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1890

Ammen, Daniel. The Nicaragua canal. (Lippincott's magazine. Philadelphia, 1890. 8°. v. 46, p. 349–359.) * DA

Atkins, Thomas B. The inter-oceanic canal across Nicaragua and the attitude toward it of the government of the United States. By Thos. B. Atkins, secretary of the Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua. [New York: New York Printing Company, 1890.1 56 p. 8°. TSB p.v.74, no.14

Report on the tonnage and traffic within the zone of attraction of the maritime canal of Nicaragua, in 1890, and as estimated for 1897... New York: New York Printing Company, 1890. 27 p. 8°.

TSB p.v.74, no.15

Harvey, Charles T. Special report on data relating to the Maritime Canal, of Nicaragua, and the regions tributary there

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New York: Maritime Canal Company, 1890. 1 p.l., 5-53 p., 3 diagrs., 5 maps, 5 pl. 8°. TSB p.v.24, no.16

Judson, William Pierson. From the west and northwest to the sea by way of the Nicaragua ship canal. [New York: Evening Post Job Print, 1890., 24 p., 1 map. 8°. TSB p.v.62, no.5

Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua. The maritime ship canal of Nicaragua.] New York, 1890., 17(1) p., 3 maps, 1 pl. TSB p.v.24, no.21

Menocal, Anicito G. The Nicaragua canal. Its design, final location, and work accomplished. 1890. Read at the Fourth International Congress on Inland Navigation, Manchester, July, 1890. New York: New York Printing Company, 1890. 29 p. TSB p.v.84, no.7

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Merry, William L. The Nicaragua canal. n. p. [1890. 6 p. 8°. TSB p.v.65, no.3 Repr.: California banker's magazine, Oct., 1890.

1891

Ammen, Daniel. The Nicaragua canal. (In his: The old navy and the new. Philadelphia, 1891. 8°. p. 474–498.) *R-VYE Harvey, Charles T. The Nicaragua canal. map. illus. (Cosmopolitan. New York, 1891. 8°. v. 10, p. 676-684.) * DA Hueston, J. C. The Nicaragua canal. map. (Goldthwaite's geographical magazine. New York, 1891. 8°. v. 1, p. 105110.) KAA Nicaragua canal. (Chambers's journal. London, 1891. 8°. v. 68, p. 86-89.) * DA

Nicaragua canal. (Engineer. London, 1891. f. v. 71, p. 459-460; v. 72, p. 2-4, 123-124, 373-374, 433-434.) †† VA

Nicaragua canal. (Industries. London, 1891. f°. v. 10, p. 289-290, 361-364, 420, 481-482, 532-533, 556–557.) †† VA

Nicaragua Canal Construction Company. The inter-oceanic canal of Nicaragua: its history, physical condition, plans and prospects. New York, 1891. 75, 88 p., 2 maps, TSB 10 pl., 1 table. 4°.

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Nicaragua Route, continued.
Special Periods, continued.

Cudmore, Patrick. Buchanan's conspiracy, the Nicaragua canal and reciprocity. New York: P. J. Kenedy, 1892. 127(1) p., 1 port. 12°. TSB p.v.25, no.7 Davis, George W. Nicaragua canal. 1 pl. (Franklin Institute. Journal. Philadelphia, 1892. 8°. v. 134, p. 1-20, 109-131.)

VA Davis, Horace. The Nicaragua canal. (Overland monthly. San Francisco, 1892. 8°. series 2, v. 19, p. 247-252.) * DA

Gunn, Otis B. The Nicaragua canal. 1 diagr. (Association of Engineering Societies. Journal. Chicago, 1892. 8°. V. 11, p. 447-463.) VDA

The Interoceanic canal. (Bureau of American Republics. Bulletin. Washington, 1892. 8°. no. 51, p. 42-55, 105-108.)

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Merry, William L. The Nicaragua canal; its political aspect. (Forum. New York, 1892. 8°. v. 12, p. 721-728.) * DA

Miller, Warner. The Nicaragua canal and commerce. (Forum. New York, 1892. 8°. v. 12, p. 714-720.) *DA Proceed

Nicaragua Canal Convention. ings of the Nicaragua Canal Convention held at St. Louis, Mo., in the Exposition Music Hall on the 2nd and 3rd days of June, 1892. [St. Louis?) 1892. 75(1) p. 8°.

TSB p.v.24, no.11

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toward the United States. (Technical Society of the Pacific Coast. Transactions. San Francisco, 1893. 8°. v. 10, p. 121–148.)

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Miller, Warner. America's need for the Nicaragua maritime canal. (Engineering magazine. New York, 1893. 8°. v. 4, p. 799-807.) VDA

Montague, G. P. The Nicaragua canal and legislation in connection with it. map. (American law review. St. Louis, 1893. 8°. v. 27, p. 161-174.) ХАА

Morgan, John Tyler. Government aid to the Nicaragua canal. (North American review. New York, 1893. 8°. v. 156, p. 195– 203.) * DA

Nicaragua canal. (Engineering. London, 1893. f°. v. 55, p. 209-210, 243-245, 276-277, 436-438, 605–607.) †† VDA

Smith, George H. Nicaragua canal legislation. (American law review. St. Louis, 1893. 8°. v. 27, p. 475-478.) ХАА

Vom Nicaragua-Kanal. (Archiv für Post und Telegraphie. Berlin, 1893. 8°. Bd. 21, p. 673-675.) TVA

1894

De Kalb, Courtenay. The Nicaragua canal ours or England's? (Forum. New York, 1894. 8°. v. 16, p. 690-695.) * DA

De Kalb, Courtenay, and others. The Nicaragua canal. Its political relations and commercial advantages. Addresses delivered at the Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress, Saint Louis, Nov. 28, 1894. n. t.-p. St. Louis: E. J. Schuster Printing Co., 1895. 27 p. 8°. TSB p.v.81, no.12

Title from cover. Hamilton, William R. canal in its military aspects. vice Institution. Journal. 8°. v. 15, p. 687-725.)

The Nicaragua (Military SerNew York, 1894. VWA

Merry, William L. The Nicaragua canal; its political aspect. (Overland monthly. San Francisco, 1894. 8°. series 2, v. 23, p. 497–501.) * DA

Scriven, George Percival. The Nicaragua canal in its military aspects. (Military Service Institution. Journal. New York, 1894. 8°. v. 15, p. 1-51.) VWA

Sherwood, G. W. The Nicaragua canal. (Franklin Institute. Journal. Philadelphia, 1894. 8°. v. 139, p. 425–438.) VA

Wachs, Otto. Die Zukunft Westindiens und der Nicaragua-Kanal. (Deutsche Rundschau. Berlin, 1894. 8°. Bd. 79, p. 231261.) *DF

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Ford, J. T. A proposed new location for a Nicaragua ship canal. 1 map. (Engineering news. New York, 1896. f°. v. 36, p. 108-109.) †† VDA

Going, Charles B. The absence of facts about the Nicaragua canal. (Engineering magazine. New York, 1896. 8°. v. 11, p. 416-424.) VDA

Greely, Adolphus Washington. The present state of the Nicaragua canal. (National geographic magazine. Washington, 1896. 8°. v. 7, p. 73–76.) KAA

Johnson, Emory Richard. The Nicaragua canal and the economic development of the United States. Philadelphia: the academy, 1896. 38-48 p. 8°. (American Academy of Political and Social Science. Publications. no. 166.) TSB p.v.62, no.4 Repr.: Annals, v. 7, p. 38-48, SA.

Miller, Jacob William. The advantages of the Nicaragua route. Philadelphia: the academy, 1896. 32-37 p. 8°. (American Academy of Political and Social Science. Publications. no. 165.) TSB p.v.62, no.2 Repr.: Annals, v. 7, p. 32-37, SA.

The Nicaragua canal estimates. (Engineering. London, 1896. f°. v. 61, p. 580581.) †† VDA Nimmo, Joseph, the younger. The Nicaragua canal. Washington, 1896. n. t.-p. 7 p. 8°. TSB p.v.56, no.7

"This statement has been prepared in reply to inquiries from all parts of the country touching my views in regard to the Nicaragua canal project. A carefully prepared article covering all points raised in the proposed resolution of inquiry may be found in the Forum for March, 1896."

The Nicaragua canal an impracticable scheme. (Forum. New York, 1896. 8°. v. 21, p. 21-33.) * DA

Polakowsky, Helmuth. Der NicaraguaKanal. (Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin. Zeitschrift. Berlin, 1896. 8°. Bd. 31, KAA p. 373–385.)

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Crowninshield, A. S. The dream of navigators. (North American review. New York, 1897. 8°. v. 165, p. 695-700.) * DA

Le Baron, John Francis. Surveying in Nicaragua. Experiences in work on the interoceanic canal; location, climatic peculiarities, animal and insect pests. (Engineering record. New York, 1897. fo. v. 35, p. 444-446.) †† VDA

Nicaragua ports and the Nicaragua canal. (Board of Trade journal. London, 1897. 8°. v. 22, p. 422-425.)

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Sobral, José Gutiérrez. A Spanish view of the Nicaragua canal. (North American review. New York, 1897. 8°. v. 164, p. 462-471.) * DA

1898

Johnson, Emory Richard. The Nicaragua canal and our commercial interests. 1 map. (Review of reviews. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 18, p. 571-576.) * DA

Keasbey, Lindley Miller. The Nicaragua canal in the light of present politics. (Review of reviews. New York, 1898. 8°. V. 18, p. 568-570.) * DA

Nicaragua Route, continued.
Special Periods, continued.

Mahan, Thaddeus M. Needed link for our naval and commercial supremacy. (Illustrated American. New York, 1898. 4°. v. 22, p. 805–807.) * DA

Melville, George Wallace. Views... as to the strategic and commercial value of the Nicaraguan canal, the future control of the Pacific ocean, the strategic value of Hawaii, and its annexation to the United States. Washington: Gov. Prtg. Off., 1898. 33 p. 8°. TSB p.v.63, no.6

Miller, Warner. The Nicaragua canal. (Forum. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 26, p. 331-342.) * DA Money, Hernando De Soto. The Nicaragua canal. (Munsey's magazine. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 18, p. 747-752.) * DA

Nicaragua bill. - Plain words about the Morgan bill for purchasing the Nicaragua canal. (Engineering news. New York, 1898. fo. v. 40, p. 377–378.) †† VDA

The Nicaragua canal. (Gunton's magazine. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 15, p. 48-55.) TAA

The Nicaragua canal; the gateway between the oceans. Published by authority of the Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco. San Francisco: Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, 1898. 23(1) p. 8°.

TSB p.v.24, no.13

Nimmo, Joseph, the younger. National influence and the isthmian canal. Reply to L. M. Haupt. (Engineering magazine. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 15, p. 720-726.) VDA

The Nicaragua canal. Investigate before investing. An earnest plea for a thorough and impartial official investigation of the economic, commercial, military and political aspects of the Nicaragua canal. Washington, D. C.: R. H. Darby, 1898. vi, 44 p., 1 1. 8°. TSB p.v.24, no.2

The Nicaragua canal in its commercial and military aspects. (Engineering magazine. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 15, p. 720-726.) VDA

Noble, Alfred. Some engineering features of the Nicaragua canal. 4 pl., 1 port. (Western Society of Engineers. Journal. Chicago, 1898. 8°. v. 3, p. 771-788.) VDA

Spahr, Charles B. The Nicaragua canal: a review. (Outlook. New York, 1898. 8°. * DA v. 60, p. 431-435.)

Stadden, Corry Montague. The latest aspects of the Nicaragua canal project. (North American review. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 167, p. 698–709.)

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Turpie, David. Projects for an isthmian canal. (Harper's magazine. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 96, p. 351–358.) * DA

In condensed form in Review of reviews, New York, v. 17, p. 207-208, * DA.

Willey, Day Allen. The Nicaragua canal. (Chautauquan. Meadville, Pa., 1898. 8°. v. 28, p. 147-151.) * DA

Yglesias, Rafael. Costa Rica and the great canal. (Independent. New York, 1898. 8°. v. 50, p. 1841-1842.) * DA

1899

Berwick, Edward. A western view of the isthmian canal. (Outlook. New York, 1899. 8°. v. 61, p. 186-187.) * DA

Corea, Luis F. Nicaragua. The interoceanic canal. Remarks at the Interoceanic Commercial Congress at Philadelphia. (Bureau of American Republics. Monthly bulletin. Washington, 1899. 8°. v. 7, p. 843-847.) TLA

In English and Spanish.

Crowninshield, A. S. Advantages of the Nicaragua canal. (Century magazine. New York, 1899. 8°. v. 57, p. 458-466.) * DA

Davis, Arthur Powell. Nicaragua and the isthmian routes. illus. (National geographic magazine. Washington, 1899. 8°. v. 10, p. 247-266.) KAA

Earle, E. Lyell. Nicaragua, the gateway to the Pacific. (Donahoe's magazine. Boston, 1899. 8°. v. 42, p. 1–11.) * DA

Estudios sobre el canal de Nicaragua. 1 map. (Revista general de marina. Madrid, 1899. 8°. v. 44, p. 318-338, 465-485.) VXA

Haupt, Lewis Muhlenberg. The Nicaragua canal. (Scientific American supplement. New York, 1899. f°. v. 47, p. 19440.) †† VA

Hayes, Charles Willard. Physiography and geology of region adjacent to the Nicaragua canal route. 1 map, 2 pl. (Geological Society of America. Bulletin. Rochester, 1899. 8°. v. 10, p. 285-348.) KAA Physiography of the Nicaragua canal route. 3 maps. (National geographic magazine. Washington, 1899. 8°. v. 10. p. 233-246.)

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The Hepburn bill for a Nicaragua canal. (Engineering news. New York, 1899. fo. v. 41, p. 89-90.) †† VDA

Hunter, William Henry. A review of the Nicaragua canal scheme. (In his:

American isthmus and the interoceanic canal. New York, 1899. 8°. p. 20–39.) TSB p.v.74, no.10 Repr.: Engineering magazine, v. 16, p. 972-990.

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The water supply for the Nicaragua canal. (National geographic magazine. Washington, 1900. 8°. v. 11, p. 363–365.) KAA

Hayes, Charles Willard. An assumed inconstancy in the level of Lake Nicaragua; a question of permanency of the Nicaragua canal. (National geographic magazine. Washington, 1900. 8°. v. 11, p. 156-161.) KAA

Reprinted, in condensed form, in Engineering magazine, v. 19, p. 437-439, VDA; also abstracted in Scientific American supplement, v. 49, p. 20337, †† VA.

Heilprin, Angelo. The Nicaragua canal in its geographical and geological relations. 1 map, 5 pl. (Geographical Society of Philadelphia. Bulletin. Philadelphia, 1900. 8°. v. 2, p. 87–107.) KAA

Hepburn, William P. The Nicaragua canal. (Independent. New York, 1900. 8°. * DA v. 52, p. 294-296.)

Huntington, C. P. The Nicaragua canal. Would it pay the United States to construct it? Remarks...at the seventh annual banquet of the Chamber of Commerce of Galveston, Texas, March 16, 1900. n. p., 1900. 16 p. 8°. TSB p.v.24, no.12

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Seizure of property of the Maritime Canal Company. (Outlook. York, 1900. 8°. v. 65, p. 844-845.) * DA

Shrinkage of Lake Nicaragua. (Scientific American supplement. New York, 1900. f. v. 39, p. 20397-20398.) †† VA

Simmons, William E. The Nicaragua canal. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1900. 5 p.l., 334 p., 1 1., 1 pl., 1 port. 8°. TSB Nicaragua route. New York, 1900. VDA

Topography of the (Engineering magazine. 8°. v. 19, p. 917-919.)

Wheeler, E. S. The topography of the Nicaragua canal route, and the plans and estimated cost of constructing the canal. (Engineering news. New York, 1900. f°. v. 44, p. 21-25.) †† VDA

1901

Heilprin, Angelo. The shrinkage of Lake Nicaragua; a question of permanency of the proposed Nicaragua canal. (Geographical Society of Philadelphia. Bulletin. Philadelphia, 1901. 8°. v. 3, p. 1-12.) KAA

The water supply of Lake Nicaragua; a reply to criticisms by the hydrographer of the Nicaragua Canal Commis

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