Gabylovesyou
Which event led to widespread canal building in the U.S.?
discovery of gold
opening the Erie Canal <------ correct?
improvement of the lock system
joining the Transcontinental Railroad
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Gabylovesyou
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I have no clue you may be right
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let me just make sure lol @Agent_Sniffles
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I thought it was A
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lmfaooo XD .......
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Idk ;P
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it was mainly due to increase efficiency in transportation, in response to growing demands of traffic, that canal was proposed
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but, yes. you are generally correct since it was the success of the Erie Canal that led to the spread of canal building
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yaay me :) thanks
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it was probably that our government realized that in order to increase commerce is to make transportation feasible as possible that they finally agreed to construct canals. better commerce, better economy, and better economy we have better livelihood.
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thank you :)
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done
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your testimonial will be greatly appreciated :)