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These photos were scanned from the collection of T. Gibson Hobbs Jr of Lynchburg, who studied and lectured on the James River and Kanawha Canal (JRKC) for about thirty years. The JRKC connected Lynchburg to Richmond beginning in 1840 and lasting until after the Civil War. (The book by Hobbs, The Canal on the James, can be seen here)
PLEASE NOTE: These photos were gathered by Gibson Hobbs from many sources, and this site claims no ownership, nor does it grant permission to publish any of them. Such permission must be sought from the original source.
 

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