Statistics for occurrence #1 of “city of New York” in entry erie-canal-the of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:

...d to the sea, and the governor poured a keg of the water of Lake Erie into the Atlantic Ocean. The canal was constructed at a cost of $7, 602,000. Untold wealth has been won for the State and the city of New York by its operations, directly and indirectly. Over its bosom have floated the products of the Northwestern States and Territories, valued at billions of dollars. Up to 1901 the canal had cost for...
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