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Canal

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Canals and navigations are human-made channels for water conveyance ( supply), or to service water transport vehicles. In the vernacular both are referred to ...

Canals 1750 to 1900 - History Learning Site

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Canals were needed for the Industrial Revolution which was creating huge ... could not be transported by canal as refrigerated units had yet to be invented.

The Development of Canals in the Industrial Revolution

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Canal companies never solved the problems of speed, making the invention of a faster method of transport almost inevitable. When the railways were introduced ...

The Canal Era [ushistory.org]

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The Canal Era. ... Robert Fulton, the steamboat inventor, sent George Washington a copy of his "Treatise on Canal Navigation." Then he followed up with this ...

HISTORY OF CANALS

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HISTORY OF CANALS including The great canal of Darius I, China's Grand Canal, Flash locks and pound locks, European canals, Bridgewater Canal.

Who Made The Canals And Why? | Canal Cruise

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The UK canals were originally built during the Industrial Revolution to carry cargo - long before motorways and even before trains. Believe it or not, there was ...

Transportation Revolution - The Industrial Revolution

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Roads; River Traffic; Steamboats; Canals; Railroads ... At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the invention of the steam engine became widely popular.

When, and by who, were canal locks invented to allow changes in ...

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Jan 31, 2002 ... When and by who were canal locks invented to allow changes in level - trivia question /questions answer / answers.

All About Canals - Canal & River Trust

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Canals do have flow, they can be wide or narrow and some do go to the sea. ... invented would not have been moved, as modern canals were being used to ...

Transportation, The Industrial Revolution, Industrial revolution ...

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Canals were built so that large barges could be transported, independent of rivers and waterways. Roads and canals were eventually overtaken by railways.

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History of canals in Great Britain - London Canal Museum

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History of canals in Britain, a general history. ... use today in Britain is said to have been invented by Chhiao Wei-Yo, in the year 983, in China, although the mitre ...

The Canal Lock » Leonardo Da Vinci's Inventions

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Leonardo da Vinci's Invention for the canal lock was one of his most enduring achievements. The lock he invented – the miter lock, is still in use today at almost  ...

Early American Canals

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Inspired by the English and Dutch systems of canals, Americans began to eye the possibility of man-made waterways early in their history. George Washington ...