Talk:Leiper Canal

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Page rationale[edit]

I've been working on the whole system of Pennsylvania canals, of which the Leiper Canal is one of the tiniest parts. I created a Pennsylvania Canal page a couple of days ago; it has a complete list of the public and private canals in the state. My long-range goal is to write articles for each of the missing pieces. Some of the bigger pieces such as the Main Line of Public Works and the Pennsylvania Canal (Delaware Division) were already done by others, and I've done a couple of the missing bigger pieces like the Beaver and Erie Canal. The remaining pieces are admittedly smaller, but they are intended to complete the larger picture. I'm being careful to cite sources for any data that I include in these articles. Please add more details if you have reliable sources. Finetooth 04:37, 12 November 2007 (UTC)

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