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After a flood, saving Appalachia’s history piece by piece

Appalshop, a cultural center in Kentucky, has recovered more than 13,500 items after a devastating flood a year ago. Many are being restored and digitized.
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Salvaging the sacred from climate disaster

A new project hopes to train a Vancouver Island First Nations “strike team” to save and salvage cultural and sacred artifacts from the growing threat of fires and floods as the climate crisis advances.
European drought unearths Nazi warships in Danube, historic ruins

European drought unearths Nazi warships in Danube, historic ruins

Archaeologists are rushing to study some of the surfaced relics amid the worst drought that Europe has seen in centuries.
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Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice
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Lost Viking ‘highway’ revealed by melting ice

1,000-year-old horseshoes, sleds, and tools are emerging from a shrinking ice patch in Norway, telling the story of the rise and fall of a mountain pass and the people who traveled along it.
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