Photograph of Rawhead woods in Cheshire by Peter Clark. I really need to save up for a nice camera... :(

Jack Frost bites at Landscape Photographer of the Year competition with incredible picture of wintry scene

the colors. just yes peter clark, rawhead woods, cheshire, landscape photographer of the year trees, woodphotographed by Robert Fulton from Cumbernauld

August 17, 1807 - Robert Fulton's steamboat, Clermont, made its debut going UP the Hudson river, and contributing to America's industrial revolution. Who Made America? | Innovators | Robert Fulton

Robert Fulton, in 1807 invented the first commercially successful steamboat. The Clermont went from New York City to Albany miles up the Hudson River) in about 30 hours including an overnight stop.

Robert Fulton Birthplace in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

National Register of Historic Places listings in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

(Left to right): Robert Fulton shaking hands with the President, Jerry Cashion and Tom Kirkpatrick; Drummer John Bosworth, behind Taoiseach Seán Lemass; and Sandy Jones (15 Oct., 1963)  The U.S. Air Force Pipe Band are wearing Irish uniforms borrowed for the occasion from the Co. Tyrone Pipers' Band of New York City.

(Left to right): Robert Fulton shaking hands with the President, Jerry Cashion and Tom Kirkpatrick; Drummer John Bosworth, behind Taoiseach Seán Lemass; and Sandy Jones (15 Oct., 1963) The U.S. Air Force Pipe Band are wearing Irish uniforms borrowed for the occasion from the Co. Tyrone Pipers' Band of New York City.

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011 Winner: Winter Field, Stirlingshire, Scotland, by Robert Fulton, N Lanarkshire  (Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011 winners)

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2011 winner Richard Fulton, "Winter Field, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

The Most Astonishing Photos That Won Awards In 2014

The Most Astonishing Photos That Won Awards In 2014

Robert Fulton Steamboat Inventor

Who Invented the Steamboat?

Robert Fulton was an American engineer and inventor who is widely known for developing a commercially successful steamboat called Clermont.

This second grade leveled reader entitled "Robert Fulton - Steamboat Inventor" provides a brief history of Robert Fulton's life and his love for in...

Robert Fulton - Steamboat Inventor

This second grade leveled reader entitled "Robert Fulton - Steamboat Inventor" provides a brief history of Robert Fulton's life and his love for in.

Robert Fulton was an American engineer and inventor who is widely credited with developing the first commercially successful steamboat. He is also credited with inventing some of the world's earliest naval torpedoes for use by the British Navy.  (1765 - 1815)

Robert Fulton was an American engineer and inventor who is widely credited with developing the first commercially successful steamboat. He is also credited with inventing some of the world's earliest naval torpedoes for use by the British Navy.

This day in history;  February 11:  Robert Fulton patents the steamboat. (1809)

Significant Events of the American Industrial Revolution: Here is an image of the steamboat Clermont designed by Robert Fulton from the American Industrial Revolution.

Portrait engraving of Robert Fulton, steamboat innovator, born in PA

Benjamin West Portrait engraving of Robert Fulton, steamboat innovator , painting Authorized official website

Robert Fulton: Boy Craftsman

Robert Fulton: Boy Craftsman

At the Ceremonial Guard Mount, outside His Excellency the Gibraltar Governors Residence.

At the Ceremonial Guard Mount, outside His Excellency the Gibraltar Governors Residence.

Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan is a significant New York City cultural site. Originally built in 1698, it was destroyed in a fire and rebuilt in the 1840s and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Though quite a few notable figures, including inventor Robert Fulton and printer William Bradford, are buried there, the current star of the show is Alexander Hamilton. The resurgence of interest in Hamilton is largely due to Lin-Manuel Miranda's megahit Broadway musical…

The 9 Most-Visited Grave Sites in the World

Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan is a significant New York City cultural site. Originally built in 1698, it was destroyed in a fire and rebuilt in the 1840s and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Though quite a few notable figures, including inventor Robert Fulton and printer William Bradford, are buried there, the current star of the show is Alexander Hamilton. The resurgence of interest in Hamilton is largely due to Lin-Manuel Miranda's megahit Broadway musical…

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