12 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for erie canal.
|Fri Jul 21, 2017||14A||Waterway whose construction began in Rome||Paolo Pasco|
|Mon Jan 26, 2015||3D||Albany-to-Buffalo waterway||Ian Livengood|
|Fri Jul 26, 2013||12D||Construction project that began in Rome||Brendan Emmett Quigley|
|Sat Dec 24, 2011||13D||The Seneca Chief was the first to travel its full length||Ned White|
|Fri Dec 10, 2010||55A||Early 19th-century engineering marvel||Elizabeth C. Gorski|
|Fri Aug 28, 2009||65A||Construction with many locks||David Quarfoot|
|Sat May 10, 2008||30D||Work on it began in Rome in 1817||Karen M. Tracey|
|Thu Sep 1, 2005||11D||It opened in 1825 (2)||Kevan Choset|
|Sat Jan 4, 2003||51A||The Seneca Chief was the first vessel to travel its entire length||Patrick Berry|
|Sat Aug 8, 1998||54A||It opened in 1825 (2)||Trip Payne|
|Fri May 29, 1998||28D||Clinton supported it||Fred Piscop|
|Fri Jun 7, 1996||35D||Clinton accomplishment||M. Jones|
4 results for ERIECANAL from Variety puzzles.
|Jul 17, 2011||acrostic||D||Clinton project kept well-locked (2 wds.)||Emily Cox & Henry Rathvon|
|Oct 4, 2009||diagramless||19A||It has locks in Lockport||Patrick Blindauer|
|Jun 11, 2000||diagramless||9D||Waterway with 82 locks||Frank Longo|
|Nov 1, 1998||diagramless||9A||DeWitt Clinton's waterway||Frank Longo|
9 results for ERIECANAL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.
|Wed Aug 11, 1993||34D||De Witt Clinton's pet project||Eugene T. Maleska||Maleska|
|Thu Jul 27, 1978||42A||Pet project of De Witt Clinton||A. J. Santora||Maleska|
|Wed Jun 7, 1978||31A||Storied waterway||William Lutwiniak||Maleska|
|Wed Dec 10, 1969||17A||Famous waterway.||Unknown||Weng|
|Fri Nov 8, 1968||28A||"Clinton's Big Ditch."||Unknown||Farrar|
|Wed Aug 23, 1967||37D||1825 waterway.||Leonard Sussman||Farrar|
|Thu Jun 13, 1963||34D||De Witt Clinton's achievement.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Sat Apr 25, 1953||36D||Albany to Buffalo.||Unknown||Farrar|
|Wed Dec 12, 1951||35D||DeWitt Clinton's project, opened in 1825.||Unknown||Farrar|