2 edition of Waterways of the United States found in the catalog.
Waterways of the United States
National Association of River and Harbor Contractors.
1961 in New York .
Written in English
|Statement||[Ed. by Harry O. Locker.|
|Contributions||Locher, Harry O.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
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§ (Suppl. 1 ). Contributor Names U.S. Congress (Author). Minar's All Rivers map is an in-depth look at waterways in the 48 contiguous states. He was inspired by Ben Fry's All Streets map, which similarly depicts all the roads in the U.S.
Beautifully illustrated book about America’s waterways. Pages are heavy—shiny photo quality. This was a library copy at one time and thus has characteristic tape, pockets, markings.
Also has a child’s name inside front cover. Spine shows some wear. Body of the book is sturdy and free of markings.
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INLAND NAVIGATION IN THE UNITED STATES. The United States stands at the brink of a watershed era where transportation planning tools will be of increased importance.
As a summarize, this system is comprised of o miles of navigable waterways that touch 38 states. Inthis system accommodated million tons of freight. Next is West Point, home of the United States Military Academy. And finally, it’s pdf one pdf only New York City, with the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Battery Park and the New York skyline.
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