Notes on the Dismal Swamp Canal : Arranged on the occasion of the Fall Meeting of the Steamship Historical Society of America at the Mariners' Museum,Newport News, Virginia, October 29, 1949

By: BROWN, Alexander Crosby American Neptune Tiller

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BROWN, Alexander Crosby. Notes on the Dismal Swamp Canal : Arranged on the occasion of the Fall Meeting of the Steamship Historical Society of Americaat the Mariners' Museum, Newport News, Virginia, October 29, 1949. Newport News, VA: Steamship Historical Society of America, 1949. Pp. leaves [1]-4. 4to, stapled typescript. Notes extracted from articles in The American Nep tune and The Tiller. "The Dismal Swamp Ship Canal connecting Chesapeake Bayand Albemarle Sound is undoubtedly the oldest surviving artificial waterwa y ion the United States. Although today it is merely one link in the chain of canals which skirt the Atlantic Seaboard and comprise the Intracoastal Waterway system, it was the first to be forged and its importance has not diminished with the years." - from the first page. Vg. 10.00

Title: Notes on the Dismal Swamp Canal : Arranged on the occasion of the Fall Meeting of the Steamship Historical Society of America at the Mariners' Museum,Newport News, Virginia, October 29, 1949

Author Name: BROWN, Alexander Crosby American Neptune Tiller

Categories: 65,

Publisher: Steamship Historical Society of America, Newport News, VA, 1949,:

Seller ID: 76923

Keywords: NAUTICAL UNITED STATES CANALS MERCANTILE STEAMSHIPS CHESAPEAKE BAY ,