Letter of J.L. Williams on location and progress of Union Pacific railroad
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Published by [s.n.] in Fort Wayne, Ind .
Written in English


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SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 548, no. 5495.
ContributionsWilliams, J.L.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination6 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17471550M
OCLC/WorldCa14991796

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J. L. Williams report on rails, 3/5/ Contract application by John M. Patton, 3/6/66 + Profiles, routes across Black Hills. Lodge Pole, Crow Creek and Cache LaPadre Creek (out of sequence) Patent for Treble Railway Track, E. R. Cromelien, April 3, J. L. Williams report on surveys to Durant (copy)File Size: KB. John Insley Blair was a businessman who invested heavily in railroads, eventually becoming president of sixteen railroad companies and a director of many more. This collection consists of a large number of letters written to or by Blair and his business associates; and business-related documents, including tax records, bills of lading, invoices, receipts, checks, proposals for railroad. Full text of "Reorganization of the Northern Pacific Railroad March 16th, To the Holders of the BONDS and STOCKS issued or guaranteed by the NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY: The property of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company comprises, in various forms of ownership and control, A Railway System of 4, miles; A Land Grant of. The whole of Merrick County was included this time, and their work of destruction seems to have put a quietus upon the successful cultivation of corn for some time. As most of the then population was employed by the Union Pacific Railroad Company, in one way or another, the suffering on account of the failure of the crop was not intense.

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Due to the regulatory environment in the rail industry, J & L Railroad’s profitability depends on the price of diesel fuel. In this case, the student must decide how much of the next year expected fuel demand should be protected, and how it should be protected. The first four of these steamers, each flying the American flag, were deservedly the best known of the fleet. The Ontario, the Bay State and the New York were built at French Creek upon the St Lawrence (now Clayton) by John Oakes; the Northerner was Oswego-built. They burned wood in the beginning, and averaged about feet in length and about tons burthen. The governor of Texas is the chief executive officer of the state elected by citizens every four years. Elisha Marshall Pease served his third term as governor of Texas from August 8, , to Septem Records of Governor Pease's third term relate predominately to the progress of Reconstruction in post-Civil War Texas. A large portion of the correspondence consists of letters. Dr. J. P. Patterson, in his Centennial sketch, stated that the city, as it now stands, was located by the Union Pacific Railroad Company, in the spring of , and received its name from a large tract of land of the same name located south of the city, and surrounded by the channels of the Platte River.