Rogue River boat built by Glen Sr.
This Rogue River boat was buily by Glen Wooldridge Sr. in the late 1930's and is on display at the Rand Ranger Station, which serves as a visitor center and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. (Located in the Siskiyou National Forest.) The boat was built out of redwood strips and has a small transom that was typical of Rogue River boats in the 1920's through the 1950's.
To learn more about the fascinating history of Glen Wooldridge Sr. check out the book A River to Run. Just click the "Store" button on our home page.
This book is full of exciting stories about Glen Sr., with over 180 photos showing an earlier era of exploration and adventure before people relied on the internet and cell phones.
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Added on 03/14/2014by Wooldridge Boats
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