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What problems did workers other Erie canal have to solve?

fallen trees,swamps and also new york WAS NOT FLAT



What were the two main problems that workers had in digging the Erie Canal?

The two problems were that it took 8 years to build it and the workers did not have the kinds of machines we have today . They used picks and shovels. And the workers were paid about 80 cents a day to a dollar a day..


How did the Erie Canal help Chicago and Cleveland?

Many of the immigrants that traveled the Erie Canal ended up in cities like Cleveland and Chicago. Some of the workers of the Erie Canal also worked on canals in Ohio and the Illinois Michigan canal near Chicago.


What are the disadvantages of the Erie Canal?

The Erie Canal, had 1,000 deaths from its 50,000 workers. Some died from disease from swampy terrain, or careless use of gunpowder while blasting. Others died of drowning or canal collapses which buried workers under tons of rubble.


How did the Erie Canal get its name?

The Erie Canal got its name from Lake Erie which is where the canal ended.



Is true that the Erie Canal joined Lake Erie with the Ohio River?

No the Erie Canal did NOT join with the Ohio River. All of the Erie Canal is inside of New York state. The Erie & Ohio Canal, the Erie & Wabash Canal, and the Miami &Erie Canal all eventually connected to the Ohio River.


Was the Erie Canal cemented?

The Erie Canal was not cemented.


What lake did the Erie Canal join with?

The Erie Canal reached Lake Erie.


What did the Erie Canal connect?

The Erie canal connects Lake Erie to the Hudson River.


What countrydid one have of the workes on the eriel canal come from?

One half of the workers on the Erie Canal came from Ireland, specifically Northern Ireland.


What did the Erie Canal connected with?

The Erie Canal connected the Hudson River at Albany with Lake Erie.


When was the Erie Canal built?

Construction on the Erie Canal was from 1817 to 1825.


How long is the Erie Canal?

The Erie Canal is 363 miles long.


What state is the Erie Canal in?

The Erie Canal is in the state of New York.


When do they fill the Erie Canal?

They fill the Erie Canal on May 1.


How many aqueducts were on the Erie Canal?

There were 18 aqueducts on the Erie Canal.


Erie Canal connects to what body of water?

The Erie Canal connected the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Erie.


What did the Erie Canal connected Albany on the Hudson with?

The Erie Canal connected Albany with Lake Erie at Buffalo.


What lake was the location of the first canal built in the US?

Lake Erie. The canal was named the Erie Canal.


What is the significance of the Erie Canal?

The significance of the Erie Canal is that it helped settle the Midwest.


How many miles is the Erie Canal?

The Erie Canal is 363 miles long.


How wide was the Erie Canal?

The original Erie Canal was 40 feet wide.


How many miles was the Erie Canal?

The Erie canal was 365 miles long.


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