The Yellowstone
The Yellowstone in Peril, 1833
Steamboats didn't draw much water and had high structures above deck, making them extremely vulnerable to high winds.
Throw in a thunderstorm, choppy waters and unseen obstacles, and riverboating could be a dangerous undertaking.
$45 Individually
for a set of four:
(The Boatmen, the Yellowstone at Evening, The Omaha Westward, and the Yellowstone in Peril)
Call 1/800-731-0060
Image size 8 x 12
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