Dating old town canoes

Published: 01.10.2017

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The one on the left with the small Old Town is still being used today. Old Town was acquired by Johnson Outdoors in Sign In with Main Paddling Site.

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If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! An extensive photographic record will be sent to the Maine Historic Preservation Commission. Spruce and ash were the most common Old Town paddle woods in the s and s but maple, birds eye maple, and other woods were also listed in the catalogs over the years.

The company had its beginnings in , in buildings constructed in for a shoe business, and was incorporated in Baker, Old Town Canoe:

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White , the Grays were not canoe builders themselves, but were entrepreneurs who hired others to design and build their canoes. Get Involved Join Newsletter. One is quite a bit lighter weight than the other. The original plant buildings were abandoned after the company moved out, leaving empty buildings lined with asbestos that are difficult to sell.

    1. aleksandrmen - 03.10.2017 in 19:32

      White , the Grays were not canoe builders themselves, but were entrepreneurs who hired others to design and build their canoes.

      Sonic_Ics - 13.10.2017 in 21:55

      The right one in tan may be from the teens to the s.

      Roma_Burniev - 24.10.2017 in 01:19

      By , they became the first distributor of Johnson outboard motors. The grain of the wood on the lighter one also looks tighter.

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