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A keelboat is a riverine cargo-capable working boat, or a small- to mid-sized recreational sailing yacht. The boats in the first category have shallow structural ...

Keelboats - Steamboat Times

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Here, a group of fur traders run a rapid on their keelboat en route to trade their pelts. ..... They made the connection from Fort Pierre to Fort Union aboard the ...

The Boats of the Corps of Discovery - Great River Road

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Before the advent of the steamboat, keelboats were the dominant boat for upriver travel. Normally a keelboat was dismantled for scrap after its journey, although ...

Keelboats - Malachite's Big Hole

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Construction of a keelboat cost from $2,000 to $3,000 each when ... They were rib-made boats, shaped like the hull of a steamboat and decked over. They were  ...

Keelboat | Define Keelboat at Dictionary.com

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Keelboat definition, a roughly built, shallow freight boat, having a keel to permit sailing ... People invent new words all the time, but which ones actually make it?

Flatboats and Keelboats – FREE Flatboats and Keelboats ...

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The steamboat actually made it easier for the farmer or merchant to use the flatboat to ... Generally longer than the flatboat, the keelboat carried a sail on top of its ...

HISTORY OF BOATS AND SHIPS

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Boats of all these kinds have been made by technologically primitive ... This consists of a keel to which a ribbed frame is attached - much as animal ribs curve  ...

THE KEELBOAT AND FLATBOAT - TNGenWeb

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Flatboat and keelboat journeys required a considerable amount of time to ... were at first only from four to six feet in width, but soon were made much larger.

What Kind of Boats Did the Expedition Use? - Lewis & Clark Online ...

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pirogue made from holowed out cottonwood tree ... Built in Pittsburgh, the keel boat traveled down the Ohio River until reaching the Mississippi River and ...

Viking Ships - Rosala Viking Centre

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The reason why the Scandinavians were so superior at sea was that they invented the keel. Boats with a keel could not only be rowed, but sailed as well. Thanks ...

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Flagship: Keelboat, Barge or Boat | Discovering Lewis & Clark ®

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In fact, the term "keel boat"–spelled either as two words or one–appears but ... The hull was pointed at both bow and stern, which made for steadier control in the ...

Keelboat - Lewis and Clark

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So it is with the tale of the keelboat that was used to descend the Ohio River from .... first made practical by John Watt's patented claims of 1769, has been given ...

55 foot Keelboat - The Lewis and Clark Trail

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he main Ohio and Missouri River transportation that the Corps used was a 55 foot Keelboat, which could be sailed, rowed, poled like a raft, or towed from the ...