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Did you know? The Erie Canal is the longest continuous canal in the world. The Erie canal was once hailed "the eighth wonder of the world." Experience all there is to know about the Erie Canal in New York State through our extensive library of books about the Erie Canal. WE USUALLY SHIP IMMEDIATELY (MONDAY-FRIDAY, EXCLUDING WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS). Please note: Any order requesting special shipping arrangements, additional handling fees may apply. Inquire at time of placing order. WE STOCK ON OUR SHELF MOST PARTS LISTED.

BoldtCastleInSearchOfTheLostStorybyPaulMalo.JPG Boldt Castle: In Search of the Lost Story by Paul Malo Boldt Castle: In Search of the Lost Story by Paul Malo Boldt Castle on the border of New York State and the Providence of Ontario, is one of America's largest houses. This landmark of the Thousand Islands has attracted millions of international visitors to the St Lawrence River. A tragic history dramitizes the four unique buildings open to the public, while underground folklore about the "true story" adds mystery. This first large book about the Boldts and their buildings reveals stunning new information, telling a "Lost Story" that revises the famous legend.

$19.95

CastlesandCottagesRiverRetreatsOfTheThousandIslandsbyGeorgeFischerandAnthonyMollica.JPG Castles & Cottages: River Retreats of The Thousand Islands by George Fischer & Anthony Mollica Jr [Hard Cover] Castles & Cottages: River Retreats of The Thousand Islands by George Fischer & Anthony Mollica Jr. [Hard Cover]

$19.95

NauticalGiftWrap.JPG GIFT WRAP SERVICE Add to your cart to have your item gift wrapped in holiday, birthday, anniversary, wedding, engagement, etc paper and gift tag attached - personalized to your instructions. Can be shipped to the recipient's address. If you have more than one, please specify. Please utilize the "other" box to specify type of wrapping paper and message. Or call and we will be happy to assist you over the phone!

$10.00

GreatLoopSideTripsRonandEvaStob.JPG Great Loop Side Trips 20 Cruising Adventures on Eastern North Americas Waterways by Ron & Eva Stob Great Loop Side Trips 20 Cruising Adventures on Eastern North Americas Waterways by Ron & Eva Stob Explore 20 of North America's most scenic rivers and canals: St Johns River; Potomac River; Patuxent River; Erie Canal; Little Triangle Loop; St Lawrence & Saguenay Rivers; North Channels North Shore; Wisconsin's Door Peninsula; Upper Mississippi River; Ohio River & Tributaries; Arkansas River; Cumberland River; Tennessee River; Upper Black Warrior River; Gulf Intracoastal waterway.

$19.95

GuideandCompanionToTheGreatCircleWaterwayIncludingToTheMexicanBorder.JPG Guide And Companion To The Great Circle Waterway: Including To The Mexican Border: "Around The Circle in 80 Days" Guide And Companion To The Great Circle Waterway: Including To The Mexican Border: "Around The Circle in 80 Days" Around the Circle in 80 Days, specifically the 6000-mile route known as The Great Circle-It's a voyage of adventure, natural wonder, people, and friendships, but also a voyage of discovery exploring the lore of the waterway-the events, places, commerce and ecology that shaped the culture and consciousness of this nation.

$34.95

ImagesOfAmericaGreaterSyracuse.jpg Images of America: Greater Syracuse A Twentieth-Century Album Onondaga Historical Association Images of America: Greater Syracuse A Twentieth-Century Album Onondaga Historical Association. The Syracuse area has always had its own distinct character, defined in early years by its salt manufacturing, and in later years by its railroads, architecture, diverse industry, and great sports moments. In the early 1900s, like many American communities, greater Syracuse was transformed by the arrival of the automobile, the influx of new immigrants, and the changes brought about by the widespread availability of electricity. This book compiles a photographic album depicting the Syracuse area's progress throughout the 1900s.

$18.99

ImagesofAmericaPerintonFairportandTheErieCanal.jpg Images of America: Perinton, Fairport, And The Erie Canal Images of America: Perinton, Fairport, And The Erie Canal. The opening of the Erie Canal in 1825 saw the rise of Western New York as the gateway to the West. The ease and economy of shipping by canal brought commerce and factories to many communities along the canal's route. Hundreds of rare photos included throughout the book.

$21.99

ImagesOfAmericaSyracuse.jpg Images of America: Syracuse Onondaga Historical Association Images of America: Syracuse Onondaga Historical Association. With Syracuse, readers can explore the architecture, lifestyles, landscapes, and transportation modes of this city from before the Civil War to the mid-1970s. Other intriguing discoveries include a series of views showcasing the lost mansions of James Street, images of the main line New York Central Railroad tracks that ran through the middle of downtown for one hundred years, and scenes of the former salt manufacturing industry which once defined Syracuse as it is still known today-"The Salt City." Over 200 photographs in this many have never been published before, have been drawn exclusive photograph archives maintained by the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA). Operating both as a public museum and research center, OHA serves as Syracuse and Onondaga County's primary historical agency.

$18.99

OnTheWaterNOAAChartGuidesDVD2012.JPG On The Water Chart Guides Cruising Guides & Electronic Charting 2012 8th Edition On The Water Chart Guides Cruising Guides & Electronic Charting 2012 8th Edition NOAA and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Over 3, 000 Electronic Charts for Marine Navigation. 170-plus Government Pubs, Reference Texts, and Nautical Calculators. Organized by region: -New England (214) charts, -New York, New Jersey, New York Canals, and Great Lakes (697 Charts), -Chesapeake & Delaware Bays (138 Charts), -Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) (199 Charts), -Florida Keys (78 Charts), -Gulf of Mexico (220 Charts), -Alaska (393 Charts), -West Coast (293 Charts), & Pacific & Caribbean Islands (U.S. Possessions) (147 Charts).

$39.95

SeaWayTrailLighthouses.JPG Seaway Trail: Lighthouses 4th Edition Seaway Trail: Lighthouses 4th Edition. The scenic Seaway Trail and its historic lighthouses on the trail, 504 miles in length, follows four major waterways in upstate New York and Pennsylvania-Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. The Seaway Trail, already America's longest designated National Recreation Trail for mixed travel uses, became one of America's Byways in September 1996. The Seaway Trail is suitable for driving, motorcoach touring, bicycling, and pleasure boating. Conveniently accessible to the New York State Canal Recreastionway system, boaters can reach and explore the Seaway Trail from any of the Great Lakes as well as from New York City and Montreal.

$5.95

SentinelsInTheStreamLighthousesOfTheStLawrence.JPG Sentinels in the Stream: Lighthouses of the St. Lawrence River Sentinels in the Stream: Lighthouses of the St. Lawrence River. Sentinels in the Stream, highlights the rugged beauty of the river and its lighthouses, on the shores, shoals and islands of upstate New York and Ontario and Quebec. Each lighthouse is profiled with its unique history, architectural highlights, and stories of shipwrecks and rescues. This book features forty-three exceptional lights of the St. Lawrence River, from the charming Thousand Islands to the breathtaking Gulf of St. Lawrence.

$19.95

ErieCanalExploringNewYorksGreatCanals.JPG The Erie Canal: Exploring New York's Great Canals; Includes Oswego, Cayuga-Seneca & Champlain Canals The Erie Canal: Exploring New York's Great Canals; Includes Oswego, Cayuga-Seneca & Champlain Canals. The story of the 363-Erie Canal, completed in 1825, is a tale of achieving the impossible. This first water link between the Atlantic seaboard and the Great Lakes was a marvel: it opened new vistas, changed lives, and forever changed New York State and the entire Nation. Today, the Erie Canal has been rediscovered, reenergized, and declared a National Heritage Corridor. It takes boaters, bikers, and walkers back in time to a slower, more reflective era even as it connects small New York towns with the waterways of the world. Each chapter details the area's history, lodging, restaurants, culture, recreation, and shopping with an emphasis on key historic sites, museums, attractions, and parks. As in all Great Destinations guides, this book has more than 100 photographs and many detailed maps help you plan a memorable trip.

$19.95

TheSailingAdventuresOfLaBoatiqueFromLakeErieToNewZealand.JPG The Sailing Adventures of La Boatique: From Lake Erie to New Zealand The Sailing Adventures of La Boatique: From Lake Erie to New Zealand. The journey begins along the southern shoreline of Lake Erie at Port Clinton, Ohio and end it in Opua, New Zealand. Sail away on an adventurous journey over fresh and salt water. Repair and replace broken and worn out items. Discover exotic tropical islands. Get to know the neighborhood of cruising sailors. Curb your appetite and stay slim with the seasickness diet. Enjoy a low budget yet comfortable lifestyle.

$19.95

TrailsWithTalesHistoryHikes.jpg Trails With Tales: History Hikes through the Capital Region, Saratoga, Berkshires, Catskills & Hudson Valley Trails With Tales: History Hikes through the Capital Region, Saratoga, Berkshires, Catskills & Hudson Valley. Thirty nature treks, selected for their natural, stand-alone beauty, are enhanced by tangible silhouettes of a fascinating past, from early Native Americans and Colonial settlers to the Industrial Revolution and Victorian-era grand hotels. Hikes to waterfalls, mountains, escarpments, lakes, sculpted rocks, ponds, rivers, islands, caves, balanced rocks, geysers, and deep gorges while visiting the sites of famous battles of the Revolutionary War, ghostly industrial ruins, a Moorish-style castle, views and vistas made world-famous by America's greatest painters, vanished Shaker communities, great estates of the "Gilded Age," a working lighthouse, and "New York's Mount Rushmore."

$17.95

VintageCanalsandWaterwaysofNortheastAmerica.jpg Vintage Canals & Waterways of Northeast America (DVD) Vintage Canals & Waterways of Northeast America (DVD). This DVD is about a dream trip through the little known waterways of North Eastern America. The boat is a 46' Cape Cod Picnic boat that was used in the movie 'Absence of Malice' staring Paul Newman and Sally Field. Absence of Malice was filmed off Miami in the early 1980's. The journey started following a route outlined as Paul Newman and Sally Field parted company at the end of the movie. When Sally asks Paul, "Where are you going?", Paul replies, "North east, up the waterway to the Hudson, you can go clear to Canada from there."

$15.99