These birch bark canoes are at the superb Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough, Ontario. [Canada] They display an unbelievable array of canoes at this museum. There is absolutely no place like it - well worth the visit.
Families learn history of a homegrown icon at Peterborough's Canadian Canoe Museum
Cedar-Rib Canoe (996.1.1) at The Canadian Canoe Museum. 4.88 metres (16 feet). Built with the cedar-rib construction method, patented in 1879 by John Stephenson. The 'planking' is made of tongue and groove cear-ribs, running from gunwale to gunwale and held in place by the gunwales, battens and keelson. Named t'Regina' in honour of Queen Elizabeth who in 1948 received the same model of canoe as a wedding present from the City of Peterborough https://www.canoemuseum.ca/node/454