Some used the name packet boats for the Erie Canal. Others called them barges or keelboats.
They were barges.
The Erie Canal got its name from Lake Erie which is where the canal ended.
The name for the Erie Canal was Clinton's Ditch or Clinton's Folly.
The canal got its name from Lake Erie.
* Panama Canal * Suez Canal * Erie Canal
The another name for canal boat is BARGE
The Erie Canal, the Suez Canal, and the Panama Canal, to name three.
The Erie Canal.
this would be the Erie Canal
Erie canal or Panama canal or Suez canal
The Erie Canal.
Another name for an artificial waterway is a canal. Some well-known canals are the Panama Canal, the Erie Canal, and the Suez Canal.
"An old mule named Sal" - words from "The Erie Canal". "An old mule named Sal" - words from "The Erie Canal".
Unofficially it was originally referred to as "Clinton's big ditch"
Rochester is a city along the path of the Erie Canal. The Village of Rochesterville was formed in 1817, the year that the canal started. It had 700 people. Bu 1823, the population was 2,500 and they changed the name to Rochester. By 1830, Rochester was Flour City grinding 25,000 bushels of wheat daily. Then came the seed companies changing Rochester in 1850 from Flour City to Flower City. Rochester was in the right place to prosper from the Erie Canal. By the time that the Erie Canal was no longer a major transportation route, Rochester had attracted Kodak, Bausch & Lomb, and Western Union.
"Bad News" is the perfect name for a sail boat . WHY ? Simple ! BAD NEWS TRAVELS FAST ! Me Julie... Well this is what I'm going to call my boat. Whatever name YOU like the best is the BEST EVER.
the panama canal longest canal is in china, in western hemisphere its not the panama canal which is less than 100 miles, possibly the Erie canal at about 360 miles, st Lawrence seaway is at about 2500 miles (assuming you meant miles and not feet...) but its not just a canal
* The Trans-continental railroad. * The Erie Canal. * The steamboat on the Mississippi River.
The area of Welland is an area in Niagra in Ontario, Canada. The town is named after the Welland Canal, which stretches from the town to Lake Erie.
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panama canal ... most definitely not the panama canal which is less than 100 miles in length, Erie canal is somewhere around 360 miles, does not mean this is the longest, but it certainly is the longest that I am aware of St. Lawrence seaway is somewhere around 2500 miles long but is not just a canal, its a mixture of canal, lake, river, and others that im unsure of