The Delaware City Main Street program is sponsored a Delaware Humanities Forum talk on the history of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012 at the town community center (the library building) at 7 p.m.. The ancient waterway has many fascinating stories waiting to be told and this free program will share many of those with the audience. During a lively, slide-illustrated talk, you will discover the role of the mule-drawn barges, locks, steamboats, and changes methods of transportation since the establishment of the canal.
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