I don't know that they have positively identified the wreck beyond a reasonable doubt, but as it was mostly just the ribs remaining (rest of the wreck destroyed and torn apart by waves and ice) and a reasonable size for a two-masted yacht, and the matching location to the wreck report, it was a fairly good guess. I have contacted a friend with Charlevoix maritime history knowledge to see if he knows anything else about the boat (dimensions, tonnage, construction detail, etc.) to see if there is any other verifying information. I would have suspected there might have been some glass from glass-plate negatives or broken-up camera pieces embedded in crevices in the wreck, but maybe not that much has survived, and that which remains has been scoured clean by the elements or people. If I find out anything else, I will post it.