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Canal

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Canals and navigations are human-made channels for water. In the vernacular both are referred to as 'canals'. The main difference between them is that a ...

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.

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.

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 Development of Canals in Britain - The Open Door Web Site

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By the 1790's Britain was going through a period known as "Canal Mania". During this time Acts of Parliament were passed for the construction of over 50 canals ...

The Development of Canals in Britain - The Open Door Web Site

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The Development of Canals in Britain. The development of the steam engine created an increased demand for coal. However, a major factor limiting the supply ...

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 ...

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  ...

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.

BBC - KS3 Bitesize History - The Industrial Revolution : Revision ...

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There was a boom in canal-building in the late 18th/early 19th centuries: ... There was Canal Mania in the 1790s. ... Rowland Hill invented the postage stamp.

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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 ...

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 ...

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 ...