A history of the Erie Canal's construction and subsequent influence on American geography profiles the nation in the first quarter-century of the 1800s, demonstrating how the canal's creation impacted the industrial revolution and citing the contributions of such figures as Washington, Jefferson, and van Buren. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.

  • 19Th Century
  • Technology
  • Civil
  • State & Local

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