The Path Between the Seas tells the story of how the aquatic passageway was built uniting the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. More than 400 years passed for this dream to be completed against all odds. The book details people, places and events in 698 pages with 80 photographs, two maps and extensive source references.
This book is so important, that the United States President Jimmy Carter said the Senate would have not passed the treaties giving Panama control of the canal if it had not been for McCullough’s book. Members of both sides quoted the book often, letting know history can be interpreted in many ways.
The Path Between the Seas is the #1 book on Panama history on Amazon. This book is available in many different formats including Kindle, audiobook, hardcover and paperback.
Those who visit can live the real experience and do a Panama Canal transit.