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In the early 1800s, many Americans living in the eastern states wanted to explore the western frontier. Vast amounts of land and resources lay to the west-but the Appalachian Mountains formed a huge wall stretching from Canada to Georgia. How could Americans cut through it? Who could create a workable plan? What overwhelming challenges did the workers face? Discover how the Erie Canal opened the passage to the West, bringing people new opportunities for trade and expansion.
|Finishing Nature's Work||p. 6|
|Rough Sailing||p. 12|
|Changing the Face of the Earth||p. 18|
|Solving Problems||p. 24|
|Wedding of the Waters||p. 30|
|Canallers Coming!||p. 36|
|Peimary Source: Travel Account||p. 42|
|Tell Your Story about Traveling on the Erie Canal||p. 43|
|Source Notes||p. 46|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 46|
|Further Reading and Websites||p. 47|
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Series: Six Questions of American History
For Ages: 9 - 11 years old
For Grades: 4 - 6
Number Of Pages: 48
Published: 1st August 2010
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 19.05 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.27