Nestled between the Adirondacks of New York and Vermont’s Green Mountains, Lake Champlain offers 120 miles of tranquil beauty with a rich, bustling history. Picturesque waterfront communities established in the 18th century recall the era when the Champlain Valley’s natural resources―iron, lumber, granite, marble, and potash―were shipped to distant ports on lake sloops and schooners. By the early 19th century, Lake Champlain was connected with the canals of New York and Quebec, and the resulting economic boom lasted for 100 years. Apples, hay, bricks, and finished goods were shipped on thousands of workaday canal boats that were also floating family homes. Massive steamboats carried travelers and tourists drawn to the fresh country air, and lakefront camps sprang up everywhere. Automobiles traveled over Lake Champlain on ferries and bridges. Through stunning historical images from the archives of Lake Champlain Maritime Museum and other regional collections, Lake Champlain tells the story of this busy commercial corridor and pastoral recreational destination.
This old USGS topographical map is a composite we made from 6 separate USGS topographical maps. We stitched the maps together to make one large wall map. The old topo maps show every road and all principal buildings, as well as lakes, rivers, railroads and elevations. Original size: 24" x 32" Printed on high quality bond paper. Please choose carefully as maps are not returnable.
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Premium quality poker size playing cards, printed right in America! 52 cards plus jokers included, with a tuck box for storage. Printed on heavy stock paper using a high-end digital printing press guarantees: color accuracy, durable imaging, and the highest print resolution available. This print is 100% Made in America. We use only fine art inks, which are resistant to fading at least 75 years, museum-quality archival quality, with acid-free pigment to ensure the print doesn't discolor over time. Lantern Press is a dynamic art company that specializes in the world's leading imagery. Our collection includes original works created by our in-house art team, modern photography, home & office decor trends, antique maps, vintage posters, and everything in between. With an ever growing collection of world-renowned imagery, Lantern Press is a trendsetter known to decorate homes and major resorts - as well as the sets of commercials, films, and television shows. If you're seeking the perfect art to frame for your home or office, we're certain we have a piece you will connect with. Peruse our collection here at Amazon, featuring over 50,000 images available in multiple sizes and mediums. We'd also like to take this time to thank you if you've purchased from us before, or plan to today. You are supporting artists who care deeply about their art form, and a company that is proud to print these amazing images in America. Your support allows us to continue doing what we love - creating beautiful art.
A charming nautical chart "Grand Traverse Bay to Little Traverse Bay, Michigan". One of the many Lake Michigan charts from the archives of the US Coast Survey. Illustrated on the map are nautical features and major roads and cities along the shoreline. Included are insets of Traverse City, Harbor Springs and Petoskey, Michigan. Original map size 36" x 48" (Go to "Select Options" to see sizes offered) *** All text is legible on the larger prints but will be hard to read or illegible on the smaller prints.*** The small prints still make an attractive wall display. Printed on high quality bond paper with Canon ink and also available on canvas. Please choose carefully as maps are not returnable.
Coverage of both the U.S. and Canadian sides of the southern portion of Lake Huron. Detailed coverage of the St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, Detroit River, and the U.S. portion of Lake Erie through Buffalo. Also includes coverage of the Canadian portion of Lake Erie and the western side of Lake Ontario, including detailed coverage of Long Point Bay, Welland Canal, the Niagara River, and Toronto.
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VUS019R Covers: Detailed coverage of northern Lake Erie from Long Point Bay and Erie, PA to Buffalo, NY. Also includes detailed coverage of Lake Ontario, the Welland Canal, Erie Canal, Niagara River, Lake Simcoe, Cayuga and Seneca Lakes, Rideau River, the Trent-Severn Waterway, the Ottawa River to Gatineau, and the St. Lawrence Seaway to Montreal. Detailed coverage for both the US and Canadian waters.
Age range: 8 and up / Number of players: 2 to 4 / Play time: 30+ minutes
Manufacturer: Global Games Distribution
In the reign of Louis XIV, Pierre-Paul Riquet, Superintendent of the Army and a brilliant engineer, proposed the idea of a canal system using water from the Montagne Noire in the Massif Central. Between 1665 and his death in 1680, Riquet was completely anbsorbed by the planning, financing and construction of his canal system. Sections of it, including the Canal de Garonne, remained unfinished until the 19th century.You can relive the adventure of building the canal, section by section, between Grisolles and Valence d'Agen in the heart of the Tarn-et-Garonne. Each player is an engineer who must use their best workers to build the greatest length of the Arriala (cannal in the Occitan language of southern France). You can move all workers, but only those on your team will gain you fame points for completing sections. The placement of your workers when construction is completed is critical. Your aim is to have the most workers on a stretch of canal when it is completed. Ties are broken in favour of the player placed third. It is also possible to build locks to alter sections of the canal and create new ones. However, the number of points awarded depends on the length of the section: a lock may win you a majority, but at what price?Points can also be scored for building structures, though this sacrifices a worker (five maximum per player) for the rest of the game. What's more, your expertise also extends to cultivating the vines that make this region famous and will bring you valuable points when the game ends.
Can Be Easily Disassembled By Hand To Clean Inside And Out
Rated At 75 Gallons-Per-Minute. 36 Square Inches Of Open Air
1/8" Round Perforated Holes For Maximum Flow
This intake screen is designed for maximum flow, while filtering out debris that can clog pump impellers. If used below the 75 gallons-per-minute rating there will be ZERO flow restriction, which means maximum pressure and flow from your pump. Both ends of the screen have threaded PVC fittings. This means easy cleaning for maintenance because the screen can be cleaned from the inside out. Extremely sturdy and durable construction.
Tear Resistant Synthetic Paper (Hop-Syn) 5 PP Tree Friendly
From the south one side starts at Troy and details the Champlain Barge Canal to Whitehall, N.Y. The Reverse Side continues north thru the Narrows of Dresden past the Crown Point Bridge and north to north of Burlington, Vt. and Port Kent, N.Y. Information from 4 NOAA Charts 14782, 14783, 14784 and 14786. WGS84 / World Mercator Datum. 25" x 38"