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A new method of Robert Colepepyr, Gent., for speedy and effectual preservation of the navigation on the River Thames : and to repair the water-breach in to Havering and Dagenham levels in Essex . by Colepepyr, Robert
DDC/LCC
  434 19 1700 1900
The river's in my blood : riverboat pilots tell their stories by Curry, Jane, 1945-
DDC/LCC
  430 5 1983 1983
Washington and the West : being George Washington's diary of September, 1784, kept during his journey into the Ohio basin in the interest of a commercial union between the Great Lakes and the Potomac River by Washington, George, 1732-1799
DDC/LCC
  426 17 1905 2010
On the river with Lewis and Clark by Huser, Verne, 1931-
DDC/LCC
  425 6 2003 2004
Seasonable considerations on a navigable canal intended to be cut from the river Trent, at Wilden Ferry, in the county of Derby, to the river Mersey, in the county of Chester
DDC/LCC
  423 23 1766 1766
Report of the Committee of Management of the Kennet and Avon Canal navigation by Kennet and Avon Canal Company. Committee of Management
DDC/LCC
  415 14 1823 1826
Avona, or, A transient view of the benefit of making rivers of this kingdom navigable : occasioned by observing the scituation of the city of Salisbury upon the Avon, and the consequence of opening that river to that city : communicated by letter to a friend at London by Coke, Roger, active 1696
LCC
  410 15 1675 1675
Proceedings of the National Ship-Canal Convention : held at the city of Chicago, June 2 and 3, 1863 by National Ship-Canal Convention (1863 : Chicago, Ill.)
DDC/LCC
  406 17 1863 2000
A designe for bringing a navigable river from Rickmansworth in Hartfordshire to St. Gyles in the fields : the benefits of it declared and the objections against it by Ford, Edward, Sir, 1605-1670
LCC
  405 21 1641 1720
Public documents relating to the New-York canals : which are to connect the western and northern lakes with the Atlantic Ocean ; with an introduction by New York Corresponding Association for the Promotion of Internal Improvements
DDC/LCC
  404 12 1821 1821
Beyond the windswept dunes : the story of maritime Muskegon by Sherman, Elizabeth B.
DDC/LCC
  403 4 2003 2003
Remarks on the proposed canal, from Lake Erie to the Hudson River by Clinton, DeWitt, 1769-1828
DDC/LCC
  397 18 1816 1816
Vindication of the claim of Elkanah Watson, Esq. to the merit of projecting the Lake Canal Policy, as created by the Canal Act of March, 1792, and also, a vindication of the claim of the late General Schuyler, to the merit of drawing that act, and procuring its passage through the legislature by Troup, Robert, 1757-1832
DDC/LCC
  395 19 1821 1900
River navigation in England, 1600-1750 by Willan, Thomas Stuart
DDC/LCC
  394 23 1930 1965
The history of the ancient and present state of the navigation of the port of King's-Lyn, and of Cambridge, and the rest of the trading-towns in those parts : and of the navigable rivers that have their course through the great-level of the Fens, called Bedford Level : also the history of the ancient and present state of draining in that level ... : with the method propos'd for draining the said Fens, and amending the harbour of Lyn, by Col. John Armstrong ... : illustrated with maps by Badeslade, Thomas
DDC/LCC
  391 28 1725 1900
Proposals for the speedy settlement of the waste and unappropriated lands of the western frontiers of the state of New York : and for the improvement of the inland navigation between Albany and Oswego by Colles, Christopher, 1738-1816
DDC/LCC
  390 25 1785 2005
Waterways versus railways by Moulton, Harold Glenn, 1883-1965
DDC/LCC
  390 21 1912 2010
A letter to Sir Phil. Jen. Clerke, chairman of the committee of the House of Commons : to whom the petition of Benjamin Lacam, sole proprietor of New Harbour in Bengal, was referred by Price, Joseph, approximately 1749-
DDC/LCC
  384 22 1783 1783
A letter to a Member of the Irish Parliament relative to the present state of Ireland. . by Philo-Ierne
DDC/LCC
  372 28 1755 2018
Trattato de'canali navigabili by Lecchi, Antonio, 1702-1776
DDC/LCC
  371 24 1776 1970
Conquering the rivers : Henry Miller Shreve and the navigation of America's inland waterways by McCall, Edith S.
DDC/LCC
  366 5 1984 1984
The report of John Smeaton engineer, and F.R.S. concerning the practicability and expence of joining the Rivers Forth and Clyde by a navigable canal, and thereby to join the east sea and the west : with a map of the country and a plan of the canal : addressed to the Honourable the Trustees for Fisheries, Manufactures, and Improvements in Scotland ; at whose desire the survey was made by Smeaton, John, 1724-1792
DDC/LCC
  360 19 1767 1900
Waterways of the United States: : rivers, harbors, lakes [and] canals by Locher, Harry O
DDC/LCC
  357 11 1961 1963
Canals by Kapsch, Robert James, 1942-
DDC/LCC
  355 9 2004 2004
Inland navigation : channel training works by Pokrefke, Thomas J.
DDC/LCC
  353 8 2012 2013
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