Eric Cannel Commemorative Stamp

26 Oct 2021  Tue

Eric cannel was a historic waterway of the United States of America that connects Great Lakes with New York City via the Hudson River at Albany. Built between 1817 and 1825, Eric Cannel is the longest artificial waterway; and the great public works project in North America. Eric Cannel provides the direct water route from New York City to the Midwest, triggering large-scale commercial and agricultural development.

Eric Cannel is the nationally and internationally is significant work of an engineer. The builders of Eric Cannel borrowed its idea and technique from earlier European canals, they applied them with audacity on an unprecedented scale.

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