Table of Contents

Title Page
The Canals
The Canaller
The Future Of The Canaller
Table 5 Tabulation of Owners and Canallers
Table of Illustrations

1 "Canada, an Encyclopedia of the Country," 1900.

2 "The Canadian Canals," by William Kingsford, Rollo & Adam, Toronto, Canada, 1865.

3 "Canals of Canada," Department of Transport. Canada, 1953.

4 "Freshwater," by G. A. Cuthbertson,Toronto, Canada, Macmillan Company, 1931.

5 "The Welland Ship Canal," Department of Railways and Canals, Canada (now Department of Transport), 1933.

6 The "Montreal Star" files 1880 to 1955.

7 "Report for 1867," Montreal Board of Trade.

8 "Lloyd's Register," London, England, and New York, N. Y., from 1873 to 1955.

9 "Motor Ship and Motor Boat," 1910-1912.

10 "Inland Seas," Journal of the Great Lakes Historial Society, Summer, 1948.

11 "Marine Engineer," 1932.

12 "Canal Statistics," Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Canada, 1954; also for general reference-"Steam Navigation," by James Croil, and, Canada Steamship Lines Marine Historical Collection.


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This paper was presented at a meeting of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and is reproduced with permission.