7 edition of Discovering The C&O Canal found in the catalog.
March 1, 2003
by Schreiber Publishing, Inc.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||176|
Explore the man-made wonders of the C&O Canal, as well as natural beauty of spring along the Potomac River, guided by writer and local historian Garrett Peck. Highlights include the Monocacy Aqueduct, the canal town of Williamsport, the Paw Paw Tunnel, and an overnight stay in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, site of America’s first spa. Mike High's C&O Canal Companion is a hybrid of Hahn's and the NPS publication. Half of it is historical, the other half is a towpath guide. The towpath guide is not as detailed as Hahn's (nothing is!) and I've heard it suggested that this book makes a better biking guide and Hahn's is a better hiking guide.
The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal (C & O Canal) begins in Washington DC in Georgetown, where it was once used to transport goods to the nation's capital, and stretches miles to Cumberland, Maryland. Today, the canal is a national historic park and the towpath serves as a prime destination for outdoor recreation. Enjoy the following photos and get a glimpse of the C & O Canal. SHEPHERDSTOWN — What do we really know about the C&O Canal? Is it likely that secrets about the canal are waiting to be unearthed today? These and other questions are.
The C & O Canal is easily accessible from Georgetown and almost immediately gets you out of the city. The towpath allows for pedestrians, bicyclists, and runners. The canal intermittently has water in it; the towpath periodically has views of the Potomac/5(84). Hahn, Thomas F.: Towpath Guide To The C & O Canal Georgetown (Tidelock) to Cumberland. Sheperdstown, WV: American Canal and Transportation Center, Sixth Edition. Fine in heavy, printed, paper wraps over an adhesive binding. An octavo measuring 8 1/2 by 5 1/2 inches with black text on the spine and red and black text on the front panel.
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Out of 5 stars A good overview of the C&O Canal Reviewed in the United States on January 2, Based on reading half the book I'm giving it 4 stars - in Amazon's parlance "I like it" - /5(5).
out of 5 stars Discovering the C&O Canal. Aug Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase. This is a wonderful book that displays and describes the beauty of the C&O Tow Path.
I plan to ride it next summer and am looking forward to seeing in person all the beautiful sights portrayed in the book/5.
C&O Canal Official National Park Handbook: Official national park handbooks are a series of reasonably priced user guides that provide historical background, descriptive details, and visitor the C&O Canal Association published an update to the original which includes: – Revised text that includes recent research about the canal’s history.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Map on lining papers. Includes index. Description: pages: color illustrations, color maps ; 29 cm. For C&O Canal NHP, any event that takes place between Georgetown (Mile Marker 0) and the Monocacy Aqueduct (Mile Marker 42) requires a regional permit.
To obtain a Regional Office Permits Discovering The C&O Canal book and additional information, contact the NCA Park Programs Division office at () or visit the National Capital Area website.
Miles of Adventure. Preserving America's early transportation history, the C&O Canal began as a dream of passage to Western wealth. Operating for nearly years the canal was a lifeline for communities along the Potomac River as coal, lumber, and agricultural products floated down the waterway to market.
Discover the secrets of the C&O Canal My new book, Secrets of the C&O Canal: Hidden History and Little-Known Stories Along the Potomac River, is out. The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal was the great national project that failed to live up the dream in the 19th century. Trail Book – Twelfth Edition $ $ Read more.
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Sign Up Now. CONTACT US. Dual Highway Suite Hagerstown, MD You can discover an alternate starting point in the book. Other “secrets” of the canal include: Discovering the connection between the C&O Canal and the assassination of President John F.
Kennedy. Finding out how building the canal led to the creation of the U.S. Constitution. Discovering how the Johnstown Flood helped kill the canal. Canal Boat RegistersChesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Canal transcribed, researched, and compiled by William Bauman Transcribed by William Bauman REGISTERS ISSUED TO BOATS TO NAVIGATE THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO CANAL 4 October Web.
10 May MacCauley Library Cornell University 22 April Web. 25 May Discovering the C&O Canal, Rockville, Schreiber Publishing, March Sanderlin, Walter S. The Great National Project: A History of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press, Mile by mile guide for the C&O Canal from Georgetown to Pennsylvania.
Covers camping, hiking, biking, kayaking, birdwatching, fishing, rock climbing and more. • Discovering the connection between the C&O Canal and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. • Finding out how building the canal led to the creation of the U.S.
Constitution. • Discovering how the Johnstown, Pennsylvania, flood helped kill the canal. • Solving the mystery of two murders on the canal that never actually happened.
The Geology and Engineering Structures of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, written by William E. Davies, is an invaluable reference for students of the C&O Canal. The page book is a draft of a lifetime work by Davies, a noted geologist and expert on flooding.
Discovering D.C. While the District of Columbia encompasses a number of distinctive and vibrant districts, we've highlighted the following for their abundance of scrapbook-worthy sights, lip-smacking food places and eye-opening experiences/ The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, abbreviated as the C&O Canal and occasionally called the "Grand Old Ditch," operated from until along the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., to Cumberland, canal's principal cargo was coal from the Allegheny Mountains.
Construction on the mile ( km) canal began in and ended in with the completion of a mile stretch Length: miles ( km). Read or Download Discovering The C&O Canal Book by Mark Sabatke.
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The crystal canal Discover glass and iron making along the Stourbridge Canal During the Industrial Revolution the ‘Black Country’ was a hub of heavy industry and manufacturing. Central to this was the canal network. Barges carried coal, sand and limestone to factories and foundries that manufactured everything from heavy bridges to delicate.
Today it endures as a pathway for discovering historical, natural, and recreational treasures. In the 19th and early 20th century, the C&O Canal provided jobs and opportunities for people throughout the Potomac River Valley, from the tidal basin in Washington D.C.
to the mountains of Western Maryland. The C&O Canal is blessed with an extraordinary collection of physical evidence of its rich history. Within the park can be found over 1, historic structures in various states of repair, ranging from sublime (the Paw Paw Tunnel) to ordinary (culverts) and from elaborate (Ferry Hill Plantation House) to rustic (over two dozen lockhouses).The Locks on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, located in Maryland, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
of the United States, were of three types: lift locks; river locks; and guard, or inlet, locks. They were numbered from 1 to 75, including two locks with fractional numbers (63⅓ and 64⅔) and none numbered There is also the Tidewater Lock, sometimes called Lock 0, lock at the downstream.ceiling windows overlook the C&O Canal.
Fireside tables also beckon in Restaurant, which occupies a 19th-century, Federalist-style home in Georgetown. In warm weather, dine on the balcony over-looking the C&O Canal.
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