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Unformatted text preview: The Invention and
Development of the
First Boats Introduction
ÄImpact on Trade
ÄAddition of the Sails Significance
ÄCuriosity ÄResource Acquisition
ÄFood - Fishing ÄSocialization
ÄTools First Boats
ÄFirst Waterborne Vessels
ÄMagdalene Period (16,000-10,000 B.C.) ÄMaterials
ÄDeer Skin, Antlers, Wood Improvements
ÄMade by Carving Out a Tree.
ÄFirst Known Dugout Was in 6300 B.C.
ÄFound in Pesee Netherlands Trade
ÄUse of Boats to Aid in Trade
ÄDates Back to 4000 B.C. ÄTraders Met on a Small Island
ÄServe As a Safe Zone
ÄAccessible Only by Boat
ÄAvoid Ambushes. ÄPaved the Development
ÄUse of Boat As Aid to Trading. The Sail
ÄInvention Credited to Egyptians.
ÄDates Back to 3500 B.C. ÄNile River
ÄBlows South ÄCurrent
ÄFlows North ÄIdeal Condition Sources
ÄThe Story of Sail
ÄG.S. Laird Clows ÄConway’s History of the Ship
ÄThe Earliest Ships
ÄConway ÄHistory of the Sailing Ship
ÄAcro publishing co.. ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EGN 2031 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of South Florida.
- Summer '08