Catalog Record: The industrial canal and inner harbor of New Orleans. History, description and economic aspects of giant facility created to encourage industrial expansion and develop commerce | HathiTrust Digital Library

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The industrial canal and inner harbor of New Orleans.
History, description and economic aspects of giant facility created to encourage industrial expansion and develop commerce.
By Thomas Ewing Dabney. Pub. by Board of commissioners of the port of New Orleans, May, 1921.

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Main Author: Dabney, Thomas Ewing.
Language(s): English
Published: [New Orleans? 1921]
Subjects: Harbors > Harbors / Louisiana > Harbors / Louisiana / New Orleans.
Canals > Canals / Louisiana.
Note: "Comparison of distances by water routes between New Orleans and New York to principal ports of the world. (Distances in nautical miles, supplied by Hydrographic office, Navy department; land routes in statute miles supplied by War department)": p. 79.
"Comparison of distances by and between New Orleans and New York and principal cities. (Distances in statute miles, furnished by War department)": p. 78.
Physical Description: 80 p. incl. illus., ports., tables. 21 cm.
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