Permissions

Block quotations of text and several images used for this exhibit come from government and out-of-copyright publications. Images which are protected under copyright are reproduced with the permission of the copyright holder(s).

Photographs

Photographs from A Photo Album of Ohio's Canal Era, 1825-1913, are reproduced with the permission of the author, Jack Gieck, the publisher, Kent State University Press, and the individuals and organizations from which the photograph was obtained by Mr. Gieck, as follows:

-- in Section III: Building the Canal

"Lock 21" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 73 of the original publication.

"Lock 29, looking north" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 70 of the original publication.

"Five Miles Lock" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Roscoe Village Foundation. Page 17 of the original publication.

"Locks 26 and 27" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 99 of the original publication.

"Wild Turkey Lock" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 97 of the original publication.

"Cleveland's Weigh Lock" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and Mr. F. W. Trevorrow. Page 61 of the original publication.

"Sandy & Beaver Aqueduct" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 26 of the original publication.

"Ohio & Erie Aqueduct" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Roscoe Village Foundation. Page 23 of the original publication.

"Lock 29, looking north" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 70 of the original publication.

"Rocky Fork Culvert" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and Mr. F. W. Trevorrow. Page 29 of the original publication.

-- Section IV: The Canal Era

"Lock One and Canal Office" Jack Gieck, and Kent State University Press, Page 79 of the original publication.

"Lock 37, looking north" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 66 of the original publication.

"The Pinery, Mile 15" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and Mr. F. W. Trevorrow. Page 68 of the original publication.

"Negotiating a slackwater" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Canal Society of Ohio. Page 34 of the original publication.

"Industrial Valley" Jack Gieck, Kent State University Press, and the Summit County Historical Society. Page 250 of the original publication.

Maps and Atlases

-- in Section III: Building the Canal

A New Map of Ohio with its canals, roads and distances, by H. S. Tanner, ca. 1836, G4080 1836 .T3, is reproduced with permission of the Cleveland Public Library Map Collection.

-- in Section IV: The Canal Era

Sandy and Beaver Canal in Ohio, 1834, G4082.S26 1834 .S26x, is reproduced with permission of the Cleveland Public Library Map Collection.

"Office, Mills and Lumber Yard of Miller, Thomas & Co. Akron C.," and "3rd and 2nd Wards in Akron," both from Combination atlas map of Summit County, Ohio, compiled, drawn and published from personal examinations and surveys, Plate Numbers 72 and 60, G1398.S8 T3 1874, are reproduced with permission of the Cleveland Public Library Map Collection.


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