3 edition of Statement of the affairs of the La Crosse and Milwaulee Railroad Company found in the catalog.
Statement of the affairs of the La Crosse and Milwaulee Railroad Company
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 38508|
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|Number of Pages||28|
La Crosse, Wisconsin contributions 61 helpful votes Old Fashioned Train Depot Though Amtrak comes through La Crosse twice per day - once going east leaving around 11 am and once going west arriving early evening, the La Crosse Amtrak station is a blast from the past/54 TripAdvisor reviews. He called it the La Crosse & Milwaukee railroad using a different route north of the previous line linking the Milwaukee River with the Mississippi River. In the process he created another Kilbourn Town, which today is known as the Wisconsin Dells.
The La Crosse municipal government in the later part of the nineteenth-century forced a wealthy and influential Chicago, Burlington & Northern Railroad line to reconsider its practices and to act in the public interest. La Crosse County Historical Sketches, The Building of the Southern Minnesota Railroad / H.E. Rogers. A History of La Crosse, Wisconsin, by Albert H. Sanford and J. J. Hirshheimer ( G ) Grand Crossings: Railroading and People in La Crosse, WI edited by Joseph Follmar (La Crosse Series ) La Crosse, Wisconsin, Committee on Streets and Alleys, Resolutions Relating to Streets and Alleys (La Crosse Series ).
At the resulting sale, the property was purchased by the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad Company (now the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul), which he had incorporated, and of which he continued as the legal adviser and one of the controlling spirits to the day of his death, a period of thirty-six years. A preliminary railroad survey in Wisconsin, , Drawing on the author's diary, this narrative chronicles Andrew McFarland Davis's experiences as a member of an surveying expedition for a projected line of the La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad from.
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Statement of the affairs of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company: showing the cost of the road up to July 1,with a report of the Chief Engineer, showing the progress of the work, etc., J by La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company.
The Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, often referred to as the "Milwaukee Road" (reporting mark MILW), was a Class I railroad that operated in the Midwest and Northwest of the United States from until The company experienced financial difficulty through the s and s, including bankruptcy in Init abandoned its Pacific Extension, which included Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois.
Get this from a library. Statement of the affairs of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company: showing the cost of the road up to July 1, with a report of the Chief Engineer, showing the progress of the work, etc., J [La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company.].
Statement of the affairs of the La Crosse and Milwaulee Railroad Company: showing the cost of the road up to July 1, with a report of the Chief Engineer, showing the progress of the work, etc., J by La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company (Book). Title Map of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Rail Road and connections.
Summary Map of the northeastern and north-central United States indicating major drainage, larger cities, state boundaries, and the railroad network. The La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad was chartered in and became the second railroad to connect Milwaukee to the Mississippi River.
Kilbourn's public career was ruined following a scandal alleging the use of around $, ($ million today) in railroad bonds to bribe dozens of state officials including Governor Coles Bashford, for land. On the 12th of June,pending the above appeals, the District Court entered an order in the cause of Bronson and Soutter against the companies, & c., on the petition of a third company, the Milwaukee and St.
Paul Railroad Company, not a party to the suit, directing a receiver, into whose hands the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad and its. According to the Woods' book, the emblem first appeared in and remained in use throughout the railroad's corporate life.
It is believed the name "Milwaukee" originally described the Milwaukee & Mississippi while "La Crosse" referred to the La Crosse & Milwaukee. Coles Bashford (Janu – Ap ) was an American lawyer and politician who became the fifth Governor of Wisconsin, and one of the founders of the U.S.
Republican one term as governor ended in a bribery scandal that ended in him fleeing Wisconsin, but he was later instrumental in the government of the newly formed Arizona Territory. The Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railroad was formed on October 1, through the reorganization of the La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad. On October 3,the trustees of the Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad executed a trust deed to take over the former La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad, which at that time had a completed line between its namesake cities.
Sites/facts specific to this historic railroad map are: an map of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Rail Road and connections. An inset shows an enlarged map of central Wisconsin. The main map is of the northeastern and north-central United States indicating major drainage, larger cities, state boundaries, and the railroad network.
and Twice elected mayor of Milwaukee; Organized the La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad, a rival railroad to the Milwaukee & Mississippi Railroad; Due to a land-grant scandal involving bribing state politicians, Kilbourn lost the La Crosse & Milwaukee Railroad.
Though he avoided prison time, he lost his reputation. APPEAL from the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
This is a bill in equity filed by Lawrence G. Graham and Donald D. Scott against the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company, the Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company, Moses Kneeland, James Ludington, Byron Kilbourn, and others, to subject certain real estate in the city of Milwaukee.
PETITION for a writ of mandamus. The Circuit Court for the District of Wisconsin having rendered a decree in favor of J. Soutter, survivor, &c., against the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company and the Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company, on the 5th March,for $40, and ordered a sale of the road mortgaged to secure the debt, the last-mentioned company.
Croix and Superior Railroad: MILW: La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad: St. Paul and Duluth Railroad: NP: Northern Pacific Railway: St. Paul Eastern Grand Trunk Railway: CNW: Chicago and North Western Railway: Sault Ste. Marie and Southwestern Railway: CNW: Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway. In October ofthe La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad was completed, thus people and goods could travel from the east to La Crosse without having to make a steamer connection from farther down river.
A more direct route from the Lake Michigan port city of Milwaukee to La Crosse. Milwaukee Railroad v. Soutter and Knapp by Samuel Freeman Miller Syllabus.
This was an appeal by the Milwaukee and Minnesota Railroad Company from an order of court confirming a sale made by the marshal under a decree of foreclosure of a mortgage on the western division of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad.
The La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company, Appellees. -- Appeals from the District Court of the United States for the District of Wisconsin. Nos. AND Map of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Rail Road and connections. Map of the northeastern and north-central United States indicating major drainage, larger cities, state boundaries, and the railroad network.
Chartered April 2, - Amtrak station in La Crosse, WI built in by The Milwaukee Road. There's a really good BBQ restaurant here too!. Other articles where La Crosse Railroad is discussed: Russell Sage: lent some money to the La Crosse Railroad in Wisconsin. To save his loans, he advanced more money and, inhe became vice president with a major share of the stock.
When the railroad extended into the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul system, Sage made a profit on his.Soutter and Knapp, surviving Bronson, were trustees for the benefit of bondholders of a mortgage called a land-grant mortgage given by the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company on a part of its road.Bylaws of the La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company, Collection Title La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company Bylaws Date of Materials Creator La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company.
Call Number MISC MSS Amount cubic feet (1 folder) Language of Materials English Box MISC 10 Folder 16 Repository La Crosse Public Library.