Wh o h a s b e e n t o C a p e C o d ?
T h e n y o u h a v e b e e n o v e r t h e b i g b r i d g e ,
o v e r t h e c a n...
CONFU Notice
• Certain materials are included under the fair use
exemption of the U.S. copyright law and have been
prepare...
What part of Massachusetts is
Cape Cod?
Billerica
Boston
Cape Cod
Do you see why people would not want to
sail around Cape Cod?
Bourne Bridge to the Cape
Cape Cod Canal cuts through!
It makes a shorter route.
Canal
So what is a canal?
• This definition is from m-w.com:
• “An artificial waterway for navigation or for draining
or irrigat...
Middlesex Canal
• It ran through Billerica
• 1793 to 1853
• There are canals throughout Lowell
• Does anyone go to Cape Co...
Middlesex Canal sign
Faulkner Mill Pond
Works Cited
• Slide 2 - source unknown
• Slide 3 - source unknown
• Slide 4 – Wikimedia.org
• Slide 5 – wikitravel.org
• S...
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Lesson plan created by Christine Donoghue, July-August, 2013, as part of the NEH “Inventing America” seminar, Lowell, Massachusetts

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  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Cape_Cod_Canal_-_Bourne_Bridge.jpg
  • Wikitravel.org
  • Historic American Engineering Record plan of the two level Lowell Canal System in 1836.Source: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery.
  • Historic American Engineering Record plan of the two level Lowell Canal System in 1848Source: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery.
  • Mass GIS orthophoto of Lowell todaySource: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery.
  • Merrimack River and the NH lakes that feed it. – map by Pat MaloneSource: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery.
  • Canals presentation

    1. 1. Wh o h a s b e e n t o C a p e C o d ? T h e n y o u h a v e b e e n o v e r t h e b i g b r i d g e , o v e r t h e c a n a l … Canals
    2. 2. CONFU Notice • Certain materials are included under the fair use exemption of the U.S. copyright law and have been prepared according to the educational multi- media fair use guidelines are restricted from further use.
    3. 3. What part of Massachusetts is Cape Cod?
    4. 4. Billerica Boston Cape Cod Do you see why people would not want to sail around Cape Cod?
    5. 5. Bourne Bridge to the Cape
    6. 6. Cape Cod Canal cuts through! It makes a shorter route. Canal
    7. 7. So what is a canal? • This definition is from m-w.com: • “An artificial waterway for navigation or for draining or irrigating land”
    8. 8. Middlesex Canal • It ran through Billerica • 1793 to 1853 • There are canals throughout Lowell • Does anyone go to Cape Cod? The bridges go over the Cape Cod Canal
    9. 9. Middlesex Canal sign
    10. 10. Faulkner Mill Pond
    11. 11. Works Cited • Slide 2 - source unknown • Slide 3 - source unknown • Slide 4 – Wikimedia.org • Slide 5 – wikitravel.org • Slide 8 - Historic American Engineering Record plan of the two level Lowell Canal System in 1836. Source: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery. • Slide 9 - Historic American Engineering Record plan of the two level Lowell Canal System in 1848 Source: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery. • Slide 10 - Mass GIS orthophoto of Lowell today Source: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery. • Slide 11- Merrimack River and the NH lakes that feed it. – map by Pat Malone Source: Pat Malone’s presentation July 15, 2013, Lowell, MA, as part of the NEH class called “Inventing America.” Presentation called: Harnessing the Merrimack River: Lowell’s Dams, Canals, Powerhouses and Machinery. • Slide 12 - photos taken by author of this presentation • Slide 13 – photos taken by author of this presentation • Lesson plan created by Christine Donoghue, July-August, 2013, as part of the NEH “Inventing America” seminar, Lowell, Massachusetts

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