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  • American Canal Society
    The American Canal Society is dedicated to Historic Canal Research, Preservation, Restoration, and Parks. The society was formed in 1972 to promote the wise use of America's many historic canal resources through research, preservation, restoration, recreation, and parks. The society acts as a national clearing house of canal information and co-operates with local, state, and international canal societies, groups, and individuals to identify historic canal resources, to publicize canal history, activities, activities, and problems, and to take action on threatened canals and sites. Freemansburg, Pennsylvania
    http://www.americancanals.org/
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  • Augusta Canal
    Whether you hike, bike, paddle, or just float through Augusta Canal's history on a guided boat tour, we invite you to explore our recreation and outdoor experiences along miles of towpath, trail and canal waters. Visit the Augusta Canal Discovery Center at Enterprise Mill to learn more about the people who built the canal and explore progress, problems and promise of this distinctive piece of America’s story. Guided canal boat tours depart several times daily from the Discovery Center's dock at Enterprise Mill in downtown Augusta. The Augusta Canal weaves threads of history, scenery, and recreation into a delightful tapestry as it winds its way through Augusta, Georgia
    http://augustacanal.com/
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  • Autoridad del Canal de Panama
    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is the entity of the Government of Panama established under Title XIV of the National Constitution with exclusive charge of the operation, administration, management, preservation, maintenance, and modernization of the Canal, as well as its activities and related services, pursuant to legal and constitutional regulations in force, so that the Canal may operate in a safe, continuous, efficient, and profitable manner.
    http://www.acp.gob.pa/
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  • Boonville Black River Canal Museum
    The 77-mile long Black River Canal was an engineering marvel of the 19th century. Built between 1837 and 1855, the Black River Canal ran uphill, connecting the waters of the Erie Canal with those of Black River. The southern section of the overland canal linked Rome and Boonville, a distance of 25 miles. Following the rugged Lansing Kill Gorge, this section of the canal rose 693 feet and required 70 locks. The northern section of the overland canal connected Boonville and Lyons Falls, a distance of 10 miles. This section of the canal descended 386 feet and required 39 locks. All together, the Black River Canal had 109 locks--still a world record. Between Lyons Falls and Carthage, a distance of 42 miles, the Black River itself was canalized for slack-water navigation. By giving the North Country access to eastern and midwestern markets, the Black River Canal was instrumental in the region's growth and prosperity. The museum grounds are located near the Main St. bridge in Boonville, New York
    http://www.blackrivercanalmuseum.com/
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  • C&O (Chesapeake & Ohio) Canal Association
    C&O Canal Association is an all-volunteer citizens organization established in 1954 to help conserve the natural and historical environment of the C&O Canal and the Potomac River Basin. The association works with the National Park Service in its efforts to preserve and promote the 184-mile towpath. Today, we remain an independent, all-volunteer organization of citizens concerned with the continued viability of the Park and all of its natural and historic resources. To help preserve and protect these resources, we readily assist the Park Service with both manpower and money. Additionally, we monitor conditions (both regulatory and physical) that could adversely affect the Park. We work to bring attention to these conditions and openly advocate on behalf of the Park. Glen Echo, Maryland
    http://www.candocanal.org/
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  • C&O Canal Trust
    The official nonprofit partner of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park. Founded in 2007, the C&O Canal Trust is the official non-profit partner of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park. Our mission is to work in partnership with the National Park Service to protect, restore, and promote the C&O Canal. The Trust engages communities and individuals to realize the Park’s historical, natural, and recreational potential. Hagerstown, Maryland
    http://www.canaltrust.org/
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  • Canadian Canal Society
    We're a not-for-profit, educational and historical organization, dedicated to the preservation of the canal heritage of Canada. Canals continue to play an important role in Canada. Some, such as the Rideau and Trent-Severn are now recreational waterways, supporting a large tourist trade. Others such as the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Welland Canal continue to play a significant commercial economic role. All have fascinating histories. Thorold, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.canadiancanalsociety.org/
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  • Canal & River Trust
    The Canal & River Trust is here so you have a place to escape. A place where you can step off the pavement, onto the towpath and breathe. We are a charity, and we are entrusted to care for 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales. On top of maintaining 2,000 miles of canals and rivers, which are often over 200 years old, we are responsible for an enormous network of bridges, embankments, towpaths, aqueducts, docks and reservoirs and more. United Kingdom
    https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/
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  • Canal Guide
    Want to discover more about the Kennet and Avon, Llangollen, the Oxford canal or any of the other canals in UK? Check out our UK canals info or canal boat holidays, canal boat hire, available moorings and traditional narrowboat boat builders.
    http://www.canalguide.co.uk/
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  • Canal Junction
    The comprehensive canal guide. Plan and book your canal holidays here with our canal maps and cruising guides and links to canal hire companies and equipment suppliers. We offer you the widest selection of different canal holidays from across the UK.
    http://www.canaljunction.com/
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  • Canal Society of Indiana
    Organized on May 22, 1982 as a not-for-profit corporation, the Canal Society of Indiana was established to bring together those who share a common interest in Indiana’s historic canals. The Society helps focus attention on these early interstate waterways through a variety of programs. Its aim is to provide the interpretation of an era, to preserve canal bed and structural remains, and to support restoration of historic canal related sites. Fort Wayne, Indiana
    http://indcanal.org/
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  • Canal Society of New Jersey
    Welcome to the website of The Canal Society of New Jersey. We trust you'll find it both interesting and informative. The CSNJ is a non-profit organization formed in 1969 to foster the study of the history of New Jersey's two towpath canals, preserve and restore canal remains and artifacts, educate the public in the canals' histories and provide enjoyment to its members by visiting canals and other historic sites. Stanhope, New Jersey
    http://www.canalsocietynj.org/
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  • Canal Society of New York State
    Canal Society members study New York canal history, including its effect on the life and economy of the State; exchange information; promote interest in the canals in the United States and abroad; educate the public and encourage preservation of canal records, relics, structures and sites; and help restore abandoned canals and historic vessels, including replicating their structures. The Society has compiled a Smithsonian-quality collection of canal artifacts, artwork, books and papers. Canandaigua, New York
    http://www.newyorkcanals.org/
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  • Canal Society of Ohio
    The Canal Society of Ohio is a volunteer organization, founded in 1961, dedicated to recreation, education, research and preservation related to Ohio's historic canals. Akron, Ohio
    http://www.canalsocietyohio.org/
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  • Champlain Canal
    Champlain Canal information, history and businesses. The history of America is rooted in the path between New York and Canada which leads up the Hudson River and connects to Canada and the Great Lakes. The waterways of New York State played a vital role in the expansion of commerce in America as New York itself played a vital role in the growth of the industrial era. The history of the development of transportation frequently explains the economic growth of the areas they affected.
    http://www.champlaincanal.net/
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  • D&H Canal Historical Society
    Our mission is to celebrate the story of the Delaware & Hudson Canal, the communities along its route, and their role in building our nation. The D&H Canal Historical Society maintains a Canal Museum and Five Locks Walk trail to preserve canal-era artifacts, and document the canal's creation, operation, and importance as an engine of economic development in the region and beyond. High Falls, New York
    http://www.canalmuseum.org/
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  • Dismal Swamp Canal Welcome Center
    If you peer into the still, mirrored waters of the Dismal Swamp Canal, you may see a brief glimpse of the historic Waterway’s colorful past. Indians, Civil War Soldiers and runaway freedom seekers each have their own story to share. The vast Dismal Swamp, once covering over a million acres, is still a large, complex, beautiful natural area with many reasons to visit. The Dismal Swamp Canal is an alternate route along the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIWW), connecting the Chesapeake Bay with the Albemarle Sound. The AIWW provides pleasure boats with a protected inland channel between Norfolk, Virginia, all the way to Miami, Florida. The Canal is on the National Register of Historic Places as a Historic Landmark, noted as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark, and has received the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Designation. The Welcome Center is home to a 150' face dock that provides a rest stop to nearly 2,000 boaters yearly. South Mills, North Carolina
    https://dismalswampwelcomecenter.com/
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  • Drifters Leisure
    Boating Holidays on the canals and inland waterways of the UK. Drifters is a consortium of privately owned self-drive hire boat companies set up to promote enjoyment of canal holidays to potential customers nationally and globally. We have some 500 high quality holiday boats between us, operating from 37 locations throughout the canals of England, Scotland and Wales so our fleet covers just about the whole canal system. Day Boat hire is also available from a number of locations. We are also associated with Flagships who provide fully catered and crewed hotel boats. England, Scotland, and Wales.
    https://www.drifters.co.uk/
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  • Erie Canal Museum
    The Erie Canal Museum serves the general public from broad geographic areas. It maintains and enhances the scope and appeal of its canal-related educational programs, exhibits and collections. The Erie Canal Museum is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the the 1850 National Register Weighlock Building, the last remaining structure of its kind, and to telling the incredible adventure story of the Erie Canal. Come aboard a full size replica canal boat. Explore life in a canal town. Put on a puppet show. Experience a part of history that played an imperative role in the growth and development of the United State. The Erie Canal Museum is a must-see for adults and children of all ages! Syracuse, New York.
    http://www.eriecanalmuseum.org/
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  • Erie Canalway
    The Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor is one of about two dozen federally designated national heritage areas or corridors in the nation. The purpose of designating the Erie Canalway as a national heritage corridor is to provide for and assist in the preservation and interpretation of the historical, natural, scenic and recreational resources in ways that reflect its national significance, and to help foster community revitalization. New York
    http://www.eriecanalway.org/
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  • Friends of the Delaware Canal
    The Friends of the Delaware Canal is an independent, non-profit organization working to restore, preserve, and improve the Delaware Canal and its surroundings. Our primary goals are to ensure that the Canal is fully-watered from Easton to Bristol and that the towpath trail is usable over its entire length. New Hope, Pennsylvania
    http://www.fodc.org/
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  • Friends of the Manayunk Canal
    Friends of the Manayunk Canal is dedicated to the protection, restoration and preservation of the natural and historical resources of Venice Island, the Manayunk Canal and Fairmount Park's Towpath in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is our goal to promote and maintain our cultural resources through public education programs, community volunteerism and advocacy. We are committed to citizenry actions that respect and support the fundamental balance between cultural history, the natural environment and humanity. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    http://www.manayunkcanal.org/
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  • Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System
    The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System is a deep draft waterway extending 3,700 km (2,340 miles) from the Atlantic Ocean to the head of the Great Lakes, in the heart of North America. The St. Lawrence Seaway portion of the System extends from Montreal to mid-Lake Erie. Ranked as one of the outstanding engineering feats of the twentieth century, the St. Lawrence Seaway includes 13 Canadian and 2 U.S. locks.
    http://www.greatlakes-seaway.com/
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  • History of the Erie Canal
    A history of New York's Erie Canal with much of the transcribed material from the University of Rochester Department of History.
    http://www.eriecanal.org/history.html
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  • Inland Waterways International
    IWI brings together people and organisations who support the conservation, use, development and proper management of inland waterways worldwide. It aims to raise public awareness of the benefits of using waterways for a wide range of activities, from inland water transport to cruising, towpath walking and other recreational uses, as well as appreciating their architectural and landscape values as heritage. It also promotes restoration, where appropriate, of waterways which have become derelict. Its membership includes leading navigation authorities, as well as voluntary bodies, museums and commercial companies. Individual members include both users and experts in the various disciplines. Based in France
    http://inlandwaterwaysinternational.org/
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  • Intracoastal Waterway Facilities Guide
    This is the online version of our Intracoastal Waterway Facilities Guide. Like its print companion, this site is all about getting there and back again. And making it easy. For long distance travelers, just knowing where the next fuel dock lies can take a load off. If you're venturing into new territory, it's good to be able to pinpoint ahead of time where you can eat, buy groceries, plug in and pump out-maybe even play a few rounds of golf. And it's good to know how long it might take you to get there. Or if there are any bridges in your way. After all, the object of the cruising game is to have fun.
    http://www.icwfacilitiesguide.com/
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  • National Canal Museum
    The National Canal Museum is dedicated to telling the story of America's historic towpath canals. Easton's Hugh Moore Park is a picturesque extension of the City of Easton where America's golden age of canals is on full display. With more than two miles of restored Lehigh Canal, a canal boat attraction unlike any other in Pennsylvania and the rest of the Northeast, and one of the country's largest canal heritage museums, the 520-acre park nestled between the Lehigh Canal and Lehigh River is a throwback to the years when mules pulling canal boats on narrow towpaths was a common sight in much of the United States east of the Mississippi River. The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor interprets this fascinating period of American history in the park through tours of the National Canal Museum and rides on the 110-passenger Josiah White II canal boat. The National Canal Museum is open seasonally, from June until October. Explore our fun, hands-on exhibits highlighting 19th century canal life and technology. Easton, Pennsylvania
    https://canals.org/
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  • New York State Canals
    The New York State Canal System is a navigable 524-mile inland waterway that spans upstate New York. The waterway connects the Hudson River with Lake Champlain, Lake Ontario, Cayuga Lake, Seneca Lake, and Lake Erie via the Niagara River. The New York State Canal Corporation provides a wealth of information about the canal system on this website.
    http://www.canals.ny.gov/
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  • NY Canals Cruising Guide
    Information and cruising guide to the New York State Erie, Oswego, Champlain, and Cayuga-Seneca Canal Systems. The Current New York State Canal System, formerly referred to as the Barge Canal, connects all the major waterways in and around New York State. The canals connect the Hudson River, Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Champlain, Oneida Lake the Finger Lakes and many other areas around New York State. While on a cruise through New York, boaters are treated to the great hospitality that the New York State Canal System is known for.
    http://www.nycanals.com/
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  • Ohio & Erie Canalway
    The Ohio & Erie Canalway is a National Heritage Area – designated by Congress in 1996 – to help preserve and celebrate the rails, trails, landscapes, towns and sites that grew up along the first 110 miles of the canal that helped Ohio and our nation grow. The Ohio & Erie Canalway honors the rich history, cultural significance and natural beauty of the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area. Independence and Akron, Ohio.
    https://www.ohioanderiecanalway.com/
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  • Old Santee Canal Park
    Ten years after Americans declared their independence from the British Empire, a charter was granted for the construction of the Santee Canal, the nation's first. Construction began in 1793 and was completed in 1800. The Santee Canal was 22 miles long with three locks to lift boats from the Santee River to the summit level and seven locks for the descent of the boats to the Cooper River. Droughts and increased competition from railroads prompted shareholders to revoke its charter in 1850. Opened in 1989, the 195-acre park commemorates the area's rich history and habitat. Among its attractions are the Stony Landing House, built in 1843, and four miles of boardwalks that meander through the quiet backwaters of Biggin Creek and its surrounding swamp. The park's centerpiece is its Interpretive Center that chronicles the area's history as far back as 4000 B.C., including the 1863 construction of the Little David, a semisubmersible Confederate torpedo boat used in the Civil War. The Berkeley County Museum and Heritage Center is also located within the park's gates. Moncks Corner, South Carolina
    http://www.oldsanteecanalpark.org/
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  • Panama Canal Commission
    The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is the entity of the Government of Panama established under Title XIV of the National Constitution with exclusive charge of the operation, administration, management, preservation, maintenance, and modernization of the Canal, as well as its activities and related services, pursuant to legal and constitutional regulations in force, so that the Canal may operate in a safe, continuous, efficient, and profitable manner.
    http://www.pancanal.com/
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  • Pennsylvania Canal Society
    Pennsylvania's canals were built during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. The canals were dug by men whose tools were picks, shovels and wheelbarrows. Hard work, poor living conditions and disease took many lives. But it was these burly men and their "water highway" that began the industrial revolution and opened the northwest territory. The aim of the Society is to preserve the rich heritage of canaling in Pennsylvania; to promote the preservation and restoration of existing canal sites; to encourage canal research; and to make available to the public materials on canals, their operation and history. Easton, Pennsylvania
    http://www.pacanalsociety.org/
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  • Rideau Canal Waterway Ontario Canada
    The Rideau Canal is a visitor's paradise with its many historic lockstations and 202 kilometres (125 mile) of scenic waterway. The Rideau Canal; a National Historic Site of Canada, a Canadian Heritage River and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, consists of a series of beautiful lakes and rivers connected by canals. It stretches from Kingston, at the foot of Lake Ontario, to Ottawa, Canada's capital. Maintained by Canada's Parks service it is arguably the most scenic and historic waterway in North America. Whether you visit by boat, car, bicycle or on foot, the Rideau has something for you.
    http://www.rideau-info.com/
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  • Roanoke Canal Museum and Trail
    Guests learn when they arrive at the museum and trailhead kiosks that the Roanoke Canal is nearly 200 years old. After the American War of Independence, the young nation's founding fathers sought to open trade and transportation into their western frontier. In 1976, the remnants of the canal were placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the trail follows the canal's original tow path for 7.2 miles between Roanoke Lake and Weldon. The Roanoke Canal Museum is the newest addition and located where the trail crosses Roanoke Avenue in Roanoke Rapids. The museum holds many exhibits about the history of the Roanoke River Valley, the engineering feats of the canal, and its later use as a source of hydroelectric power. The western trailhead is located at Roanoke Rapids Lake - Day Use Park and the eastern trailhead is at River Falls Park in Weldon. Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina
    https://www.roanokecanal.com/
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  • Schuylkill Canal Association
    The SCA is a not-for-profit group of volunteers that provides historical interpretation and conducts activities at the park, which is owned by Montgomery County and operated as part of the Montgomery County Park System. SCA's mission is: To preserve, maintain, and appropriately restore the Schuylkill Canal and its surrounding lands and man made structures; to encourage wide public use of the area and an appreciation of its natural environment; to seek ways to further general education in the area's history through programming and interpretation; to provide facilities and enhanced settings for various kinds of passive recreation; to seek support of individuals and private organizations, and of local, regional, state and federal governments, to achieve these goals; and to solicit, receive, and expend funds for such purposes. Mont Clare, Pennsylvania
    http://schuylkillcanal.org/
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  • Scotland's Waterways
    Discover Scotland's working canals. We look after the Scottish canals, conserving them as part of our heritage, and transforming them to play a vital role in Scotland today.
    https://www.scottishcanals.co.uk/
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  • Trent-Severn Waterway
    TrentSevern.com aims to be your all-encompassing resource for the Trent-Severn Waterway system located in picturesque Ontario, Canada. Your complete source for Trent-Severn Waterway information including accommodations, marinas, restaurants, camping, trailer parks, fishing, events, golf, rentals, trip plans, classified, advertising.
    http://www.trentsevern.com/
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  • Virginia Canals & Navigations Society
    The Virginia Canals and Navigations Society was formed in 1977 to preserve and enhance Virginia's rich inland waterways heritage in all its fascinating aspects. History, exploration, archeology, modeling, local lore and legend, restoration, preservation, park and trail development – these are some of the many areas of interest our members pursue to their own great satisfaction and frequently to the lasting benefit of their communities and state. Scottsville, Virginia
    http://www.vacanals.org/
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  • Wabash & Erie Canal Association
    The Wabash & Erie Canal Association strives to restore and promote the Wabash & Erie Canal by providing educational experiences that will teach history and inspire others to become involved. The Canal Association continues to find and preserve artifacts, acquire new lands and expand its educational offerings through new exhibits in conjunction with a Conference and Interpretive Center building and unique attractions in keeping with the canal era that will further identify the Canal Center as an outstanding source of canal history and an exciting location for visitors of all ages. Delphi, Indiana
    http://www.wabashanderiecanal.org/
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  • Welland Recreational Canal Corporation (WRCC)
    With over 1,000 acres, 24km of trails and 12km of waterway this incredible national asset is a place where residents and visitors can participate in a wide variety of arts, culture, sports, leisure and recreation activities, and experience a unique natural and recreational environment within an urban area. The Canal Corporation's mandate is to be the "stewards" of the old canal ~ to improve, develop and protect the Welland Recreational Waterway. Welland, Ontario, Canada
    http://www.canalcorp.ca/
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  • Whitewater Canal Trail
    The goal of the Whitewater Canal Trail, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit corporation, is to foster activities along the Whitewater Canal corridor that focus on historical preservation and interpretation, outdoor recreation and natural resource conservation while promoting sustainable development and improved quality of life in connected communities. The history of the Whitewater Canal began early in the 1800’s when the pioneers of Indiana needed a way to transport their surplus goods from this rich and fertile valley. The canal was completed between Brookville and Lawrenceburg in 1839, to Laurel in 1843, to Connersville in 1845 and to Cambridge City in 1846. The final canal went to Cincinnati through a tunnel in Cleves and extended to Hagerstown in Indiana, for a total of 101 miles. The first canal boat arrived in Brookville in 1839. Canal boats transported people, lumber, livestock and grain until the early 1860's. Brookville, Indiana
    http://www.whitewatercanaltrail.com/
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