American Canoe Association
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The American Canoe Association is the oldest and largest paddle sports organization in the United States, promoting canoeing, kayaking, and rafting. The ACA sponsors more than seven hundred events each year, along with safety education, instructor certification, waterway conservation and public information campaigns. There are more than four thousand ACA certified canoe and kayak instructors.
- written works: "Introduction to Paddling", "Essentials of Kayak Touring"
- official website: www.americancanoe.org
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The American Canoe Association was formed at Lake George, N. Y., in 1880, and holds an annual meeting extending over a fortnight, the first week of which is devoted to camping out and cruising, and the second to racing. It associates the ...
Chambers's Encyclopaedia (1888)
A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge
the Field contains weekly reports ; the American Canoeist represents the American Canoe Association. ('anon, a word originally Greek, connected with kanna, a 'cane or reed,' and (like the Hebrew gdneh) signifying a straight staff used as a ...
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Each year the American Canoe Association holds a regatta in which there are many entries for the sailing races, and in these contests extraordinary gymnastic feats of balancing may be witnessed on the sliding outboard seats which are often ...
is the official organ ot the American Canoe Association. Carmansville, that part of the city on the west side between Manhattanville and Fort Washington, or between 135th and ...
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