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The writing style is superb- truly conveys the essence of the canal era. History buffs will appreciate the depth and breadth of the book, while casual readers will enjoy the... Read morePublished on January 13, 2013 by Matthew D. Hertzler
The images at the front of this book have been stripped from the kindle version, making it useless if you bought this for academic use. thanks so much for ripping me off.Published on February 20, 2012 by Jason R. Grinstead
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Sheriff spends too much time repeating interesting
facts. She seems obsessed with explaining "God and nature"
Fortunately the book is a fast read,so I did'nt... Read more
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