Report, on the origin and increase of the Paterson manufactories, and the intended diversion of their waters by the Morris Canal Company: also on post rail roads, as the means of cheap conveyance throughout New-Jersey, of bringing Susquehanna coal to the iron mines and forges, and to supply Paterson and New-York: also on a method of supplying the city of New-York with water from the Great Falls of the Passaic.
|Main Author:||Sullivan, John L. 1777-1865.|
Paterson [N.J.] Printed by Day & Burnett, at the Office of the Paterson Intelligencer, 1828.
Water rights > Water rights / New Jersey.
New Jersey > New Jersey / Economic conditions.
Passaic River (N.J.) > Passaic River (N.J.) / Water rights.
Morris Canal (N.J.)
Paterson (N.J.) > Paterson (N.J.) / Manufactures.
Signed (p. 60): Jno. L. Sullivan, acting as Civil Engineer to the Society for the establishment of Useful Manufactures in New-Jersey.
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