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Steamboat Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Start today's puzzle and join us on a calm steamboat ride across a clear blue lake. If you didn't know, steamboats are propelled primarily by steam power, typically driving propellers or paddlewheels. The first steam-powered ship Pyroscaphe was a paddle steamer powered by a Newcomen steam engine; it was built in France in 1783. The era of the steamboat in the United States began in Philadelphia in 1787 when John Fitch (1743–1798) made the first successful trial of a 45-foot (14-meter) steamboat on the Delaware River.

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