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Benjamin Henry Latrobe, ''Plan of the Washington Canal, No. 1'', February 5, 1804, in John W. Reps, ''Monumental Washington, The Planning and Development of the Capital Center'' (1967), fig. 17. Original plan at Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
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Benjamin Henry Latrobe, “Plan of the Washington Canal, No. 1,February 5, 1804, in John W. Reps, ''Monumental Washington, The Planning and Development of the Capital Center'' (1967), fig. 17. Original plan at Library of Congress, Washington, DC.

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Benjamin Henry Latrobe, “Plan of the Washington Canal, No. 1,” February 5, 1804, in John W. Reps, Monumental Washington, The Planning and Development of the Capital Center (1967), fig. 17. Original plan at Library of Congress, Washington, DC.

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