Definition of Erie Canal in English:

Erie Canal

Syllabification: E·rie Ca·nal
A historic canal that connects the Hudson River at Albany in eastern New York with the Niagara River and the Great Lakes. Opened in 1825, it spurred the growth of New York City. Today it is chiefly recreational.

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