This March 6, 2012, photo provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, shows a buoy at left, near to Old Fort Jackson, marking the shipwreck of the CSS Georgia, a Confederate warship that sank in the Savannah River nearly 148 years ago in Savannah, Ga. The Army Corps of Engineers plans to spend $14 million to raise and preserve the sunken Confederate ironclad to make room for deepening Savannah’s harbor. (AP Photo/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Billy Birdwell)

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This March 6, 2012, photo provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, shows a buoy at left, near to Old Fort Jackson, marking the shipwreck of the CSS Georgia, a Confederate warship that sank in the Savannah River nearly 148 years ago in Savannah, Ga. The Army Corps of Engineers plans to spend $14 million to raise and preserve the sunken Confederate ironclad to make room for deepening Savannah’s harbor. (AP Photo/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Billy Birdwell)
This March 6, 2012, photo provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, shows a buoy at left, near to Old Fort Jackson, marking the shipwreck of the CSS Georgia, a Confederate warship that sank in the Savannah River nearly 148 years ago in Savannah, Ga. The Army Corps of Engineers plans to spend $14 million to raise and preserve the sunken Confederate ironclad to make room for deepening Savannah’s harbor. (AP Photo/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Billy Birdwell)
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