Brewington, M. V.Crown of the Chesapeake, the Life and Resources of Maryland, the Trade and Industries of Baltimore, a Souvenir of the Jamestown Exposition held on Hampton Roads, Virginia, 1907. Baltimore: A Hoen & Co., 1907.
Gray, Ralph D.The National Waterway, a History of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, 1769 -1965. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1967 (1985).
Annotation / Notes: Students of Maryland transportation and maritime development probably would agree that the canal is the most important per mile ever dug in the United States. Experts depend on this volume; lovers of lore may wish to add it to their libraries, said a Maryland Historical Magazine reviewer (84:401, Winter 1989).
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