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2 edition of Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific. found in the catalog.

Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific.

Asa Whitney

Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific.

Memorial of Asa Whitney, of New York City, relative to the construction of a railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean.

by Asa Whitney

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Published by Blair & Rives, printers in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pacific railroads -- Early projects.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMemorial of Asa Whitney, of New York City, relative to the construction of a railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean.
    SeriesDoc. / 28th Congress, 2d session, Ho. of Reps -- no. 72., House document (United States. Congress. House) -- 28th Congress, 2d session, no.72.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17697298M

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Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific by Asa Whitney Download PDF EPUB FB2

Proposal for a charter to build a railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean. Washington: J. & G.S. Gideon, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Proposal for a Charter to Build a Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean by Hartwell Carver (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

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Reprint. Originally published: Proposal for a charter to build a railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, Includes index. Description: 65 pages ; 26 cm: Other Titles: Proposal for a charter to build a railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean: Responsibility: Hartwell Carver. RAILROAD FROM LAKE MICHIGAN TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN, ml}:afewbrief remarksonthe dg'fi'erentplanswhich have beenpro posedbydifi‘erent individualsforcarrying the sameinto efl'ecl.

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Find Address of Mr. Whitney, Before the Legislature of Pennsylvania, on His Project for a Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific by Whitney, Asa () - COVID Update J Biblio is open and shipping orders. The Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, established in and sometimes referred to as the Lake Shore, was a major part of the New York Central Railroad's Water Level Route from Buffalo, New York, to Chicago, Illinois, primarily along the south shore of Lake Erie (in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio) and across northern line's trackage is still used Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific.

book a major rail. Today's Railroads features current railroad operation including links to Michigan's operating railroads. The RRHX Railroad History section features almost years of past railroads, from the establishment of the Erie & Kalamazoo railroad in to today. Inthe railroad leased the former CSX line from Plymouth north to Flint, giving it a through route from the Detroit area into northern Michigan.

The northern end of the D&M line was pulled up north of Alpena, and the north end of the former New York Central has been pulled up north of Gaylord.

Its name was later changed to Michigan Central Railroad (MCRR). The first railroad tracks in Michigan were laid by the Erie & Kalamazoo Railroad between Adrian and Toledo. The Michigan Central Railroad began construction west from Detroit, reaching Ypsilanti by FebruaryAnn Arbor in Octoberand Jackson on Dec.

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Meints. Dive boat in Lake Superior's Mink Harbor showing the location where the Canadian Pacific Railroad Locomotive was discovered J The derailed train plunged into the lake. Lake State Railway Company (LSRC) is a Michigan – based progressive short line railroad that has been providing “Excellence in Transportation” since LSRC’s approximate operating miles of track run from Plymouth through its headquarters in Saginaw, up to Gaylord and Alpena.

Lines also run to Midland, Bay City, and Paines. Detroit, Lansing and Lake Michigan Railroad: Ionia, Stanton and Northern Railroad: PM: Detroit, Lansing and Lake Michigan Railroad: Iron Mountain Railroad: CP: Bay De Noquet and Marquette Railroad: Iron Mountain Railway: CP: Iron Mountain Railroad: Iron Range and Huron Bay Railroad: N/A Iron Range Railway.

(Transcontinental Railroad) Whitney, Asa. MEMORIAL OF A. WHITNEY, PRAYING A GRANT OF PUBLIC LAND TO ENABLE HIM TO CONSTRUCT A RAILROAD FROM LAKE MICHIGAN TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN.

FEBRU REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS, AND ORDERED TO BE PRINTED. [caption title]. Washington, D. Ritchie & Heiss, print., The Manistee & Northeastern Railroad: The Life and Death of a Railroad, Donald Stroup, Historical Society of Michigan, Richard Leary is an active volunteer at the Almira Historical Museum in Lake Ann.

Leary is passionate about exploring and documenting the history of Almira Township, and finds inspiration equally in studying written. The second was abandoned somewhat later, although the last mention of it was in A line from downtown Holland to Ottawa Beach was part of the Michigan Lake Shore Railroad, which became the Chicago & Michigan Lake Shore Railroad later on.

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We've been in business sinceand our books are recognized as authoritative and. to the Construction of a Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, JanuH. Doc. 72, 28 Cong., 2 sess. (Serial No. ); U. S., Congress, Senate, Memorial of Asa Whitney, of the City of New York, Praying a Grant of Land, to Enable Him to Construct a Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, January The first of the logging railroads, the Pere Marquette, passed through the best of the white pine lands of the state from Saginaw to Ludington on Lake Michigan.

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Prezzo Amazon Nuovo a Format: Copertina flessibile.The original plan of the directors of the Northern Pacific railroad was to follow closely the route taken by a government expedition in sent to find the best northern railroad route to the west coast.

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On MaChesapeake & Ohio petitioned the Interstate Commerce Commission to discontinue all ferry service, claiming losses of .