Just spent the last week at our local church camp teaching twelve campers how to paddle canoes. On the last day we do a river trip on the Tuscarawas river. We use a canoe livery for canoe rental and shuttle. Been doing this for a number of years and gotten to know the owners. They are usually in awe of the w/c canoe I bring for myself. This year the owner had rescued an unusual canoe from the burn pile. Someone wanted to get rid of it and was going to burn it so she spoke up for it. She asked if I could identify it. I had never seen anything quite like it so took some photos to post here. It's a skin on frame and seems to be quite well made and actually, other than dirt, is in pretty decent shape. I did not spot any damage to the wood. The canvas cover is rough and has a few repairable holes and rips. Here are the photos. Comments appreciated.