Catalog Record: Final report of consulting and directing engineer, June 29, 1929 | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Final report of consulting and directing engineer, June 29, 1929 / by Cornelius C. Vermeule, Jr.

Corporate Author: Morris Canal and Banking Company.
Related Names: Vermeule, Cornelius C. 1895-
Language(s): English
Published: Trenton, N. J. : Morris Canal and Banking Co., 1929.
Subjects: Morris Canal (N.J.)
Note: "The Morris Canal; an historical outline, 1822-1929": p. 49-67.
In 1924 the Legislature authorized the discontinuance of the canal, and the work of dismantling ws placed under the direction of the state Board of conservation and development acting as directors of the canal company. The work of reconstruction of dams, bridges, etc., along the course of the canal was completed in June, 1929.
The company was chartered pursuant to an act of Legislature of December 31, 1824, "to form an artificial navigation between the Passaic and Delaware rivers"; in accordance with this act the Morris canal was built and was maintained by the company until 1922, when it was acquired by the state.
At head of title: State of New Jersey. Morris Canal and Banking Company.
Physical Description: 80 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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