The Panama Canal In Picture And Prose; A complete story of Panama, as well as the history, purpose, and promise of its world-famous canal - the most gigantic engineering undertaking since the dawn of time. Willis J. Abbot.

The Panama Canal In Picture And Prose; A complete story of Panama, as well as the history, purpose, and promise of its world-famous canal - the most gigantic engineering undertaking since the dawn of time

London, New York, etc: Syndicate Publishing Company, 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. Quarto; pp; 414, (ii), ad leaf; Profusely illustrated, many black and white photographs, color plates from watercolors by E. J. Read and Gordon Grant and a folding color map; red cloth with a paste on illustration of a ship passing through the Culebra Cut, lettered in gilt;. Very good, edge wear. Item #19394

Building the Panama Canal was the greatest engineering feat of all time. From the first French efforts through the American completion, an amazing story. Theodore Roosevelt considered the Canal his greatest achievement.

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