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|Statement||to a letter and resolution from the House of Representatives of Dakota Territory with reference to the extension of the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Company. With accompanying explanatory documents.|
|Contributions||Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Company., Dakota Territory. Legislative Assembly. House of Representatives.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||a 28000969|
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Not all company phone numbers and email addresses are listed in this section. Specific department contact list links are included. Mail can be sent to any employee c/o the postal address. Company Mailing Address and Phone. Union Pacific Railroad Douglas Street Omaha, NE or At 10, John Blair announced to his family, "I am going to get rich." That was an understatement.
By the time he died at he was president of 16 railroad companies, the largest network. John I. Blair, even then a veteran railroad man, in that year agreed to build the Sioux City branch of the Union Pacific if a modification of the line could be secured. What he wanted, and got, was permission to build from Missouri Valley north to Sioux City, a distance of 77 miles, and to build from Missouri Valley west, across the Missouri.
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The father of railroads in this state was the Pacific Railroad project. Whether it is correct as intimated in past records that Jonathan Carver foreshadowed Union Pacific Railroad Company book construction inor whether in the years that the first railroads in the eastern part of the country were being built, the idea of a railroad to the western coast was being.
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states of Iowa and as a connection from Sioux City, Iowa to the Union Pacific Railroad at Fremont, Nebraska, it became part of the Chicago and North Western Railway system in the s, and is now a main line of the Union Pacific (UP).
The east-west portion from Fremont to Missouri Valley, Iowa, is the Blair. Blair, John Insley () - American railroad investor and at one time president of 16 different railroads; namesake of several towns along railroad lines in which he invested, including Blair, Nebraska, on the Sioux City & Pacific Rail Road, and Blair, Wisconsin, on the Green Bay & Minnesota Railroad.
President of St. Louis & Hannibal. Novem - Tuckahoe, NJ - A Cape May Seashore Lines employee who fell from a locomotive at the Tuckahoe Train Station died. David J. Gairo, 71, of North Cape May, was working in the locomotive near Railroad Avenue at the train station in Tuckahoe when he fell shortly after noon on Friday, Nov.
Gairo was a Past President of the East Penn Traction Club (EPTC) and current. Bank History. The Home Bank of Blair was organized by H.C.
Hjerlied of Decorah, Iowa, then Cashier of the National Bank of Decorah. It opened for business on the 7th of Octoberas a private bank, with capital of $5, and continued as a private bank until John Charles Frémont or Fremont (Janu – J ) was an American explorer, military officer, and was a US Senator from California, and in was the first Republican nominee for President of the United States.
A native of Georgia, Frémont acquired male protectors after his father's death, and became proficient in mathematics, science, and surveying. It is located in the midst of a rich grain-raising section, from which fact much of its business life springs.
The plat of the village was recorded February 4,John I. Blair, President of the Sioux City & Pacific Railroad Company, being proprietor of the land on which it. Answers is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want.
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD IN BRAINERD. Dedication. This page is dedicated to the workers and families of the Northern Pacific Railroad who struggled, lived and died in order to build the railroad and the city of Brainerd, in particular, to my grandfather, Martin Henry Nelson (), who worked for the Northern Pacific for nearly fifty-five years, retiring in as the Superintendent of.
From Mr. Blair gave personal attention to the con-struction and Avas in absolute control of the affairs of the, Cedar Rapids and Missouri River Railroad. The various railroads which were acquired and financed by Blair became knoAATi as the "Blair Roads," and were generally so men-tioned in the public press in the West.
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Construction begins on the the first railroad tunnel in the U.S. near Johnstown, Pennsylvania on the Allegheny Portage Railroad. AP James J. Andrews and 19 disguised Union soldiers steal a locomotive at Big Shanty, Georgia as part of a daring, but unsuccessful, attempt to disrupt rail traffic between Atlanta and Chattanooga.
Within the grants of land made to the Union Pacific Railroad Company and the Sioux City & Pacific Railroad Company by the act of Congress of July 1, (12 Stat.
at L.chap. ), and the amendatory act of July 2, (13 Stat. at L.chap. ), some of. Waite, who has been a branch manager sinceworks with consumer, mortgage, and commercial loans at the branch on Hamilton Boulevard in Sioux City and also oversees the Dakota Dunes branch. Victor D. Blair Jr., 80, of Sioux City died Monday, Oct.
13,at a Sioux City hospital. Union Pacific able to meet debt if given time and full control,Junction of Sioux City with Union Pacific at Fremont; object ot constructing Sioux City road; the control of the link between Union Pacific and Sioux City and Pacific, The branch system essential to Union Pa cific.
Blair Escorting was founded inand is located at Laurel Ave in Sioux City. Additional information is available at or by contacting Joan Blair at () The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.)JImage 2, brought to you by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE, and the National Digital Newspaper Program.
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6th Street P. Box Sioux City, IA Phone: Fax: City Manager's. This village in Kennebec precinct, is on a branch of the Union Pacific railroad, formerly known as the Kearney and Black Hills railroad, and was named by the railway promoters after Eddyville, Iowa, which in turn was named for J.
Eddy, an early post trader in the vicinity. Farnam. The first settlement in this vicinity was made in by a. Nebraska Newspapers is a collaborative site developed by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and the Nebraska State Historical Society.
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City of Sioux City, Iowa 6th Street P.O. Box Sioux City, IA WEBSITE ACCESSIBILITY. Paul daily globe. (Saint Paul, Minn.)ApPage 2, Image 3, brought to you by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. Conceived in to link Denver City with Cheyenne and thence to the eventual Transcontinental Railroad, the Denver Pacific was formed by Union-friendly interests in Colorado lead by Territorial Governor John Evans and bankrolled by the “Denver Syndicate,” a collection of industrialists, bankers, politicians, mine owners, surveyors.
SIOUX CITY -- Clair L. Blair, 88, of Sioux City passed away Saturday, Apat his home after a short illness. Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Boniface Catholic Church, with the. Branch: Arrowhead Email: [email protected] NMLS # Phone: Fax: "I have been helping Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union members live better for 13 years.
In my tenure, I have been fortunate enough to build great member relationships by providing excellent service and financial education. David Blair. Sioux City, Iowa.
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