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Panama Canal. After the Panama disaster, two men, an American and a Frenchman, came forward to persuade America to carry on building, and make a treaty with Colombia for rights over the canal. The Colombians arrived at Colon and demanded transport to Panama. They were given a coach and engine but when they arrived in Panama they were arrested. Original artwork for Look and Learn issue no 933 (8 December 1979).

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