The North River Steamboat of Clermont

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Model cut-out sheets, Scale 1:200

The first commercially successful steamship of the paddle steamer design, North River Steamboat (later known as the Clermont), operated on the Hudson River (at that time often known as the North River) between New York and Albany. She was neither the first steamboat built nor even the first to be operated in scheduled service, but she was the start of the first long-lasting and financially successful steamboat business. She was created by the wealthy investor and politician Robert Livingston and inventor and entrepreneur Robert Fulton (1765-1815).

Author: Hubert Siegmund
2 sheets. Size of the model: L 24 x B 5 cm multicolored printing
Instruction with sketches and text 31 x 21,8 cm.

Degree of difficulty: difficult

Published by: Schreiber / Aue-Verlag


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