Presentation Summary : The building of the Panama Canal took 34 years from the initial effort in 1880 to actually opening the canal in 1914. The building of the canal is considered one of ...
Source : http://www2.maxwell.syr.edu/plegal/eett/henrypp1.ppt
Presentation Summary : Why did the United States want to build the Panama Canal? What were the benefits? DO NOW: Take notes on the construction of the Panama Canal. Pgs. 704-706
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Presentation Summary : United States Justifications . Due to mosquitoes carrying yellow fever the US told Panama they would install a pure water supply and a modern sewage disposal
Source : http://mendham.wmrhsd.org/FACULTY_FILES/lweber/US%202%20Advanced/Unit%202%20-%20Imperialism/Period%208%20Presentations/Imperialism_in_Panama.pptx
Presentation Summary : America paid Panama $10 million a year for 10 miles of the canal. About every 20 years price was increased. The canal opened in 1914. How the U.S got involved
Source : http://mendham.wmrhsd.org/FACULTY_FILES/lweber/US%202%20Advanced/Unit%202%20-%20Imperialism/Period%205%20Presentations/Panama.pptx
Presentation Summary : Panama suffers from a huge degree of economic inequality. As previously mentioned, it’s GINI index is 51, the 17th worst in the world.
Source : http://teachers.lakesideschool.org/us/history/king/documents/Panama_4th.pptx
Presentation Summary : George Bush decides to invade Panama. In 1978 the United States agreed to give Panama control over the Panama canal. In 1989 Panama’s dictator General Manuel ...
Source : http://web.nsboro.k12.ma.us/algonquin/faculty/socialstudiesteachers/kellett/documents/GeorgeBushandtheinvasionofPanama.pptx
Presentation Summary : Panama is building a new larger set of locks to accommodate larger ships. Large ports, such as this one, are part of the the canal complex.
Source : http://www.csuchico.edu/~sbrady/355panamaonline.ppt
Presentation Summary : Tropical Diseases Research in Panama: Historical Perspectives and Current Opportunities Joel G. Breman, M.D., D.T.P.H. Fogarty International Center
Source : http://www.pitt.edu/~super7/18011-19001/18671.ppt
Presentation Summary : “The voyage (to California) by way of Cape Horn will occupy on an average, five or six months, while by the Isthmus route, the trip is accomplished in as many weeks!”
Source : http://dorman-data-digest.wikispaces.com/file/view/Panama+Canal.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Afro-Caribbean Diaspora in Panama. Professor Ifeoma C.K. Nwankwo. Dept. of English and Center for Latin American Studies
Source : http://www.vanderbilt.edu/clas/cms/wp-content/uploads/vfoa_clas_february_2011_real.pptx
Presentation Summary : Panama By: John Karrasch Form of Government Panama has a constitutional democracy. President Panama’s president is Martin TORRIJOS Espino (since September 1 2004 ...
Source : http://www.wikispaces.com/file/view/Panama.ppt
Presentation Summary : By, Haley Beckert
Source : http://mrangellclass.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/panama_3.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Panama Canal World Geography Class Notes Thinking Questions Study the Following Map Imagine that the Panama Canal does not exist Trace 2 possible sea routes from ...
Source : http://www.quia.com/files/quia/users/jsullivan14/The_Panama_Canal.ppt
Presentation Summary : The Panama Canal “The Land Divided…The World United” What is a canal? An artificial waterway used for trade, shipping, travel and irrigation.
Source : http://p1cdn4static.sharpschool.com/UserFiles/Servers/Server_8572542/File/Mr.%20Doherty/Week%2021/Lessson%205The%20Panama%20Canal.ppt
Presentation Summary : Pacific Anchorage. Entrance to the Canal. Panama Bunker Market. Andres Galavis. Melones . Oil. Terminal – Panama. Miami – October. 30th, 2012
Source : http://www.fswierz.com/Galavis.pptx
Presentation Summary : Theodore Roosevelt Teddy The Youngest President Years in Office September 14, 1901 to 1909 Political Party Theodore Roosevelt was a Republican. Who was his Vice ...
Source : http://ed.cadet.org/Curriculum/Strand_020/Strand_020_Technology/TA_20-T-2_Teddy_Roosevelt.ppt
Presentation Summary : Impacts Today. Important to Panama. Creates income and jobs. Helpful to the U.S. economy. Imports and exports travel through Canal. Handles 20% of U.S. imports from China
Source : http://sanyigohistory.wikispaces.com/file/view/The%20Panama%20Canal%20Project.pptx/524446038/The%20Panama%20Canal%20Project.pptx
Presentation Summary : Panama is an isthmus. An isthmus is a narrow strip of land which has water on each side and connects two larger bodies of land. 4. What is an isthmus?
Source : http://teacherweb.com/GA/TrickumMiddleSchool/Wester/Panama-Canal.pptx
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Source : http://teacherweb.com/RI/HenryBarnardSchool/Cannon/Final-T-Roosevelt.ppt
Presentation Summary : Gold Fields Gold! Gold from the ... Cape Horn Isthmus of Panama Overland Sea Route—Cape Horn Argonauts traveled by ship south along the Atlantic coast of the United ...
Source : http://www.ohv.parks.ca.gov/pages/22922/files/columbia-goldfieldroutes.pps
Presentation Summary : Mid-Century Panama City Beach Florida Slideshow Created by Hugh Rountree & Mike Snyder The Breakers Wayside Park The Silver Sands Motel Lifeguard at The Silver Sands ...
Source : http://1961bchs.org/PowerPt/Panama-City-Beach.pps
Presentation Summary : THOUGHTS ON THE PANAMA CANAL EXPANSION Bruce Lambert Executive Director Institute for Trade and Transportation Studies WHY EXPAND THE CANAL? Overall strong growth ...
Source : http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/planning/freight_planning/talking_freight/talkingfreight10_21_09bl.ppt