An illustration of a canoe.

Canoe

An illustration of a canoe.

A typical indian dugout canoe

Dugout Canoe

A typical indian dugout canoe

Man canoeing on a small river.

Canoeing

Man canoeing on a small river.

An illustration of a woman and two children canoeing.

Family Canoeing

An illustration of a woman and two children canoeing.

Canoes.

Canoes

Canoes.

A canoe made out of a single piece of wood and carrying a square sail, employed for navigating the marshes and the branches of the mouth of the Ganges.

Doonga

A canoe made out of a single piece of wood and carrying a square sail, employed for navigating the marshes…

"Probably the precursor of the Oar, and still is substitute among barbarous nations, is a wooden implement, consisting of a wide flat blade with a short handle, by means of which the operator spoons the water towards him." — Chambers, 1881

Double Paddle

"Probably the precursor of the Oar, and still is substitute among barbarous nations, is a wooden implement,…

An illustration of a man and a dog traveling in a canoe.

Man and Dog in Canoe

An illustration of a man and a dog traveling in a canoe.

An illustration of a man canoeing down a river.

Man Canoeing

An illustration of a man canoeing down a river.

A Native American's face and two canoes in the background.

Native American Border

A Native American's face and two canoes in the background.

A native of Hispaniola in his canoe.

Natives

A native of Hispaniola in his canoe.

Natives of Hispaniola in a canoe.

Natives

Natives of Hispaniola in a canoe.

"Probably the precursor of the Oar, and still is substitute among barbarous nations, is a wooden implement, consisting of a wide flat blade with a short handle, by means of which the operator spoons the water towards him." — Chambers, 1881

Paddle

"Probably the precursor of the Oar, and still is substitute among barbarous nations, is a wooden implement,…

A small canoe shaped "boat" made of light materials and covered in reindeer skin. It is drawn by a single reindeer and it used to journeyover the snow in the winter. Usually about five feet long, one foot deep, and eighteen inches high. The rider sits up against the stern.

Lapland Pulk

A small canoe shaped "boat" made of light materials and covered in reindeer skin. It is drawn by a single…

Depicts people relaxing on a lake, canoeing, powerboting, and diving.

Lake Recreation

Depicts people relaxing on a lake, canoeing, powerboting, and diving.

A scene illustrating a young boy jumping off of a diving board into a river. In the distance there is a figure swimming downstream, a boy looking down from a cliff and a figure canoeing into the sunset.

Boy Diving into a River at Sunset

A scene illustrating a young boy jumping off of a diving board into a river. In the distance there is…

Man canoeing on a smill river.

Sailboat

Man canoeing on a smill river.

"Theses are at once distinguished by their elongated, spindle-shaped bodies, their branchial apertures placed on the sides of the neck, and their pectoral fins of the ordinary form and position. The symmetrical tail is large and fleshy, furnished with powerful fins, which render it a most efficient agent in progression; the nost is usually conical and pointed, the mouth large, and armed with most formidable, cutting teeth, and the upper surface of the head is frequently furnished with a pair of spiracles, although these apertures are often wanting." — Goodrich, 1859

Shark

"Theses are at once distinguished by their elongated, spindle-shaped bodies, their branchial apertures…