|Object Name||Canoe, Dugout|
|Maker||Berry, Ernie and Paul ____|
|Used||Camp Greylock, Raquette Lake|
Dugout canoe. Point bow and square stern. Made of white pine. Crudely hewed and sawed.
L: 13' 1"B: 15"Wt: 142 lbs
Built by Ernest Berry and Paul _______, Raquette Lake, 1953
This narrow, rather crude dugout reportedly "sailed the lake daily" with the aid of outriggers, a statement borne out by P 8074 and P8072. There is a set of four screw holes in the bottom which may have held a mast step, and holes in the side, possibly for the outrigger.. Ernest Berry once owned Camp Fairview on Osprey Island in Raquette Lake. The surname of his fellow builder is not recorded.
|Notes||13' 1.5" X 15", 142 lbs.|
|Dimensions||W-1.25 L-13.125 feet|
|Other number||AM 2577, cat. 11|