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Inspired by the typefaces that adorned Lake Coeur d'Alene's old steamers
with their namesakes, Harrison is a type from the past, for the present.
For more than two decades, the steamer Harrison provided passengers with
one of the more picturesque routes along the lake. The steamer's service
ended when she caught fire while docked. Now, the remains of the ship are
located at what is called the “steamboat graveyard” off Three-Mile Point.
When the water is low, passersby can see part of the old ships sticking out
of the lake. They remind us of a time that defined Lake Coeur d'Alene, and
they help us recall a past that many have forgotten.