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Canoe routes of the voyageurs

Eric W. Morse

Canoe routes of the voyageurs

the geography and logistics of the Canadian fur trade

by Eric W. Morse

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Published by s.n. in [Canada? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Northwest, Canadian,
  • Canada.
    • Subjects:
    • Fur trade -- Canada.,
    • Waterways.,
    • Canoes and canoeing -- Canada.,
    • Northwest, Canadian -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesVoyageurs" highway.
      Statementby Eric W. Morse.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1060 .M74
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40 p. :
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5528195M
      LC Control Number67002445
      OCLC/WorldCa1265725

      Voyageurs National Park offers a wide range of route options from very easy to very difficult–great for family trips. TYPE OF TRAVEL/DISTANCE: Voyageurs National Park is still very wild, but also one of our more accessible adventures. ““The Best Way To See Voyageur’s National Park”,,,,, Bill has lived in the area most of his life and is extremely knowledgeable about the park and it’s history. Touring with Bill .

      Paperback. Condition: Near Fine. "Before road or rail, the canoe routes followed by the voyageurs formed a transport and supply system crossing a continent and covering more than a million square miles. Veteran wilderness traveller Eric Morse retraces these routes." pages, b/w illustrations, Size: 6 x 8 3/4 ". Seller Inventory # Canoe camping (also known as canoe touring, expedition canoeing, or canoe tripping) is a combination of canoeing, long-distance travel, and backpacking, canoe campers carry enough with them to travel and camp for several days, but do so via canoes or .

      The canoe routes outlined here are being re-developed and maintained by the Ontario Department of Lands and Forests, and provide a choice of travel through a wide range of water, forest and geological conditions" - from the Introduction. Locale: Northern Ontario--Canada. (Canada, Canoe Routes, Outdoor Life, Travel, Wilderness).   I was looking on information on old canoe routes of the voyageurs and I came upon this book. It tells the experiences of Olson, a famous naturalist of the 50's and 60's, and 5 of his friends, as they paddle three wood and canvas canoes down miles of Cited by: 4.


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Canoe routes of the voyageurs by Eric W. Morse Download PDF EPUB FB2

The voyageurs (French: [vwajaʒœʁ] (); lit. '"travelers"') were French Canadians who engaged in the transporting of furs by canoe during the fur trade emblematic meaning of the term applies to places (New France, including the Pays d'en Haut and the Pays des Illinois) and times (primarily in the 18th and early 19th centuries) where transportation of materials was mainly over long.

Another Book (Available through Richard from this site) is Toni Harding's French River - Canoeing the River Of the Stick-Wavers. I bought a copy and read through it as My GF and I did a trip along the French and Mattawa this spring.

The river nearly came alive with the voices of the Voyageurs as I followed the routes outlined in the book. French Canadians who guided and paddled the canoes of explorers and fur traders, the voyageurs were experts at traversing the treacherous rapids and dangerous open waters of the canoe routes from Quebec and Montreal to the regions bordering the Great Lakes and on Cited by: 5.

BWCA WILDERNESS CANOE AREA AND QUETICO PARK. Best Canoe Routes The canoe country wilderness of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Quetico Provincial Park contains thousands of lakes set aside exclusively for paddling. Covering over a million and a half acres alone, the BWCAW has endless canoe routes in the paddle only paradise.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Canoe Routes Of The Voyageurs. quote jwartman "originally the voyageur route took the namakan river from namakan lake to lac la croix. the voyageurs considered that river too dangerous (big rapids) and insisted on moving it to the loon river.

see the book fur trade canoe routes by eric w morse. he paddled with sig olson.". The North West Voyageurs Brigade historic trail includes the following segments: 1. The lakes, rivers and portage trails along the International Boundary between the United States and Canada from the western end of Grand Portage to Crane Lake, Minnesota.

The lakes, rivers and portage trails alo ng the canoe route around the northern side of File Size: 78KB. If you want a taste of the voyageur life, paddle with a group of friends in a fur trading canoe along the shores of Lake Superior.

This area is home to some of Ontario’s best provincial parks. These parks offer excellent canoe routes and most parks have route maps available at the parks themselves. Looking for even more canoe routes in Voyageurs National Park. This book covers more than 50 routes, from waterfalls to towering cliffs, and from fishing and camping spots to.

The voyageurs were a big part of the fur trade in North America. However, there is also an important geographic connection to consider. Voyageur Canoe Outfitters is conveniently located on the edge of the most beautiful, lake based and paddle only wilderness in the world.

Our location on Saganaga Lake and the Seagull River (BWCAW entry point #55), allows for a relaxed atmosphere prior to. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Morse, Eric W., Canoe routes of the voyageurs.

[Canada?: s.n., ] (OCoLC) The park service puts out a map "camping, houseboating, and day use sites" this lists all the campsites and gives a good idea of the area. Jim DuFresne has a book entitled Voyageurs National Park - water routes, foot pathes and ski trails (out-of-print) which gives good descriptions, but certain routes are old and unusable.

Voyageurs Adventures. The Canada–United States border meets Lake Superior near Grand Portage, here to Lake of the Woods the voyageurs' route went northwest across the 9 mile (14 km) long Grand Portage to avoid the falls and canyon of the Pigeon River, thence along the present international border west up the 50 miles (80 km) long Pigeon River and Arrow River to South Lake, and then across the   The Voyageur is the authoritative account of a unique and colorful group of men whose exploits, songs, and customs comprise an enduring legacy.

French Canadians who guided and paddled the canoes of explorers and fur traders, the voyageurs were experts at traversing the treacherous rapids and dangerous open waters of the canoe routes from Quebec and Montreal to the regions.

Book Description: Before road or rail, the canoe routes followed by voyageurs formed a transport and supply system crossing a continent and covering more than a million square miles. Eric Morse retraces these routes, linking them to modern landmarks and roads, and draws a fascinating picture of the history, economics, and geography of the fur.

Voyageurs National Park is the less heralded but no less spectacular wilderness destination of northern Minnesota. With some of Minnesota’s largest lakes, we are able to operate multi-day canoe trips without the portaging associated with Boundary Waters trips.

Relive the early explorer experience aboard our sturdy Voyageur canoes. Get this from a library. Canoe routes of the voyageurs: the geography and logistics of the Canadian fur trade. [Eric W Morse]. Voyageurs National Park gets its name from a past when French Voyageurs traveled the lakes and rivers of the “border route” between Grand Portage and Lake Athabasca, but the history of the park is even fuller and richer than that colorful era.

Paleo-Indians first inhabited the area s years ago. The early voyageurs were adventurers who journeyed by canoe to trade with Indians for their abundance of furs. The most commonly traded fur was that of the beaver.

Today, the term 'voyageur', relates to anyone travelling for adventure and experience. In our region much of that travel continues to have strong links to the network of lakes.The Canoe is the definitive history of the construction and use of the canoe, kayak, dugout and umiak in North America.

The book covers the canoe’s origins among Native peoples, its quick adoption by European settlers, its development from a working vessel to a recreational craft.

BUY ON AMAZON. The Canoe: An Illustrated History.The "Voyageur Channel" marked on the topos is not the channel used by the Voyageurs. They used instead the "Old Voyageur Channel" (not marked on the topo), as discussed in Toni Harting's book. It was Eric Morse (Fur Trade Canoe Routes of Canada / Then and Now, University of Toronto Press, ) who located the correct route, using the old journals.