6 - Commerce and the Steamboat

(Part 2)

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Paddlewheelers in the Canadian Frontier

1861 Enterprise
The 1861 Canadian paddlewheeler Enterprise sits partially submerged after being rammed by the
R.P. Rithet near Victoria, British Columbia
[Photo: Maritime Museum of British Columbia]

1863 Enterprise
The third Canadian paddlewheel steamboat Enterprise was built in 1863 and sailed on the rapid-thorn Upper Fraser River for many years
[Litho: Maritime Museum of British Columbia]

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