Catalog Record: Natchez trace parkway survey. Letter of the secretary of the interior transmitting in response to Senate resolution no. 222, a report of a survey of the old Indian trail, known as the Natchez trace, made by the Department of the interior, through the national park service, pursuant to an act approved May 21, 1934, with a view to constructing a national road on this route to be known as the Natchez trace parkway | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Natchez trace parkway survey. Letter of the secretary of the interior transmitting in response to Senate resolution no. 222, a report of a survey of the old Indian trail, known as the Natchez trace, made by the Department of the interior, through the national park service, pursuant to an act approved May 21, 1934, with a view to constructing a national road on this route to be known as the Natchez trace parkway.

Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, U.S. Govt. print. off., 1941.
Subjects: Natchez Trace.
Note: Referred to the Committee on public lands and surveys and ordered printed, with illustrations, February 26, 1940.
Physical Description: vi, 167 p. incl. tables. plates. 24 cm.
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