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  • The Development of Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes
    The Development of Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes
    text  Pankhurst, J. F., The Development of Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes, "The Development of Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes," Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1893, 252-60     Chevalier De LaSalle and Father Hennepin, two French missionaries, have the historical honor of constructing the first white man's craft whose keel touched the waters of our Great Lakes.In 1678, they built a little schooner of ten tons burden on the present site of Kingston, Ontario, and ...
    text  Pankhurst, J. F., The Development of Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes, "The Development of Shipbuilding on the Great Lakes," Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1893, 252-60   Chevalier De LaSalle and Father Hennepin, two French missionaries, have the historical honor of constructing the first white man's craft whose keel touched the waters of our Great Lakes.In 1678, ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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