2 edition of Public documents concerning the Ohio canals found in the catalog.
Public documents concerning the Ohio canals
|Other titles||Civil engineer and herald of internal improvement|
|Statement||compiled by John Kilbourn|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 37731|
|Contributions||Kilbourn, John, 1787-1833|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||452, 28, 53 p.|
|Number of Pages||452|
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Excerpt from Public Documents, Concerning the Ohio Canals, Which Are to Connect Lake Erie With the Ohio River: Comprising a Complete Official History of These Great Works of Internal Improvement Mr.
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PUBLIC DOCUMENTS CONCERNING THE OHIO CANALS, which are to Connect Lake Erie with the Ohio River, Comprising a Complete Official History. Columbus, [OH]: Published by I.N. Whiting, Second edition. 8vo. 28, 53,  pp. Contemporary calf backed marbled boards, spine heavily worn, with loss to head of spine, joints worn down to stitching, spine.
Public documents concerning the Ohio canals, which are to connect lake Erie with the Ohio river, comprising a complete official history of these great works of internal improvement, from their commencement down to the close of the session of the legislature of Public documents concerning the Ohio canals which are to connect Lake Erie with the Ohio river: comprising a complete official history of these great works of internal improvement by Kilbourn, John, Pages: Internet Archive BookReader Public documents concerning the Ohio canals which are to connect Lake Erie with the Ohio river: comprising a complete official history of these great works of internal improvement.
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The Ohio room of the Barberton Library includes a bound collection of newspaper article relating to the Ohio & Erie Canal at the turn of the century.
There is also a vertical file tracing the history of the Ohio & Erie Canal Corridor. THE OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY (OHS) Velma Road.
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Click Here To Search Our Records. Using this search site does not require registration or an account. History & Hydraulics of Ohio's Canals Includes a brief history of the canal. Jones Lock, Ohio Canal Dover, Ohio A historical photo of the canal.
Lake Erie Wine Country A brief history of the canal begins on page 7; a description of the canal route begins on page 9 and continues on page 35; historical photos are on pa 12, 16, 17, 18, 24 and Public Info Directory is a website that provides free access to view all sorts of public data.
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Scheiber, Harry N. Ohio Canal Era (). At its peak, Ohio's canal system consisted of almost 1, miles of main line canals, feeders and side cuts. Located in forty-four of Ohio's eighty-eight counties, the canals touched the lives of all the state's citizens.
The Ohio and Erie Canal cost approximately ten thousand dollars per mile to complete, and the Miami and Erie Canal cost roughly twelve thousand dollars per mile to finish. The canals nearly bankrupted the state government, but they allowed Ohioans to prosper beginning in the s all the way to the Civil War.
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Ohio's Canal System. Ohio was only 21 years old when the legislature authorized funding for an Ohio Canal. This was not a spur of the moment decision. A commission had already conducted a study to see if it was even possible for a canal to cross the state.
The Warren County Canal was a spur of the Miami and Erie Canal to Lebanon, the county seat of Warren County, Ohio. The Ohio and Erie Canal in Following is a list of historic canals that were once used for transportation in Ohio.
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Children playing in the drained Miami-Erie canal bed circa s. The Ohio Department of Public Works eventually filled in the canal bed to build the Cincinnati Central Parkway (University of Cincinnati Archives and Rare Books Library).
The decline of Ohio’s canals has been attributed to state leasing for non-navigational purposes. A public discussion regarding the future of the O&E Canal began among politicians, railroad promoters, and business leaders.
Arguments against the canal ranged from the unsanitary condition of the stagnate canal water to the enormous value of the property and its potential as a railroad corridor through the Cuyahoga Valley.
The Ohio and Erie Canal was a canal constructed during the s and early s in connected Akron with the Cuyahoga River near its outlet on Lake Erie in Cleveland, and a few years later, with the Ohio River near also had connections to other canal systems in Pennsylvania.
The canal carried freight traffic from towhen the construction of Location: Independence and, Valley View. The Butler County Recorder's Office is not allowed to provide blank legal forms of deeds, mortgages, liens, or other real property documents.
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Click on one of the categories below to see related documents or use the. The Ohio & Erie Canal would go underneath the National Road at Hebron Ohio.
A small section of the original lock marks the location where Governor DeWitt Clinton of New York and Ohio Gov.
Jeremiah Morrow, turned the first shovel of earth, marking the beginning of construction of the Ohio & Erie Canal on July 4, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Hearings before the Subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, 85th Congress, 2d Session, on S.
77 and H.R.J July 1, 15, Aug. 13, 14, 15, 18, Washington: Government Printing Office, Inspired by the Erie Canal in New York, the State of Ohio began surveying routes in for its own grand internal improvement project.
Completed a decade later, the mile-long Ohio and Erie Canal connected Cleveland, Akron, Massillon, Dover, Roscoe, Newark, Columbus, Circleville, Chillicothe, Waverly, and : $ Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
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Ohio’s Grand Canal concisely details the entire history of the canal system. Author Terry K. Woods chronicles the events leading up to construction, as well as public opinion of the canal system, the modifications made to traditional boat designs, the leasing of the waterways to private companies, and the canals’ legal abandonment in There are some items concerning canals in other states and countries.
documents relating to canals. These materials were collected by the Canal Society of Ohio. The series is divided into the following subseries: Canal Society of Ohio Collection 8 3 Georgia, Augusta Canal, Brunswick & Altamaha Canal, circa s. Whitepages provides the top free people search and tenant screening tool online with contact information for over million people including cell phone numbers and complete background check data compiled from public records, white pages and other directories in all 50 states.
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Top Of Page. Back to Ohio's Historic Canals.Built from to the s, the Ohio canal system consisted of two main canals and many public and private branch canals, totaling nearly 1, miles of waterways with almost 30 different names (Canal Society of Ohio ; Gieck ).FERPA applies to public schools and state or local education agencies that receive Federal education funds, and it protects both paper and computerized records.
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