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SOURCES FOR IMAGES
1. Gause, Frank A. and Charles C. Carr. The story of Panama: the new route to India. New York: Burdett and Co., 1912. Print
2. Franck, Harry A. Things as they are in Panama. London: T.F. Urwin, 1913.
3. Maduro, I.L. Jnr. Souvenir of the Panama Canal a pictorial history containing the most important photographs ever published of the Panama Canal and Republic of Panama. Panama: I.L. Maduro Jnr., 191?.