n.1.One who uses a canoe; one who travels in a canoe.
Cabins and clearing greeted the eye of the passing canoeman.
- Parkman.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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But any plans the canoeman may have to profit from his fake death scam could soon be halted.
William and Saskatchewan served the HBC at several posts, mostly in present day Alberta: 1792-1800, steersman and canoe builder at Buckingham House (near Elk Point); 1810-12, 1820-21, Master at Acton House (near present day Rocky Mountain House); 1812-13, Master at Little White Earth House (near present day Smoky Lake); 1814-20, Master and canoe builder at Edmonton House (Fort Edmonton); 1821-22 Master and canoeman at Rocky Mountain House; 1822-23 Master and canoeman at Edmonton House.
THE Daily Mirror's coverage of "canoeman" John Darwin's faked death and wife Anne's part in keeping him hidden was yesterday awarded a top prize for journalism.
Middling size, and the big shoulders and bad knees of a canoeman. Unlike an Indian, a complainer, wagging shoulders and eyebrows, but that was just the Frenchman in him.
During that adventurous summer, he met Albert Faille, an accomplished canoeman and solitary trapper who would probably have remained unknown but for Patterson's account of him in The Dangerous River.
He was an excellent bushman, canoeman, and poker player.
'Canoeman' John Darwin finds a new place to hide from the authorities
In addition, three Iroquois "boutes" (expert bowsmen or steersmen) made their way from Lachine: in Anderson's view, this was "an excellent idea of Sir George's, as such a thing as a good Canoeman is almost unknown in the North (p.