Panama Canal Company

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William Merrill Whitman
... From 1935 to 1939, Whitman was the legal editor for the West Publishing Company in St ... Whitman began his long relationship (ending in 1972) with the Panama Canal the following year when he was admitted to the Panama Canal Zone Bar and began undertaking legal work for the Panama Railway, the Panama ... From 1940 to 1942, Whitman was an associate attorney for the Canal Zone's General Counsel ...
Lists of Canals
... Europe Canals of France Canals of Amsterdam Canals of Germany Canals of Ireland Canals of Russia Canals of the United Kingdom North America Canals of Canada ...
Philippe-Jean Bunau-Varilla - Panama Canal
... After the Panama Canal Company went bankrupt in 1888 amidst charges of fraud, Bunau-Varilla was left stranded in Panama ... He struggled to find a new way to construct the canal ... When the New Panama Canal Company sprang up back in his native France, Bunau-Varilla sailed home, having purchased a large amount of stock ...
Berkhamsted - Canal
... The Grand Junction Canal runs through Berkhamsted parallel to the High Street ... The canal later became part of the Grand Union Canal in 1929 ... With the advent of canal transport, Castle Wharf became a hub of inland water transport and boat building activity ...
Henry Larcom Abbot - Publications
... “The Present Status of the Panama Canal.” Engineering News 40 (October 6, 1898)210-213 ... An optimistic view of the progress made by the new French canal company and its plans for future construction ... “The New Panama Canal.” Forum 26 (November 1898)343-53 ...

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