sternwheeler


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a paddle steamer having the paddle wheel in the stern

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The Castle Dome Mines Museum in Yuma is an authentic recreation of life out west in the late1800s The Colorado King Sternwheeler which sails the Colorado River
with ASABE friends aboard an authentic sternwheeler for a tour of the Mississippi River.
You can bone up on Alberta wildlife, from bison to bears, cougar and caribou, at Calgary's world renowned zoo or wind back time at Heritage Park with a glimpse at the pioneering past, including a steam train or sternwheeler ride.
You can bone up on wildlife from bison to bears, cougar to caribou, at Calgary's renowned zoo or wind back time at Heritage Park with a glimpse at the pioneering past, including a steam train or sternwheeler ride.
You can bone up on Alberta wildlife, from bison to bears, cougar and caribou, at Calgary's world-renowned zoo or wind back time at Heritage Park with a glimpse at the pioneering past, including a steam train or sternwheeler ride.
In 1937, the sternwheeler 'Keno' made 39 round trips from Mayo to the Yukon River and transported about 8150 t, second only to the 10,800 t moved in 1922.
Our opening reception will be aboard the Keystone Belle, a sternwheeler that will ply the three rivers for an evening cruise.
An unusual activity book, this inviting volume draws on Mark Twain's most popular scenarios for creative ideas that range from making a Mississippi sternwheeler to cooking Missouri-fried corn pone.
The event will begin on Thursday with golf, and an evening social aboard the Sternwheeler Columbia Gorge.
In downtime, convention-goers can visit the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center and IMAX Theater, board the Cotton Blossom sternwheeler for an excursion up the Mobile River, or be awed by a collection of Mardi Gras queen robes in the Museum of Mobile.
Near Parkersburg, visitors can learn about the history of Blennerhassett Island in the Ohio River before going there aboard a sternwheeler.
A sudden nighttime storm, a modified sternwheeler, and the 16' x 60' Mayflower sank in minutes.
All project team members, elected officials, executive team members, and their families were invited to a sternwheeler river cruise dinner on the Willamette River.
Rather than opulent passenger vessels, Ross launched boats like the 87-foot sternwheeler Nipawin and the screw steamer Sam Brisbin to connect outlying lumbering and mining operations with the railhead at The Pas.
Dixie II, which is the largest, most sophisticated sternwheeler ever to cruise Lake Tahoe.