Catalog Record: Railways versus water-courses the influence of railways on continental and inland traffic and their bearing upon the natural and artificial water-courses of the United States and the Dominion of Canada, including the question of canal enlargement and the further deepening of the channel between Quebec and Montreal for the purpose of attracting the western trade to the St. Lawrence route : a paper read before the Quebec Board of Trade by the president Jos. Shehyn, Esq., M.P.P., on the 20th November, 1883 | HathiTrust Digital Library

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Railways versus water-courses
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the influence of railways on continental and inland traffic and their bearing upon the natural and artificial water-courses of the United States and the Dominion of Canada, including the question of canal enlargement and the further deepening of the channel between Quebec and Montreal for the purpose of attracting the western trade to the St. Lawrence route : a paper read before the Quebec Board of Trade by the president Jos. Shehyn, Esq., M.P.P., on the 20th November, 1883.

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Main Author: Shehyn, Joseph, 1829-1918.
Language(s): English
Published: [Quebec? : s.n.], 1884
Subjects: Chemins de fer > Chemins de fer / États-Unis.
Chemins de fer > Chemins de fer / Canada.
Canaux > Canaux / Québec (Province).
Railroads > Railroads / United States.
Railroads > Railroads / Canada.
Canals > Canals / Quebec (Province).
Québec (Province) > Québec (Province) / Commerce.
Quebec (Province) > Quebec (Province) / Commerce.
Note: Tables.
ISBN: 0665442041
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