In celebration of the Erie Canal Bicentennial, The New York State Archives Partnership Trust

is proud to partner with Gallery5one in offering high quality reprints of select maps and photos from the NYS Archives. 

Proposed in 1808 and completed in 1825, New York's canal system links the waters of Lake Erie in the west to the Hudson River in the east.

An engineering marvel when it was built, some called it the Eighth Wonder of the World.

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View: DAVID VAUGHAN'S STATE OF NEW YORKView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: ALBANY COUNTYView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: VILLAGE OF BOONVILLEView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: GLENS FALLS FEEDER DAM
View: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: CITY OF SCHENECTADYView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: SARATOGA COUNTYView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: HERKIMER COUNTYView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: MONTGOMERY COUNTY
View: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: PHILLIP'S AQUEDUCTView: BUFFALO MAP DRAWINGView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: SCHENECTADY COUNTYView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: BLACK RIVER CANAL - HIGH AND LYONS FALLS
View: ERIE CANAL: OIL CREEK RESERVOIR, CUBA NYView: ERIE CANAL: VILLAGE OF BROCKPORTView: ERIE CANAL: CITY OF ROCHESTERView: ERIE CANAL: SCHENECTADY
View: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: BLACK RIVER CANALView: DAVID VAUGHAN'S ERIE CANAL: BOONVILLE AREAView: ERIE CANAL: ROCHESTERView: CLINTON SQUARE, DOWNTOWN SYRACUSE
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