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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Dodge, Grenville Mellen, 1831-1916.
How we built the Union Pacific railway.
Glendale, Calif., A.M. Clark, [1910?]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Grenville M Dodge
|Description:||171 pages plates, portraits 23 cm|
|Contents:||How we built the Union Pacific Railway --
Address at Omaha centennial --
Building of Union Pacific Railroad and its relation to Council Bluffs and western Iowa --
Fortieth anniversary of driving last spike --
What I know of Harriman --
Tribute to Gen. Dodge --
Speech in Congress, Mar. 25, 1868, on Union Pacific Railroad --
The civil engineer in an early day and in the Civil War --
Address at banquet of Commercial Club, Omaha --
Address at unveiling of monument to M.F. Hurd --
Address on pioneers and development of the West --
Letter to Iowa Railway Club --
Description of Norwich University --
Norwich University in the Civil War --
Address before Vermont Society of New York.
|Responsibility:||by Major General Grenville M. Dodge.|