Chieftain--Building a 15 ft Canoe

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  • Pub No.: 5107

by William D. Jackson

Canoes are customarily difficult to construct being made over special forms, and often, unless one has considerable skill, little success results from amateur construction of canoes, but "Chieftain" utilized a new and proven method of construction that allows this splendid little canoe to be built by any one with ordinary tools in a fraction of the time required for conventional canoes. In addition "Chieftain" has all sorts of desirable features such as extreme lightweight, easy paddling, cheapness and ease of construction. Last but not least this canoe may be built either as a double-end canoe or with changes, as a square stern outboard model canoe, adapting it to any purpose for hunting, fishing, or pleasure use imaginable.

8 pages, 1 plate(s)

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