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Artificial Waterways of the World by  A. Barton Hepburn - Hardcover - Revised - 1914 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.co.uk

Artificial Waterways of the World

by Hepburn, A. Barton

Condition: Very Good


New York: Macmillan. Very Good. 1914. Revised. Hardcover. New Revised and Enlarged Edition, November, 1914. (Janurary, 1909). Pp. xi, [3] 1-171, [6] four pages of which "contain advertisments of few of the Macmillan boos on kindred subjects." Illustrated. Contents: Foreword; The World's Canals; The Canal System of New York: (in brief) Inception, Develpment, 1867-1909, Competition, Improvements, Relation of Canals and Railways; The Panama Canal; Other Great American Canals; The Waterways Question and Conservation of Our Resources; Department of Internal Navigation. Appendix: Bibliography; Index. Some beginning seperation of text block (noted at pages 138) otherwise with solid binding. Short edge tear on the frontispiece. Very minor end and corner tip wear. Overall a handsome, solid copy. ; 8vo .



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