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The Wampanoag (a Native American tribe) felled canoe trees by packing mud around the trunk and building a fire around the base.  The mud would prevent the upper portion of the trunk from burning while the lower portion was consumed.  Eventually, the tree would fall.  
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Construcción de Canoas
Asociación General

Recreación


Destreza: 3
Año de introducción: Desconocido



1. ¿Qué árboles en su área se utilizan para la construcción de canoas? Nombrarlos en su idioma. ¿Se consideran maderas blandas o duras?

2. ¿Qué árboles son utilizados para la construcción de canoas, de maderas blandas o duras?

3. ¿Qué herramientas se utilizan para la construcción de las canoas?

4. Elegir un buen árbol para canoas de alrededor de 4 metros de longitud y observar la correcta tala del mismo. Explicar lo que pasó.

5. Describe how a log is prepared to build a canoe.

First the log is cut to the desired length and the bark is removed from the exterior.

6. With the help of others properly shape the outside of the canoe and hollow out the inside. Correctly smooth both surfaces inside and outside.

Building a sea-going dugout canoe 10 meters (33 ft) long

Before the appearance of metal tools, dugouts were hollowed-out using controlled fires. The burnt wood was then removed using an adze. Another method using tools is to chop out parallel notches across the interior span of the wood, then split out and remove the wood from between the notches. Once hollowed out, the interior is dressed and smoothed out with a knife or adze.

7. Assist in the making of paddles, seats, poles and fittings for the canoe.

Paddles

Paddles are typically carved from long wooden poles. The blade is made wide and thin, tapering out at the edges. The shaft is rounded, and is thicker than the blade to give it extra strength. The grip will be another wide, flat section and is parallel to the blade and fitted to the user's hand.

8. Assist in the construction of decking, outrigger, mast and sail if the canoe is of a double hull or outrigger type.

Decking

Not all dugouts were outfitted with decks, but when present, decking is placed at both ends of the canoe to keep breaking waves from filling the boat. They help the boat to shed water. Decks are flat pieces of wood connected to the edges of the canoe and can be lashed in place by boring holes in both the hull (near the upper edge) and the deck. Once the deck has been lashed in place, the holes are sealed with pitch.

9. Make a tree model of the type of canoe used in your district.

Choose a soft wood and shape the model as closely as you can to match your canoe. People will often carve a scale model before beginning to shape the log. The model can then be used as a reference.

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