Indian artificacts, boats, large steam vessels, and fishing boats exposed from Lake Okeechobee's low levels.
"More than 17 sites have been identified in Palm Beach County's part of the lake in the last three months. They are scattered over miles of terrain. The drought has bared a rim around the lake up to a mile and a half wide at some points.
"It looks like it's part of one of the American Indian settlements that were there - people that were intentionally interred at some point," said State Archaeologist Ryan Wheeler."St. Cloud Times | AP News