The Morris Canal was a 107-mile (172-km) canal across northern New Jersey in the United States. In use from the late 1820s to the 1920s, it stretched from ...
Learn about the history of the Morris Canal, sites were you can visit remnants of the Morris Canal like the Jim and Mary Lee Museum, and the Morris Canal Greenway ...
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History and heritage in Northwest New Jersey Skylands: Walking The Morris Canal: Ledgewood, Byram, Stanhope, Waterloo, Saxton Falls
In 1836 the extension of the Morris Canal into Jersey City at Little Basin from Newark was completed, making it the eastern terminus of the canal.
View the Latest Morris Canal Greenway Video produced by the NJTPA " Field Guide to the Morris Canal" now available here . Waterloo Canal Day & Canal Heritage Days ...
In the early 1830s the Morris Canal opened across northern New Jersey, from Phillipsburg on the Delaware River to Newark, and later to Jersey City on the Hudson River.
Learn about the history of the Morris Canal from Morris Canal historian James Lee, author of The Morris Canal - A Photographic History and Tales the Boatmen Told.
Morris Canal Greenway. 373 likes · 7 talking about this. The Passaic County Planning Board adopted a plan to create a Greenway along the Morris Canal...
In the 1820's, when the new country was expanding and beginning to develop its natural resources, there was great enthusiasm for artificial waterways to transport ...