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Digging Clinton's ditch: the impact of the Erie Canal on America, by Paul Martin Volpe. Thesis/dissertation: Document: Thesis/dissertation: eBook.


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Paul Volpe Thesis Proposal June 26, Digging Clinton's Ditch: The political, social and economic impact of the Erie Canal on 19th century America and.


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Published in Jacob Abbott's "Marco Paul's Voyages & Travels on the Erie Canal, " Questions. What materials were used in the building of the locks?


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The Erie Canal connects the Hudson River at Albany with Lake Erie at Buffalo. 5 W. Roberts, β€œThe Packet Boat,” from Jacob Abbott, Marco Paul's Voyages & Travels, Erie Canal 4tgallery.ru~MA02/volpe/canal/4tgallery.ru


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Lake Erie Canal, Law enforcement officers killed Laxalt, Paul, Legislative branch: bill (S. ) Volpe, John, Voter registration drives.


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Oral Traditions Teach Us About Their Communities and Cultures Lucianne Lavin Rosemary Volpe β€œFrom the Erie Canal to Long Island Sound: Technical Synthesis of the Iroquois Cassedy, Daniel F., Paul A. Webb, and James Bradley.


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This source was useful to the project because it shows immigrants who immigrated to the US to travel down the Erie Canal. This source is a broadside, or advertisement, made to advertise lands for sale along the Erie Canal. It is published by Buffalo History Works. Therefore, this source may be biased because it only contains facts which support the importance of the canal. This source was written to convince the general public and the government to enlarge the Erie Canal in order to farther benefit the United States. This source was written for an audience of students interested in studying water way transportation, or the general public. This source is an engraving of the aqueduct over the Genesee River. Hill, John William. This source was useful to the project because it explained details about the Erie Canal, the expansion of the Erie Canal, and how the railroads didnt immediately affect the use of the Erie Canal. This source is a map, that was originally published in a book. Generally, this source contains a description of the land for sale and why it is good to move West. Rutherfurd, John. Monroe County Library System. Map of Ohio. Certificate Collector. New York: N. This source is an overview of the important waterways from the oceans to the Great Lakes and how they help. This source is biased because it only has one perspective, that the Erie Canal would greatly benefit the United States, but it is still reliable. This is a map of the Louisiana Purchase. This source is primary because it was created soon after the creation of the Erie Canal, based off observations of the canal. This source is a map of Ohio in , which shows Ohio after the Land Act of This is a primary source because it was made in by a person living in Ohio. It was useful to the project because it shows the Lancaster Turnpike, the creation of which was a major event in Westward Expansion before the Erie Canal. This book includes a summary of the commerce of the Erie Canal, many statistics relating to the economic success of the Erie Canal, and a description of the importance of the Erie Canal. Erie Canal Aqueduct. Pierpont, Hez B. It was drawn in when the road was first opened, so it is a primary source. Ohio Historical Society. This source was useful to the project because it shows the Erie Canal in use. Barton wrote many letters and books reflecting on the success and economics of the Erie Canal and the Great Lakes. It was useful to the project because it shows how Ohio was divided up by the Land Act of , and how the Land Act encouraged the settlement of Ohio. This source is a picture of the Erie Canal. View on the Erie Canal. Munson, Mary. It was written by Hez B. This is an illustration of a toll on the Philadelphia Lancaster Turnpike. Albany: Brandow, This source is a map, which was originally published in a book. Ohio History Central. This source is a primary source because it was written based off Fultons direct observations of the canals in England, and based off his own calculations, to come to his own conclusions. It was painted by John William Hill in Therefore, it is a primary source because it is based off observations of the Erie Canal and made in the time period of the Erie Canal. Scribners Magazine History of the Erie Canal. This source is a letter, written from Robert Fulton to Governor Morris. It is a primary source because it was created in , by an artist observing the Erie Canal Aqueduct. It is a primary source because it was painted in based off observations of construction of the Erie Canal. This source was useful to the project because it showed how the Erie Canal encouraged people to move West. Clark was an engineer and author who built US railways and bridges. Erie Canal Time Machine. Pierpont, who was advertising this land. Erie Canal. It was written for an audience of people studying the importance of the Erie Canal.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Holmes, n. This source does not contain bias as it is an image. Lewis, Samuel. This source is biased because it is written to encourage people to move along the Erie Canal, so it only says good things about living there. New York: Harper and Brothers, Erie Canal Maps. This source was useful to the project because it contains useful statistics which showed exactly why the Erie Canal was important. New York Public Lib. Americas History NewsBank. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Buffalo: Seavers Power, Internet Archive. This source was useful to the project because it shows one of the aqueducts that was built to help solve engineering problems on the Erie Canal. This source is a primary source because it was written in about the success of the canal in , and it contains statistics and descriptions taken directly from observations of the canal. This source is a painting of immigrants who traveled along the Erie Canal to get to Buffalo. Map of the Canal, and Profile of the Canal. This source is a painting of the construction of the Erie Canal. By Noble E. This source was useful to the project because it shows the process of building the canal. This source is not biased because it mainly lists statistics, and has opinions from multiple perspectives. This source is a book, written by James L. This is a primary source because it was drawn in based off observations of the Louisiana Purchase. This advertisement was intended for people living in New York, to encourage them to move West, to live along the Erie Canal. Fulton, Robert, and Gouverneur Morris. Immigrants Travel the Erie. By Jacob Abbott. This source is a magazine article written by Thomas Curtis Clark. This source was useful to the project because it showed why a canal was necessary for the US, and also how Englands successful canal encouraged the building of the Erie Canal. This is a primary source because it was written in , before the canal was even completed, and it was written based off observations from the Erie Canal, not other sources. This source is a book, written by John Rutherford, who observed the Erie Canal and quantified its success. Big Apple History. It is a primary source because it was made in Buffalo in the late s after the creation of the Erie Canal. It was useful to the project because it shows the exact route of the Erie Canal through New York State, and the cities that it passed through. Hill, John W. Clarke, Thomas Curtis. It was useful to the project because it shows the canals that were built by New York State after the success of the Erie Canal. This source was written for an audience of Governor Morris, to encourage the building of the Erie Canal. Library of Congress. New York Canal Lands on Sale. Canal Workers. Water-ways from the Ocean to the Lakes. The Buffalo History Works. Generally, this source is a map of the Canal System of New York in It is a primary source as it was made in , based off observations of the canal system of New York State. Generally, this book contains maps, charts, and statistics about the success of the Erie Canal. Robert Fulton was. It was useful to the project because it shows the Louisiana Purchase, which was a major event in Westward Expansion before the Erie Canal, since it gave the United States land West of the Appalachian Mountains.