CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE ACROSS THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT OR NEAR FORT SNELLING...Letter from The Secretary of War

By: Senate

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An appropriation for the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River at or near Fort Snelling, and the granting of the right of way for a public highway through said reservation. 45th Congress, 2d Session. Ex. Doc. No. 73. Famous Americans submitting their report in this document: George Washington McCrary-Secretary of War; Samuel James Renwick McMillan, Jacob Henry Stewart, Joseph Washington McClurg-Chairman Special Committee; Gouverneur Kemble Warren-Major Engineers & C.; and Alfred Howe Terry-Brigadier General Commanding. 8 pp. Two large foldouts: Map of Mississippi River From Surveys made under the direction of Bvt. Maj. Gen. G. K. Warren, MAJ. of Engrs. U.S.A. Soundings taken Aug. 26, 1867 and Aug. 30, 1867. Size of map: 20"x19". Second foldout has no title. "Diagram" of Mississippi River with lettering showing "Island", "Bottom covered with trees", "Road from Ferry", "Stone Building" and "Cemetery". Paragraph in document explains it as "Four places where the bridge might be judiciously located." Disbound. String-tied. Front/back page loose but intact. Otherwise document is Very Good. Foldouts are Very Good+. No tears.

Title: CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE ACROSS THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT OR NEAR FORT SNELLING...Letter from The Secretary of War

Author Name: Senate

Illustrator: Foldout Maps

Categories: Famous Americans, Minnesota, Engineering, Mississippi River,

Publisher: 1878

Binding: Paperbound

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Minnesota

Size: Size: Approx. 6 " x 9"

Seller ID: 004154

Keywords: Fort Snelling, Minnesota, Famous Americans,George Washington McCrary, Samuel James Renwick McMillan, Jacob Henry Stewart, Joseph Washington McClurg, Gouverneur Kemble Warren,Alfred Howe Terry, Bridge