What Foods Were Popular In The Steam Boat Era?

Roasted Turkey on Black Ceramic Plate

In today’s time, there are a dozen kinds of food available in the market with different ways of cooking them. When you see beef today, you can think of several ways how to cook your beef, which is entirely different from a century ago. This is because of the market globalization that … Read more

Steamboats and the Industrial Revolution

We can never talk about the industrial revolution without ever mentioning steamboats. Indeed, steamboats and the industrial revolution are terms bound by the critical turn of events in the history of humanity. The creation of steam power and its application to water transport ushered the world to an era of massive cultural, … Read more

The Biggest Steamboat in the World

green trees in the surroundings, white American Queen Steamboat, calm river

The majestic American Queen, the world’s largest steamboat, is a gorgeous and elegant masterpiece of American innovation. The paddle steamer, built in 1995 as the third sister ship to the Mississippi Queen and Delta Queen, is a six-deck reproduction of a classic Mississippi steamboat that the Delta Queen Steamboat Company commissioned McDermott … Read more

Popular Women’s Fashions During the Steamboat Era

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For generations, the royal courts of Europe set the standards of fashion. When did this stop, and why? In the Americas, independence movements elevated the common people over the aristocrats, and working-class fashions celebrated that. In Europe, the slow rise of constitutions that challenged the absolute power of the monarchs resulted in … Read more

Best things to do at Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs ski resort, snowy mountains, several people skiing

Steamboat Springs is one of Colorado’s most famous resort towns, with various outdoor activities available all year. It’s in Routt County, in the state’s north-central region, not far from the Wyoming border to the north.  Steamboat Springs is known for its world-class skiing and is also popular with golfers, hikers, and other … Read more

Beautiful Places to Photograph in Mississippi

aerial shot of Mississippi River

Mississippi is a state that has a rich culture, from performing arts to blues music and American architecture and history; there are several picture-perfect possibilities in this state. The outdoor scene here is so diverse because you will be able to see serene nature parks and scenic byways. Mississippi may not seem … Read more

The History of Steam Boating in the US South

A picture of SS Savanna, the first steam-powered ship to cross the Atlantic Ocean in 1819

A steamboat is driven mainly by steam power and is typically used to drive propellers or paddlewheels. Steamboats may use the prefix designations like SS, SS, or S/S for “Screw Steamer” or PS for “Paddle Steamer,” but these were the most commonly used names for steamships. Before the invention of trains, automobiles, … Read more

Who was Mark Twain?

Mark Twain’s Portrait

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known by his pen name Mark Twain, was born in Florida, Missouri, United States, on 30th November 1835. He was an American writer, entrepreneur, lecturer, publisher, and humorist. The two of the major classics of the American literature of Twain include Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (often called The Great … Read more

What is a Steam Boat?

Early steamboats like these had limited space and facilities. 

As technology advances, we see different forms of transportation being improved as well such as boats. The earlier boats were quite unstable and didn’t have the engines like the modern ships have. Sea travel has become way safer now because of advancements in the form of design and mechanisms. Traditionally, Steamboats were … Read more