in New York in 2010. Columbia University scientists say this week they have determined wood used in the ship’s frame came from a Philadelphia-area forest in 1773.

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