Divers found some of the deck house framing posts, the ship's 14-foot stem, steel windlass and two anchor chains, according to Rock the Lake.
Museum officials also said two other ships, which have not been identified, were found, according to Rock the Lake. Divers use underwater technology like sidescan sonar, as well as historical research, to identify wreckage.
"Often, it can take years from the initial discovery of a potential underwater target to confirmation that the target in question is a shipwreck, to identifying a particular shipwreck as a specific named boat that was lost," a museum spokesperson told Rock the Lake.
There are an estimated 2,000 shipwrecks in Lake Erie. About 375 of them have been discovered.