In this Thursday, June 20, 2013 photo, divers emerge with one of two cannons raised from the wreck of the Queen Anne's Revenge off the coast of Carteret County, N.C. Blackbeard captured a French slave ship and renamed it Queen Anne's Revenge in 1717. Volunteers with the Royal Navy killed Blackbeard in Ocracoke Inlet the following year, five months after the ship sank. There's a $450,000 effort under way to remove all the artifacts from the ship by the end of next year. (AP Photo/The Jacksonville Daily News, Chuck Beckley)

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In this Thursday, June 20, 2013 photo, divers emerge with one of two cannons raised from the wreck of the Queen Anne's Revenge off the coast of Carteret County, N.C. Blackbeard captured a French slave ship and renamed it Queen Anne's Revenge in 1717. Volunteers with the Royal Navy killed Blackbeard in Ocracoke Inlet the following year, five months after the ship sank. There's a $450,000 effort under way to remove all the artifacts from the ship by the end of next year. (AP Photo/The Jacksonville Daily News, Chuck Beckley)
In this Thursday, June 20, 2013 photo, divers emerge with one of two cannons raised from the wreck of the Queen Anne's Revenge off the coast of Carteret County, N.C. Blackbeard captured a French slave ship and renamed it Queen Anne's Revenge in 1717. Volunteers with the Royal Navy killed Blackbeard in Ocracoke Inlet the following year, five months after the ship sank. There's a $450,000 effort under way to remove all the artifacts from the ship by the end of next year. (AP Photo/The Jacksonville Daily News, Chuck Beckley)
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