|Other titles||Call for information relative to authority for government of Panama Canal Zone|
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Official Publications from the U.S. Government Publishing Office. The Panama Canal Related Publications Collection provides a digitized record of the official documents published by the Panama Canal Commission, its predecessor agencies, and other Federal agency publishers about the Panama Canal from the early 20th century through the ’s. the War he went to work for the Panama Canal as a secretary, and later for the Panama Government, where he became the Comptroller General at age 24 and served for the next seventeen years under various presidents of Panama. One of the incidents I strongly remember was a revolution in , when Memoirs of Panama and the Canal Zone By Frank A. Types of Special Immigrant Panama Canal Zone Employee; Citation. Employed by Employed at least Additional Requirements. INA (a)(27)(E) Panama Canal Company or Canal Zone government. One year on or prior to October 1, Lived in Panama Canal Zone on April 1, INA (a)(27)(F) U.S. Government in the Canal Zone. 15 years prior. records of the canal zone government and the panama canal company ; records relating to health conditions in the panama canal zone ; cartographic records (general) ; motion pictures (general) sound recordings (general) still pictures (general) ; administrative history.
Procedures for Securing a Handline Transit of the Panama Canal; Request for the Use of the Facilities of the Gatun Lake Recreational Center (GYC) (For Internet Explorer users Download Zip file) Request for Transit Booking (For Internet Explorer users Download Zip file) Safe Boarding Week - Inspection Checklist; Ship Due. The collection consists of an index and images of employee records (service history cards), sailing lists of contract laborers, and employee identification records (metal check cards and applications). This collection corresponds to NARA Record Group , Records of the Panama Canal, Index to applications for Photo Metal Checks, courtesy of the National Archives. The Panama Canal Authority (Spanish: Autoridad del Canal de Panamá (ACP)) is the agency of the government of Panama responsible for the operation and management of the Panama ACP took over the administration of the canal from the Panama Canal Commission, the joint US–Panama agency that managed the canal, on Decem , when the canal was handed over from the . Reverted Areas / Canal Zone. The Reverted Areas or former Canal Zone is comprised of 5 miles on either side of the Panama Canal. These areas pertained to the United States until their turn over along with the Panama Canal to Panamanians in December of
To learn more about the Panama Canal zone the site has information on FamilySearch. To begin searching the Panama Canal site place a surname in the search box. These records cover employment documents and sailing lists. Have some general information on the relative, such as full name, birth year and where they had lived. Our uncle, Robert B. Brown, worked in several positions for the U.S. government in the Canal Zone. His last position was as superintendent of the Cattle Industry of the Panama Canal. He died in , an accidental death, on Nov. 4, ; he fell down a . In the case files and in the marriage records found in Records of the Panama Canal Zone (Record Group ), researchers may find an unexpected source of genealogical information. The Panama Canal Act of (37 Stat. ) established the Panama Canal Zone as a permanent organization that assumed governmental functions. Other articles where Panama Canal Treaty is discussed: Panama Canal: Treaties governing the canal’s international status: The Panama Canal Treaty was signed on September 7 of that year by Gen. Omar Torrijos Herrera of Panama and Pres. Jimmy Carter of the United States. It terminated all prior treaties between the United States and Panama concerning the canal and abolished the Canal Zone..