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y byn t4are ,those of ..Panama Bay: The coast, Th ejic tides here reach the. height of twenty feet ui
ne .of the l of Panama reaches off in a long curve r idat low tide vessels a quarter of a mile off-shore
at our left-to job te coast of Colombia beyond the horiz- arek. traded on the flats.
on straight ahead- The open ocean is of course off at r ,
our right lwest). T4ie most populous and prosperous partn Fn-Notes ravel No. 40, copyright by Underwood
of the little repubbe, outside the two towns of Panama Und wood.
here and Colon on the Atlantic Coast, is the farming --.--
region along the Pacific Coast westward,-right-between
there and Costa Rica.
re and Costa Rica. *..1 TThe city of aama and its harbor on the Pacific.
We do not see at this moment quite the whole extentama ad its harbor o the Pacific.
of the town; it reaches somewhat farther westward.'
There are upwards of 30,000 people living here and the Ville ec port de Panama, sur l OcL6n Pacifique.
tendency is for the place to grow as work on the Canal ., n
progresses. Cclon at the Atlantic end of the' Canal is Stabt 3Panaira utb ifir 'Dafen am Stiflen Osean.
forty seven miles distant (by ;rlway) behind us at the
northwest. The Pacific end oi "i.e Canal at La Boca is a La ciu, ana. .u hahfa en el Pacifico.
mile or two off at our ight (west) beyond the city, the
Canal haiiiben constructed to take advantage of the S ...vid Stilla hafvet.
-;..natural valley of the Rio Grand.. Sta".. .'a i. vid'Stilla ha.
-The "best business and residence districts of the city are
:^that section at the right, near te two-towered cathe- ropo, L :. ero ra-ib .aa TMxoMi 0Kea.
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