HISTORY OF THE CANAL SYSTEM
OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

TOGETHER WITH BRIEF HISTORIES OF THE CANALS
OF THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

BY NOBLE E. WHITFORD


ERRATA.


VOLUME I .

Page 61, line 20, for 1899 read 1809.

Page 106, line 29, for 1882 read 1822.

Page 199, line 25, for number read amount.

Page 219, line 19, for 1885 read 1855.

Page 228, line 11, - for unexpected read unexpended.

Page 252, line 27, to eighteen feet width on the miter-sills add, as a foot-note: The law was improperly worded; see p. 188 for correct dimensions.

Page 259, line 22, for Chittenango read Limestone creek.

Page 259, line 35, for length read depth.

Page 260, line 18, for length read depth.

Page 289, line 10, for 1873, etc., read 1872, and its full capacity realized during the season of navigation of 1873.

Page 359, line 27, for Hines read Himes.

Page 371, line 8, for Hines read Himes.

Page 416, line 21, for These works read The river works.

Page 481, line 12, for 1838 read 1839.

Page 577, last line of foot-notes, for that name read the name of Southold.

Page 688, line 14, for Chemung read Chenango.

Page 738, line 19, for "Delaware and Susquehanna Canal Company," read "President, Managers and Company of the Delaware and Susquehannah Navigation Company."

Page 755, line 11, for Newton read Newtown.

Page 761, first line of table, third column, for $10,000 read $100,000.

Page 761, eleventh line of table, last column, for 1870 read 1871.

Page 762, combine "(Side canal)" and "Susquehannah and Chenango," same project.

Page 775, line 20, for which they proposed, etc., read which they proposed to retain, the Erie canal, and ultimately the Hudson river, water-supply would not be at all impaired by abandonment.

Page 882, line 17, for material read materials.

Page 887, line 13, for glad read led.

Page 914, Buffalo population, 1900, for 52,387 read 352,387.

Page 951, line 1, last column, for 33,39 read 33,399.

Page 961, line 47, for canal read lock.

Page 966, line 43, strike out line.

Page 969, line 44, strike out line.

Page 977, line 34, for Peterboro read Peterboro St.

Page 982, lines 26 and 45, for Coreville and Coleville read Coveville.

Page 984, line 45, for Coleville read Coveville.

Page 986, line 6, for Glen St. read Glen St., Glens Falls.

Page 987, line 6, transfer to year 1905.

Page 988, line 6, for guard-locks read guard-lock.

Page 992, line 8, for 20 read 2.

Page 1011, line 33, for Caneadea read Canadice.

Page 1019, line 26, for J. L. Whitbeck, read T. L. Witbeck.

Page 1023, line 38, insert 1890 at beginning of line.

Page 1023, line 44, for the river read improvements.


VOLUME II.

Page 1099, second line of table, third and fourth columns, for 29 and 30 3,553 + 96 read 30 and 31 2,684 + 53.

Page 1292, line 2, for 0,000 read $500,000.

Page 1349, line 13, for Also incomplete form read Also in incomplete form.

Page 1375, line 20, for eight on one to eleven on one read one on eight to one on eleven.

Page 1400, line 34, for $7,904,972 read $4,695,204.

Map of the Canals and Navigable Rivers of the United States and Canada, in pocket of Volume II, the Schuylkill canal, No. 51, Pennsylvania, should be shown in orange rather than red, indicating that it is an abandoned canal.


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