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Jimmy Yancey, left, and Rene Del Bosque, both with Domac Inc., secure strapping around the the 11-foot long, 8,400 pound Dahlgren gun as they move it to the Texas City Museum on Wednesday June 18, 2014, in Texas City, Texas.  A Civil War cannon from the 1863 sinking of the USS Westfield has a new resting place at a Texas museum just miles from where the ship went down.   Officials at the Texas City Museum on Wednesday welcomed the restored 12-foot cannon for a maritime exhibit. (AP Photo/The Galveston County Daily News, Jennifer Reynolds) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT

Jimmy Yancey, left, and Rene Del Bosque, both with Domac Inc., secure strapping around the the 11-foot long, 8,400 pound Dahlgren gun as they move it to the Texas City Museum on Wednesday June 18, 2014, in Texas City, Texas. A Civil War cannon from the 1863 sinking of the USS Westfield has a new resting place at a Texas museum just miles from where the ship went down. Officials at the Texas City Museum on Wednesday welcomed the restored 12-foot cannon for a maritime exhibit. (AP Photo/The Galveston County Daily News, Jennifer Reynolds) MANDATORY CREDIT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT

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