Burlington Bay Canal

Burlington Bay Canal
   An open cut across a sand-bar at the entrance of Burlington Bay, designed to enable vessels to reach the city of Hamilton from the lake. It was authorized by the Legislature, 1823, and completed, 1832. Enlarged, 1841.
   Index: BL Provision made for by government in 1841, 98.

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