Brigard Fact #50

River ferries are vital for transporting goods to areas without access to railroads. The boats used for this purpose are very wide with flat hulls and a series of canvas roofs to keep the goods out of the elements. Because of the general fear of sailing, the job isn’t a popular one. Most ferrymen are the sorts of people who would rather stay out of society anyway.

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