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  • Chenango Union (Norwich, NY), Wed., May 21, 1874
        Superintendent Bennett, informs us that there has been a large amount of work done on the Chenango canal this spring, slush snow that prevailed during the month of April, in order that the canal might be ready on the 5th of May, the day appointed for the opening of navigation. ...
      Superintendent Bennett, informs us that there has been a large amount of ...
  • Chenango Union (Norwich, NY), May 11, 1876
        The Utica Herald learns from Commissioner Walrath, that the Chenango Canal will not be opened this season, as the Legislature made no appropriation for that purpose. A number of boats are lying in this vicinity, waiting for permission to move - one of them from the south, loaded with ...
      The Utica Herald learns from Commissioner Walrath, that the Chenango Canal will ...
  • Chenango Union (Norwich, NY), Thurs., June 1, 1876
        The Canal to be Opened At a meeting of the Canal Board held at Albany n Wednesday of last week, it was decided to open the Chenango Canal for navigation, June 15th. In announcing this gratifying result of the deliberation of the Board, the Utica Herald of Thursday ...
      The Canal to be Opened At a meeting of the Canal Board ...
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