The History of steamboat
In 1769, the Scotsman name James Watt patented an improved version of the steam engine that ushered in the Industrial Revolution.The era of the steamboat began in America in 1787 when John Fitch (1743-1798) made the first successful trial of a forty-five-foot steamboat on the Delaware River on August 22, 1787, in the presence of members of the Constitutional Convention.Robert Fulton is the Inventor of the steamboats.
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history of steamboat IN NORTH DAKOTA.
In the upper midwest, steamboats are most often thought to have existed solely on the Mississippi and the Missouri rivers. The Red River, however, also had steamboats. The driving force behind steamboating on the Red River was Sir George Simpson, the governor of the Hudson's Bay Company. Simpson wanted to reduce shipping charges for goods transported between Winnipeg Manitoba, and St. Paul, Minnesota.Steaming into Fort Garry in April 1871, the Selkirk stirred the competitive spirit of the Hudson Bay Company which immediately put the International back into full-time freight service.In the spring of 1872, Hill ostensibly sold his steamboat to the Hudson Bay Company. In reality, Hill and the Company formed the Red River Transportation Line and placed both the International and the Selkirk under the management of "Commodore" Norman Kittson.
Steamboat Park Bismarck North Dakota
The Advantages and Disadvantages
The ADVANTAGES is
-The steamboat go to a faster then other boats.
-go though big bodies of without work to move with the wind or the water.
The DisADAnTages is
THe Impact in NoRth DAKota
-People come to North dakota
- culture from settler scoped NOrth DaKoTA