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Outline I. Introduction II. Early Plans III. Panamanian Land IV. French Canal V. United States Intervention VI. The Canal: Today and its Future VII. Conclusion VIII. Bibliography
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Bibliography Charles Small, Military Railroads on the Panama Canal Zone, 2nd ed. (n.p.: Railroads Monographs, 1983). Julie Greene, The Canal Builders, ed. Arthur Schlesinger (Fresno, California: The Penguin Press, 2009). Mathew Parker, Panama Fever: The Epic Story of one of the Greatest Human achievements of all time- The Building of the Panama Canal (London: Doubleday, 2007). Michael Conniff, Panama and the United States: The Forced Alliance, ed. Lester Langley (Athens,
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Unformatted text preview: Georgia: The University of Georgia Press, 1992). • Miles Percy Du Val, And Mountains Will Move: the story of the Building of the Panama Canal. (New York: Stanford University Press, 1947). • Panama Canal Authority Technical Resources Center and Corporate Communications Divisions. ”History of the Panama Canal: French and American Construction Efforts.” Autoridad del Canal de Panama (2001). • Walter Lafaber, The Panama Canal: The Crisis in Historical Perspective, 3rd ed.(New York: Oxford University Press, 1978). • William Jorden, Panama Odyssey (Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1984)....
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