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Published by Printed by J. & G.S. Gideon in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pacific railroads -- Early projects

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Edition Notes

SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 96, no. 1031.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination38 p.
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17812155M
OCLC/WorldCa13850668

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Proposal for a charter to build a railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean.. [Hartwell Carver] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Book\/a>, bgn:Microform\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ;   The Pacific Railroad Act lists an "H. Carver" as one of the persons of the Union Pacific Railroad. There is a booklet by Dr. Hartwell Carver entitled "Proposal for a Charter to Build a Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean" Washington, Gideon, 38pp. described as "One of the earliest transcontinental projects with critical 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 :// Abstract. Includes t. Originally published: Proposal for a charter to build a railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, Mode of access: Internet

  Vuonna hän lähetti kongressille asiaa koskevan muistion "Proposal for a Charter to Build a Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean". Vuonna Yhdysvaltain edustajainkokouksen asettama komitea aloitti asiaa koskevan raporttinsa toteamalla: "Siitä, että nykyaikana on välttämätöntä rakentaa rautatie- ja lennätinlinjat Historia  Viittauksia kulttuurissa  Lähteet  Kirjallisuutta   His "Proposal For A Charter To Build A Railroad from Lake Michigan To The Pacific Ocean" catalyzed the concept and a mere 22 years later, the "Overland Route" was a ://   The [Ann Arbor] Emigrant, Washtenaw County, Michigan, February 8, First advocate for a Pacific Railroad: Editorial advocating building a railroad to the Pacific written by Judge S. W. Dexter of Ann Arbor, Michigan in his newspaper, the Weekly Emigrant. Click to Washington, D. C. Ritchie & Heiss, print., Octavo, pp. 1 , folded map, self wrappers, sewn as issued. First edition. Issued as 29th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Doc. Whitney's second memorial, preceded by a 4-page memorial presented in to the second session of the 28th Congress, the first to be accompanied by a map, here an untitled map of the United States reduced

  February 4, - The Lake Michigan & Mississippi Railroad is chartered to connect the two waterways by rail. (Meyer , p ) Febru - The Fond du Lac & Beaver Dam Railroad is chartered to build a railroad from an unspecified point in Fond du Lac County to a point near Beaver Dam. (Meyer , p )   In , he submitted to the US Congress a “Proposal for a Charter to Build a Railroad from Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean,” seeking congressional support for his idea. A transcontinental railroad was soon built in to in three sections, somewhat south of Carver’s proposal, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Oakland, :// Northern Pacific F7A #A is ahead of train #3, the westbound "Alaskan," as it makes a flag stop at Trout Creek, Montana in May of On this day the train was carrying an RPO (Railway Post Office), mail/express, coaches, a cafe, and Pullman :// A memorial for a private charter asked for by Dr. Hartwell Carver and his associates, to build a railroad from some point on the Mississippi or Missouri rivers, or from Lake Michigan to the Pacific ://