Hiawathas Highways Albert Fales

ISBN: 9781413442328

Published: July 1st 2004

Hardcover

144 pages


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Hiawathas Highways  by  Albert Fales

Hiawathas Highways by Albert Fales
July 1st 2004 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 144 pages | ISBN: 9781413442328 | 8.23 Mb

The Great Lakes and the surrounding waters such as rivers and bays have been a viable transportation medium for thousands of years. The native people were using these waters for their dugouts, rafts and canoes for uncharted centuries before the areaMoreThe Great Lakes and the surrounding waters such as rivers and bays have been a viable transportation medium for thousands of years. The native people were using these waters for their dugouts, rafts and canoes for uncharted centuries before the area was developed into a modern nations by those who came here from other lands. The recorded history of shipwrecks is long and rife with drowning, sunken ships and lost cargos.

From the first sailing ship that was launched and lost, to the huge freighters that have gone down in storms, the Great Lakes have shown no mercy to the souls who have gone out on their surface to get from one place to another or to move a cargo in an inexpensive and convenient way.

Boats have played a major role in the development of the United States and Canada in the Great Lakes region and some of those boats have been skippered by friends of mine and the stories of those persons have given me the material to write this book. Ocean captains have said they fear the storms on the



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