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The path between the seas the creation of the panama canal 1870 1914 david mccullough on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers the national book award winning epic chronicle of the creation of the panama canal a first rate drama of the bold and brilliant engineering feat that was filled with both tragedy and triumph. The path between the seas the creation of the panama canal 1870 1914 kindle edition by david mccullough download it once and read it on your kindle device pc phones or tablets. The national book award winning epic chronicle of the creation of the panama canal a first rate drama of the bold and brilliant engineering feat that was filled with both tragedy and triumph told by master historian david mccullough. The path between the seas the creation of the panama canal 1870 1914 1977 is a book by the american historian david mccullough published by simon schusterit won the us national book award in history the francis parkman prize the samuel eliot morison award and the cornelius ryan award. The idea of the panama canal dates back to 1513 when vasco nez de balboa first crossed the isthmusthe narrow land bridge between north and south america houses the panama canal a water passage between the atlantic and pacific oceans
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