Chesapeake and Delaware Canal: Gateway to the World
Special | 28m 3s
The little-known but fascinating story of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, a critically-important 14-mile long trade route used extensively by international shipping. The Canal's construction in the early 1800's was a major catalyst to Baltimore's booming growth as a major inland port, providing a money-saving shortcut between the port of Baltimore and points north.
Aired: 04/22/19Video has closed captioning.