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912.772 I26?u (1826?) Map Rm-s Map and profile of the route examined between White water and White river, with a view to ascertain the practicability of uniting them by a canal. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I26um (1826) Map Rm-s Map and profile of part of the proposed route for a canal to connect Lake Erie with the Wabash River. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I26uma (1826) Map Rm-s Map and profile of part of a line for determining the practicability of uniting by a canal the rivers St. Joseph’s, St. Mary’s, and Wabash, with the Ohio, through the valley of the White-water. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I27uma (1827) no.1 Map Rm-s Map Embracing a part of the different routes for the proposed Erie and Wabash canal exhibiting the valley of the Wabash from the Missisinewa. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I27uma (1827) no. 2 Map Rm-s Map of part of the routes for a canal to connect Lake Erie with the Wabash River: commencing at bench mark no.1 on the St. Mary’s River; and terminating at the Ohio state line. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I27uma (1827) no. 3 Map Rm-S Map embracing a part of the different routes of the proposed Erie and Wabash canal exhibiting the valley of the Wabash from the mouth of the Eel River to Tippecanoe. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I27uma (1827) no. 4 Map Rm-s Map of part of the proposed route of a canal to connect Lake Erie and the Wabash River. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I27uma (1827) no. 5 Map Rm-s Map of the different routes to connect Lake Erie with the Wabash river by a canal exhibiting the valley of the Wabash from the forks of the Mississinewa river. U.S. Engineer Department

912.772 I27upr (1827) Map Rm-s Profile of a line for the contemplated canal to connect Lake Erie with the Wabash river as run on the south side of the Wabash. U.S. Engineer Department (3 sheets)

912.772 I28u (1828) [2 sheets] Map Rm-s Erie and Wabash Canal. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I29u (1829) Map Rm-s Map and profile of part of a line for determining the practicability of uniting by a canal the rivers St Joseph, St Mary’s and Wabash with the Ohio through the valley of the White water. U.S Engineer Department.

912.772 I29um (1829) Map Rm-s Map of lines run to ascertain the practicability of uniting the waters of Lake Michigan with the Wabash River. U.S. Engineer Department.

912.772 I30um (1830) Map Rm-s (4 sheets) Michigan and Wabash canal, Surveyed under the direction of Howard Stansbury. U.S. Engineer Department.

 

912.772 I30umi (1830) Map Rm-s (6 sheets, profiles) Michigan and Wabash canal, Surveyed under the direction of Howard Stansbury, 1829-1830.  U.S. Engineer Department.

 

912.772 I31u (1831) Map Rm-s General map exhibiting the several lines run with a view to ascertain the practicability of uniting by canals the waters of Lake Erie and Lake Michigan with those of the Wabash River. U.S. Engineer Department.

 

912.772 I39u (1839) [2 sheets] Map Rm-s Map of the Wabash and Erie canal lands: Tippecanoe to Covington, Covington to Terre Haute. U.S. General Land Office

 

912.772 I45u (1845) [3 sheets] Map Rm-L Map of the extension of the Wabash and Erie Canal from Terre Haute to Evansville. U.S. General Land Office

 

912.772 I48u (1848) [2 sheets] Map Rm-L Map of the Wabash and Erie Canal from the Ohio state line to Terre Haute, showing its course through the public surveys and the area of selection for said work. U.S. General Land Office.

 

912.772 I36ba (1936) Map Rm-s Map and profile of a portion of the Ohio and Indiana canal system, 1832-1888. Bates, Roy M.

 

627.1 M487p (1984) Map Rm-s Profile of the Wabash and Erie Canal: showing locks, aqueducts, major feeders, flood-gates, and waste-weirs. Meek, Thomas.