Paddle steamer
A paddle steamer is a steamship or riverboat powered by a steam engine that drives paddle wheels to propel the craft through the water.In antiquity, paddle wheelers followed the development of poles, ...
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Schooner
Large schooner rigged yachts beat into a Force 6 breeze off Yarmouth IOW.
Paddle frigate
Steam frigates and the smaller steam corvettes were steam-powered warships.The first vessel that can be considered a steam warship was the Demologos, which was launched in 1815 for the United States N...
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Hyak (sternwheeler)
Hyak was a sternwheel steamboat that operated in British Columbia on the Columbia River from 1892 to 1906. Hyak should not be confused with the Puget Sound propeller-driven steamboat also named Hyak....
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J.D. Farrell (sternwheeler)
J.D. Farrell was a sternwheel steamer that operated on the Kootenay River in western Montana and southeastern British Columbia from 1898 to 1902.
J.D. Farrell was designed and built by Captain M.L...
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Royal Tar fire
The Royal Tar fire was a ship fire, in 1836, in which the passenger steamship Royal Tar caught fire and burned, while transporting a circus with its animals.
The Royal Tar was the first steamer on...
Olympian (sidewheeler)
The steamship Olympian operated from 1884 to about 1890 on the Columbia River, Puget Sound, and the Inside Passage of British Columbia and Alaska. Olympian and her near-sistership Alaskan were known ...
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SS Scotia (1847)
PS Scotia was a paddle steamer passenger vessel operated by the Chester and Holyhead Railway from 1847 to 1858, and the London and North Western Railway from 1859 to 1861.
She was built in Blackwa...
Lake Lucerne Navigation Company
The Schifffahrtsgesellschaft des Vierwaldstättersees or Lake Lucerne Navigation Company (commonly abbreviated to SGV) is a public Swiss company operating passenger ships and boats on Lake Lucerne. The...
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Leona (sternwheeler)
The steamship Leona operated from 1899 to 1912 on the Willamette River in the U.S. state of Oregon. This vessel was original launched under the name McMinnville in 1899, and should not be confused wi...
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CSS Grampus
CSS Grampus was a stern-wheel river steamer built in 1856 at McKeesport, Pennsylvania, for civilian employment. Taken by the Confederate Army in early 1862, she served as a scout boat and transport on...
Altona (sternwheeler)
The steamship Altona operated from 1890 to 1907 on the Willamette River in the U.S. state of Oregon. In 1907, she was transferred to Alaska.
Altona was built in 1890, at Portland, Oregon. She wa...
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Louise (steamship)
Louise was a sidewheel passenger steamer that operated on the Chesapeake Bay for 40 years.It operated from Pier 15 at Light Street in Baltimore, Maryland and served destinations including Tolchester ...
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Tall Stacks
Tall Stacks, formally known as the Tall Stacks Music, Arts, and Heritage Festival, is a festival held every three or four years in the Cincinnati, Ohio area, which celebrates the city's heritage of th...
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Marion (sternwheeler)
Marion was a small sternwheel steamboat that operated in several waterways in inland British Columbia from 1888 to 1901.
Marion was built at Golden, BC in 1888 for Frank P. Armstrong by Alexander ...
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Steamship Empire
The Steamship Empire was the second steamboat for the Troy Line, built in the United States in 1843, and captained by R. B. Macey. The paddle boxes were lettered "Empire of Troy", as the owners did no...
Shady Side (steamboat)
Shady Side was a steamboat that operated in New York Harbor and nearby areas starting in 1873.
Originally this vessel was owned by the Morrisiana Steamboat Company, and ran passengers to upper Man...
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Gay Head (steamboat)
The Gay Head was a sidewheel steamer operating as a ferry serving the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket during the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth. It was nam...
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Enterprise (1814)
The steamboat Enterprise, or Enterprize, demonstrated for the first time by her epic 2,200-mile voyage from New Orleans to Brownsville, Pennsylvania that steamboat commerce was practical on the Missi...
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