5 edition of Nicaragua; its people, scenery, monuments, resources, condition, and proposed canal. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F1523 .S77 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||691|
|LC Control Number||73176006|
Nicaragua, viajes, rutas y encuentros, historia de las exploraciones y descubrimientos, antes de ser Estado independiente, con observaciones sobre su geografía, etnia y naturaleza Book Nicaragua,Granada. 7 Many sources exist for the study of the Maritime Canal Co.'s attempt between and Some of the best are Nicaragua Canal Construction Company, The Inter-Oceanic Canal of Nicaragua: Its History, Physical Condition, Plans and Prospects (New York: Nicaragua Canal Construction Company, ), Keasbey, Lindley Miller, The Nicaragua Canal and Monroe .
There is a long history of attempts to build a canal across Nicaragua to connect the Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific uction of such a shipping route—using the San Juan River as an access route to Lake Nicaragua—was first proposed in the early colonial era. Napoleon III wrote an article about its feasibility in the middle of the 19th century. This was an excellent book that gives real insight into Nicaragua, its people and its relationship with the United States. It was a hard read in some respects due to some of the sadness as well as the length and details, but I am glad I read it. It has given me a lot to consider and reflect on/5(66).
The proposed canal would also run alongside the square-mile San Miguelito wetlands, a biodiverse latticework of marshes and rivers on the eastern shore of Lake Nicaragua, recognized by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. Ship traffic could affect the marshland’s ecology and disturb the plus species of birds that inhabit San Miguelito, a. I think this post has come full circle in my original thinking. If I remember correctly I saw all of the proposals in a map like above and then I saw the Nicaragua canal proposals. In one view I saw separate canal proposals and then in another view, I saw a trading system of canals, only because the canals were bunched up together in Nicaragua.
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Later while in Nicaragua, he sent the Smithsonian Institution five large "stone idols" and a number of other items, suggesting they be used to form the core of a "national archaeological museum." In he published Nicaragua: its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic Canal.
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He was later appointed as U.S. Commissioner to Peru, where he. : Nicaragua; Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and the Proposed Interoceanic Canal (2 Vols.): Ex-library copies with few marks; Two volume set bound in red buckram, sans DW's; black & white plates and illustrations; /pp.
Nicaragua, Its People, Scenery, Monuments, and Proposed Interoceanic Canal: With Numerous Original Maps and Illustrations. Volume 1 of 2 liked it /5(3).Virgin Islands (Carpenter's world travels) Nicaragua: its people, scenery, monuments, resources, condition, and proposed canal El Salvador, imagenes para no olvidar () =: El Salvador, images we must not forget () (Spanish Edition) Standard Catalog of .The Nicaraguan Canal (Spanish: Canal de Nicaragua), formally the Nicaraguan Canal and Development Project (also referred to as the Nicaragua Grand Canal, or the Grand Interoceanic Canal) was a proposed shipping route through Nicaragua to connect the Caribbean Sea (and therefore the Atlantic Ocean) with the Pacific ists were concerned about the .