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" Erie ; but low water mark is 432 feot above tide-water, and 133 feet below the level of Lake Erie. " The shore of the Ohio here forms a good landing for boats at all seasons of the year, the principal landing being paved to... "
Hand-book of universal geography being a Gnietteer of the world, based on ... - Page 205
by T. Carey Callicot - 1853
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A Complete, Descriptive and Statistical Gazetteer of the United States ...

Daniel Haskel - United States - 1843 - 752 pages
...level of Lake Erie ; but tow water mark is 432 above tide water, and 133 below the level of Lake Erie. The shore of the Ohio here forms a good landing for...seasons of the year, the principal landing being paved to low water mark, in a substantial manner, and supplied with floating wharves, rendered necessary...
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Geographical and statistical

John Macgregor - America - 1847
...Erie ; but low water mark is 432 feot above tide-water, and 133 feet below the level of Lake Erie. " The shore of the Ohio here forms a good landing for...seasons of the year, the principal landing being paved to low water mark in a substantial manner, and supplied with floating wharfs, rendered necessary by...
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The progress of America, Volume 2

John MacGregor - America - 1847
...tide-water, and 133 feet below the level of Lake Erie. " The shore of the Ohio here forms a good lauding for boats at all seasons of the year, the principal landing being paved to low water mark in a substantial manner, and supplied with floating wharfs, rendered necessary by...
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A Pictorial Description of Ohio: Comprising a Sketch of Its Physical ...

Benson John Lossing - Ohio - 1848 - 131 pages
...hundred and thirty-two above tide-water, and one hundred and thirty-three below the level of Lake Erie. The shore of the Ohio here forms a good landing for...seasons of the year, the principal landing being paved to low-water mark, in a substantial manner, and supplied with floating wharves, rendered necessary...
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Hand-book of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World

Theophilus Carey Callicot - Geography - 1853 - 856 pages
...work, hats, cottons, woollens, chiefly conducted with steam-power. Large distilleries, flour mills, A docks for building steamboats. It is the largest pork...floating wharves, rendered necessary by the great rise A fall in the river at different times. Reg. shipping consists chiefly of steamers plying on the Mississippi...
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Hand-book of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World

Theophilus Carey Callicot - Geography - 1853 - 856 pages
...work, hata, cottons, woollens, chiefly conducted with btoam-power. Large distilleries, flour mills, 4 docks for building steamboats. It is the largest pork...for boats at all seasons of the year. The principal landin? being paved at low water mark in a substantial manner, A supplied with floating wharves, rendered...
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Cyclopedia of Universal Geography: Being a Gazetteer of the World ...

Theophilus Carey Callicot - Geography - 1855 - 856 pages
...conducted with steam-power. Large distilleries, flour mills. A docks for building steamboats. It a • ho largest pork market in the world. Its trade is extensive....being paved at low water mark in a substantial manner, k supplied with floating wharves, rendered necessary by the great rue k fall in the river at different...
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Ensign, Bridgman & Fanning's Lake and River Guide: Being a Traveler's ...

Great Lakes (North America) - 1856 - 143 pages
...bank of the Ohio, 540 feet above tide-water at Albany, NT, and 25 feet below the level of Lake Erie. The shore of the Ohio here forms a good landing for boats at all seasons of the year, the landing being paved to low-water mark. The descent from the upper part of the city to low-water mark...
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