Panama Canal Essay | The Building of the Panama Canal

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The Building of the Panama Canal

Summary: The building of the Panama Canal and the effects of Theodore Roosevelt's direct involvement in the process.
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The purpose of my essay is to convey to the reader the purpose and process of the building of the Panama Canal. I believe that this essay is important to us today because if we did not have the Panama Canal our Naval force would not be nearly as powerful. In the essay you will learn how the United States aided the building of this canal and how it led us to be the most powerful and controlling Navy on the seas. The Canal is very important and I hope that you enjoy my essay.

Basically the entire process of building the Panama Canal began about 1869 with president Grant. He ordered hired workers to survey and map out three possible routes for a man-made canal to be built across the Panama Isthmus. The first survey that was conducted was observed in Tehuantepec, Mexico...

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