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Map of the roads, canals and steam boat routes of the United States : with the distances from place to place carefully noticed ...

United States of America, 1834

United States of America, 1834

United States of America, 1834

United States of America, 1834

Map of the United States

United States of America, 1834

Map of the United States

Map of the United States

Survey for a ship canal to connect the Lakes Erie & Ontario, Lockport route

Survey for a ship canal to connect the Lakes Erie & Ontario, Lockport route

Survey for a ship canal to connect the Lakes Erie & Ontario, Lockport route

Map of New York exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads &c.

Map of New York exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads &c.

Map of New York exhibiting the post offices, post roads, canals, rail roads &c.

Plan[s] of Majr. Douglas's report on the drainage of a part of the city of Brooklyn.

Plan for the drainage of that part of the city of Brooklyn which empties its water into Gowanus Creek & Bay

Plan for the drainage of that part of the city of Brooklyn which empties its water into Gowanus Creek & Bay

Plan for the drainage of that part of the city of Brooklyn which empties its water into Gowanus Creek & Bay

Canal at Lewistown.

Canal near Winter Park, Florida.

Canal near Winter Park, Florida.

The Delaware and Hudson Canal at the Narrows on the Lackawaxen.

Canal at Lewistown.

View on the Pennsylvania Canal from Rockwell’s Station on the Pa. R. R., looking east.

View on Pa. C. R. R.

Canal, Great Falls, N.H.

Aqueduct, at High Falls, N.Y.

Elevator A. C.M. & St. P.R.R.

Elevator A. C.M. & St. P.R.R.

Aqueduct, at High Falls, N.Y.

The aqueduct, at High Falls, N.Y.

Canal at Lewistown.

View on the Pennsylvania Canal from Rockwell’s Station on the Pa. R. R., looking east.

Canal in the southern Part of Florida.

Canal at Lewistown.

View on the Pennsylvania Canal from Rockwell’s Station on the Pa. R. R., looking east.

The aqueduct, at High Falls, N.Y.

Long Bridge, Potomac River, Washington, D.C.

Canal, Great Falls, N.H.

The Delaware and Hudson Canal at the Narrows on the Lackawaxen.

Canal in the southern Part of Florida.

View on Pa. C. R. R.

View on the Pennsylvania Canal from Rockwell’s Station on the Pa. R. R., looking east.

Canal at Lewistown.

Canal at Lewistown.

Long Bridge, Potomac River, Washington, D.C.

Canal, Drawbridge and Collector's Office, Appleton.

Canal, Drawbridge and Collector's Office, Appleton.

[View of an elevator, with ships moored at levee.]

The Delaware and Hudson Canal, looking south-west from Lock No. 21.

[Workers at the locks, Keokuk,Iowa.]

Reflection of Bridge in Canal.

[View of an elevator, with ships moored at levee.]

[Workers at the locks, Keokuk,Iowa.]

Reflection of Bridge in Canal.

The Delaware and Hudson Canal from Lock, looking north.

[Workers at the canal locks, Keokuk, Iowa.]

The Delaware and Hudson Canal from Lock, looking north.

[Workers at the canal locks, Keokuk, Iowa.]

The Delaware and Hudson Canal, looking south-west from Lock No. 21.

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

Canals, 1874

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