This informative book tells the incredible story of how the Pride of the Susquehanna was first built and the amazing obstacles that were overcome to build this one-of-a-kind vessel.
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The Pride of the Susquehanna is a very unique craft, and this unique vessel would not be in existence if not for overcoming great odds and incredible challenges. Learn about the riverboat's humble origins as a copy of the rustic Millersburg ferry, an idea that blossomed into a two-story steel riverboat. Find out about the stormy night that washed the under-construction hull away and trapped it along the Market Street bridge. Relive the incredible story of a community coming together and making a dream a reality. This memoir traces the people, businesses, and events that made the impossible possible, and is written by the founder of the Riverboat Society himself, Mr. Michael Trephan.
This booklet is 12 pages long, full color, and is an 8" x 8" softcover. Historical pictures are sprinkled throughout, giving a detailed picture of the conception, construction, and first sailing of The Pride of the Susquehanna riverboat.
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