Red, white, and blue paradise: The American Canal Zone in Panama
Here is an thorough and impassioned account of America's Canal adventure, beginning in 1904 with the arrival of the first American Roughnecks in the 'Panama graveyard' and ending the day the last vestige of American authority on the Canal Zone was abolished seventy five years later.
Specifications of Red, white, and blue paradise: The American Canal Zone in Panama
|Author||Herbert Knapp, Mary L. Knapp|
|Publisher||Harcourt Brace Jovanovich|
|Number Of Pages||306|
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