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Unformatted text preview: Introduction The Invention and
the First Boats Ø Significance
Ø First Boat
Ø Impact on Trade
Ø Addition of the Sails Significance
ØCuriosity Ø Resource Acquisition First Boats
Ø First Waterborne Vessels
ØMagdalene Period (16,000-10,000 B.C.) Ø Materials
ØDeer Skin, Antlers, Wood ØWood
ØFood - Fishing Ø Socialization
Ø Technical Inovations
Ø Dugout Boats
ØMade by Carving Out a Tree.
ØFirst Known Dugout Was in 6300 B.C.
ØFound in Pesee Netherlands Trade
Ø Use of Boats to Aid in Trade
ØDates Back to 4000 B.C. Ø Traders Met on a Small Island
ØServe As a Safe Zone
ØAccessible Only by Boat
ØAvoid Ambushes. Ø Paved the Development
ØUse of Boat As Aid to Trading. 1 The Sail Sources Ø Invention Credited to Egyptians.
ØDates Back to 3500 B.C. Ø Nile River
ØBlows South ØCurrent
ØFlows North ØIdeal Condition Ø The Story of Sail
ØG.S. Laird Clows Ø Conway’s History of the Ship
ØThe Earliest Ships
ØConway Ø History of the Sailing Ship
ØAcro publishing co.. 2 ...
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- Spring '09