This canoe was given to me. I don’t have any oral history on it. All I can say is that it is a dugout, 13’ long and 29” wide. It appears to have been well built. It is fair, symmetrical, and lacks tool marks. There are gauge plugs in the hull to give reference for carving the interior to a consistent thickness. I don’t know if it was a trappers canoe, a hunting canoe, or what it’s purpose was. There is a single thwart amidships, and marks in the stern where a seat board may have been wedged. There are also steel stem bands. Any ideas, folks??