History of the Main Dock

Dock 1

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Photo: Keewaydin Camp dock c.1904

The Quick and Dirty

That's it. Three logs. It was just south of the council ring.  It probably only served for 1904, the first year on Devil's Island, and maybe part of 1905. 

In 1904 the entire fleet consisted of birch-bark and Canadian cedar-plank canoes. Most were planks like the one shown. Canvas canoes would come later.

Photo: Keewaydin archives

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