Catalog Record: Chesapeake & Ohio Canal national historical park, general plan, environmental assessment (EA) (1975) B1; General plan (1976) B2; Great Falls Park, draft assessment of alternatives (1978) B3; Stabilization of Paw Paw Tunnel portals (1979) B4; Seneca to Cumberland section, interpretive prospectus (1979) B5; Statement for management B6; Revised statement for management (1979) B7; Great Falls Park, assessment of alternatives (1979) B8; Land acqisition plan B9; Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Cumberland, North Branch, environmental assessment (EA | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Chesapeake & Ohio Canal national historical park, general plan, environmental assessment (EA) (1975) B1; General plan (1976) B2; Great Falls Park, draft assessment of alternatives (1978) B3; Stabilization of Paw Paw Tunnel portals (1979) B4; Seneca to Cumberland section, interpretive prospectus (1979) B5; Statement for management B6; Revised statement for management (1979) B7; Great Falls Park, assessment of alternatives (1979) B8; Land acqisition plan B9; Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, Cumberland, North Branch, environmental assessment (EA).

Language(s): English
Published: 1980.
Physical Description: Volumes held: B10
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