Item 8 - Ferries - Horse-powered.

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Ferries - Horse-powered.

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CA ON00239 F01411-S6-f3-8

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  • [Copied ca. 1990] (originally created [ca. 1910]) (Creation)
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    Roy Wagar

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  • 1 photographs : b&w ; 25.3 x 20.3 cm
  • 1 photograph : b&w negative ; 10 x 12.5 cm

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(fl. 1910s)

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One close up view of the ferry and one side view of the ferry with the horses on board.

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Copied from photos loaned to Queens Archives by Donald Hough.

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The ferry was powered by two horses and sponsored (owned?) by Napanee Council (or merchant group). It ran across Hay Bay between a south shore dock close to Hayburn Church and Huffman's Island, north side.It cut distance around the head of the bay into half, and was hoped to keep trade in Napanee away from Kingston. It ran for a few years and was operated by Roy Wagar and Adam Howitson.

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Description created 8/29/2002.

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  • Folder: V23 Boa-Fer-8