- Dutch trekschuit; trekken to draw + schuit a boat. Compare trackscout. (Wiktionary)
“American, in their country, can find a diversion well worth considering by setting aside a few days from the usual routine, and entering the life of these good folk, far enough to take a trip or two in a treckschuyt on the canals that form such an important factor of their transportation system.”
“If the American traveler can make a treckschuyt voyage in the right spirit, he can have a pleasurable and valuable experience, and he will be thankful for the suggestion here given.”
“From here, take a treckschuyt ride to Bruges, and another to Ghent and anywhere else, as fancy dictates.”
“The one thing to be thought of is the going from one place to another by treckschuyt.”
“Landing at Antwerp, for example, one could not do better than to take a treckschuyt excursion at once, before the bloom of anticipation has been rubbed off by the friction of much sight-seeing.”
“_treckschuyt_, -- have wrought their patient tasks in the dim caverns of the Indian Archipelago, -- have yielded to the little builders under water means and implements to rear their towering altar, dwelling, monument.”
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