The Mary Celeste; An Unsolved Mystery From History by Jane Yolen



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The Mary Celeste; An Unsolved Mystery From History by Jane Yolen

After reading the book about the Mary Celeste explore the following three websites. Read at least two paragraphs in each article, and then navigate around the site to find out about them. You will have to go to the About Us or Contact Us section to find to find out if the site is credible. You should look for things like author’s names and credentials, the name of a trusted institution, or a site with .gov. or .edu.

http://www.maryceleste.net/ (Mary Celeste Fact or Fiction)

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history-archaeology/abandoned-200711.html (Smithsonian: Abandoned Ship: The Mary Celeste)



http://www.smithsonianchannel.com/site/sn/show.do?show=130102 (Smithsonian Channel)
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