Juniatta and Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. :
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a report of the engineer, employed in exploring the country between Bedford and Cumberland with a view of uniting the Juniatta, by the route of the Juniatta and Wills Creek, with the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. : April 12, 1826. Read, and laid upon the table. April 15, 1826. Referred to the Committee on Roads and Canals.
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|Related Names:||Shriver, James 1794-1826., Macomb, Alexander 1782-1841., Barbour, James 1775-1842.|
Washington [D.C.] : Printed by Gales & Seaton, 1826.
Inland navigation /
Canals > Canals / Pennsylvania.
Juniata River (Pa.)
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"Report."--p. 6-13, signed: James Shriver, United States assistant civil engineer.
Letter from the Engineer Department, p. 5, signed: Alexr. Macomb, maj. gen. chief engineer.
Letter from the War Department, p. 3, signed: James Barbour.
At head of title: 19th Congress, 1st Session. [Doc. No. 158.] Ho. of Reps. War Dept.
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