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Farmer / Atlas and farm directory with complete survey in township plats; Green Lake County, Wisconsin: containing plats of all townships with owners' names; also maps of the state, United States and world; also an outline map of the county showing location of townships, villages, roads, schools, churches, railroads, streams, etc., etc.
(1914)

Map of Panama Canal zone


 
D spend on 
1899 Con- 
ed an lath- 
ommission to 
matter. In 
s authorized 
of all prop- 
French Pan- 
mnany for a 
a strip of land ten miles 
wide, extending  f r o m 
ocean to ocean. An an- 
nual rental of $250,000 Is 
paid to Panama for this 
strip of land. 
Tihe port cities of Colon 
and Panama and their 
harbors are not included 
In the land grant made 
the United States. So the 
port cities of the United 
States at the canal are 
Cristobal on the Atlantic 
and Ancon on the Pacific 
side. 
The canal is forty-two, 
feet deep and varies from' 
width of a lock to 1,000 
feet wide. Its length from 
ocean to ocean is about 
fifty miles. The proposed 
fortifications of the canal 
will cost $12,500,000. The 
total estimated cost of the 
canal is $400,000,000. As 
many as 38,000 people 
kave been employed on 
the work at one time. 
Col. George W. Goethals 
was appointed as the first 
civil governor for the Pan- 
ama canal zone, on Jan. 
27, 1914, to take effect 
April 1, 1914. 
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                    DIST 
New York 
    to San Francisco . - 
       Honolulu, H. I. 
       Manila, P. I. . 
     ,Sydney, N. S. W. 
       Yokohama, Japant 
New Orleans 
    to San Francisco ------ 
       Honolulu. H. I. 
       M anila, P. I ............ 
       Sydney, N. S. W. 
       Yokohama, Japan- 
San Francisco 
       Santiago de Cuba 1 
         (Trip of U.S.S O ego,) 
       Boston ----------------- - 
SANCES SAVED BY PANAMA CANA 
  YTA    Distances 
Magellan .. 13,090 
Panama .... 5,299 
Magellan.. 13,269 
Panama .- 6,687 
Suez-..,644 
Panama . ii,379 
Magellan .. 2,548 
Panama ... 9,814 
Suez ------- 13,041P 
Panama ---- 9,835 
  VIA    Distances 
Magellan.. -3,'73 
Panama . 4,698 
Magellan.. 13,653 
Panama .-.. 6,085 
Suez ......... :2,966 
Panama . i0,778 
Magellan -_ 12,932 
Panama ----- 9,2±3 
Suez -    ±------- 14,302 
Panama ----- 9,234 
Nautical Miles 
2,000 
4,000   0,000    8,000   10,000  121000 
mi - .mE mi m imp 
I--- 
ml - S - S - ml ml 
m..m.. -----                     . ..--------- I ------ 6.582 
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mimi m ~ m m; - 
mlm*m*mlin 
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L-..m....... 3,2m5 
2,000 
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ml - mmii 
  VIA.   Distances    2,000    4.000   0,000    8,000 
Magellan _A2,628 
Panama ...... 4,033            -,! --------[---------- 
San 
yes 
Jar.. 
515 
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