The Economic Impact of the St. Lawrence-Great Lakes Seaway on Great Lakes States, Chicago, Muskegon and Michigan Industry
Swenson, Duncan Lash
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It is the purpose of this project to review the hoped-for objectives of the Seaway as they were projected before its official opening on June 26, 1959; and to compare these predictions with its actual performance and impact on the North American Mid-Continent. This region served by the Seaway is defined as the North Central Census district in the United States (including Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, If1inois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota and the two Dakotas) and settled sections of the provinces of Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Parts of New York and Pennsylvania are also in the Seaway territory.
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