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Porter Co. shipwreck site poised to be state's first underwater preserve

Porter Co. shipwreck site poised to be state's first underwater preserve

Brad Bumgardner, an Indiana Dunes State Park interpretive naturalist, kneels next to the propeller salvaged from the J.D. Marshall, a wooden sand sucker that shipwrecked just off the shoreline in June 1911.

September 05, 2013 12:00 pm
Porter Co. shipwreck site poised to be state's first underwater preserve

Porter Co. shipwreck site poised to be state's first underwater preserve

A map shows the location of the J.D. Marshall shipwreck off the shoreline of the Indiana Dunes State Park.

September 05, 2013 12:00 pm
J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

Brad Bumgardner, an Indiana Dunes State Park interpretive naturalist, kneels next to the propeller salvaged from the J.D. Marshall, a wooden sand sucker that shipwrecked just off the shoreline in June 1911.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

Brad Bumgardner, Indiana Dunes State Park interpretive naturalist, kneels next to a propeller salvaged from the J.D. Marshall shipwreck off the shoreline.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

Capt. Leroy Rand was captain of the J.D. Marshall when it was shipwrecked off the coast of the Indiana Dunes State Park in June 1911.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

Brad Bumgardner, Indiana Dunes State Park interpretive naturalist, talks about the J.D. Marshall, which capsized in Lake Michigan off the park's shoreline.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
Indiana Dunes State Park Interpretive Naturalist

Indiana Dunes State Park Interpretive Naturalist

Brad Bumgardner, Indiana Dunes State Park interpretive naturalist, talks about a salvaged portion of the J.D. Marshall's hull on April 6 at the park. The piece was salvaged illegally by divers and later recovered by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

Jack Powers, from left, Jeremy Powers and Ben Powers — all of South Carolina — walk on a beach April 6 at Indiana Dunes State Park while a cargo ship sails over Lake Michigan behind them. The J.D. Marshall shipwrecked near this location in June 1911.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

A map shows the location of the J.D. Marshall shipwreck off the shoreline of the Indiana Dunes State Park.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

J.D. Marshall lies just offshore of Indiana Dunes State Park

A display at the Indiana Dunes State Park Nature Center features artifacts from the J.D. Marshall shipwreck.

April 10, 2012 4:10 pm
J.D. Marshall Capt. Leroy Rand

J.D. Marshall Capt. Leroy Rand

Chesterton | Leroy Rand was captain of the J.D. Marshall when it was shipwrecked off the coast of the Indiana Dunes in 1911.

April 06, 2012 2:45 pm
Finch a feathered friend

Finch a feathered friend

Brad Bumgardner, Indiana Dunes State Park interpretive naturalist, holds a Golden Finch while students from the Home Grown Hearts home school program pet it Friday during a Birds of Indiana Dunes program at the park in Chesterton.

April 06, 2012 2:25 pm
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