Rising seas may submerge 13,000 US historical sites

/ 01:54 PM November 30, 2017

Jamestown, Virginia, site of the first permanent English settlement in North America, is one of many iconic places in American history at risk from an expected sea level rise, researchers say. Image: Mladen Antonov/AFP

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