Today's American Minute — Panama Canal - over 100 American lives lost per mile of 50 mile wide Isthmus - American Minute with Bill Federer

Panama Canal - over 100 American lives lost per mile of 50 mile wide Isthmus - American Minute with Bill Federer

Panama Canal - over 100 American lives lost per mile of 50 mile wide Isthmus - American Minute with Bill Federer

Panama Canal - over 100 American lives lost per mile of 50 mile wide Isthmus - American Minute with Bill Federer

Canal construction has spanned history: Mesopotamia and India had the oldest canals for irrigation, c. 3,000 BC; China's Grand Canal, begun in the 5th century BC, is almost 1,100 miles, linking the Yellow River and the Yangtze River, being the longest canal in the world; Greeks engineered canals, c 400 BC; Romans built an enormous system of canals, pipes, tunnels, aqueducts and bridges, 312 BC-226 AD; Read as PDF ... MIRACULOUS MILESTONES in Science, Medicine & Innovation - And the Faith of Those Who Achieved Them Notable European canals include: Charlemagne oversaw in 793 AD the first artificial canal in...

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