When an everyday person looks into the Canal they see a disgusting vat of polluted trash. When an archaeologist peers into the waterway they see important pieces of the past. Both are technically correct, but one can decide if developers can start building a long the Canal or if that investment will have to wait. This issue is address in the latest Gowanus Canal article from CarrollGardens.Patch.com. Is the Gowanus Canal a treasure trove of history or just trash that should be berried and forgotten forever? See what historians from  EPA and archaeologist Army Corps of Engineers have to say: Ghosts of the Gowanus by Miriam Coleman

 

Bonus Your Face Off

 

 

Old Vessel Emerges From the Canal!