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Title: The practicability and importance of a ship canal to connect the Atlantic & Pacific oceans. With a history of the enterprise from its first inception to the completion of the surveys. Including the instructions from F. M. Kelley, esq., to William Kennish, esq., civil engineer.--Report of Mr. Kenish's survey, with accompanying plates, and a paper upon the theory of the tides.--Confirmatory report of E. W. Serrell, esq., consulting engineer.--And an essay upon the importance of the canal in its relations to the commerce of the world.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2005
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Print source: The practicability and importance of a ship canal to connect the Atlantic & Pacific oceans. With a history of the enterprise from its first inception to the completion of the surveys. Including the instructions from F. M. Kelley, esq., to William Kennish, esq., civil engineer.--Report of Mr. Kenish's survey, with accompanying plates, and a paper upon the theory of the tides.--Confirmatory report of E. W. Serrell, esq., consulting engineer.--And an essay upon the importance of the canal in its relations to the commerce of the world.
New York: G. F. Nesbitt & co., printers, 1855.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/ajq2697.0001.001
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