Catalog Record: In the Senate of the United States, August 18, 1852, ordered to be printed, Mr. Borland made the following report : The Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred the "memorial of Robert Mills, proposing a plan for a railroad and telegraphic communication with the Pacific Ocean," have had it under consideration, and report: | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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In the Senate of the United States, August 18, 1852, ordered to be printed, Mr. Borland made the following report : The Committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred the "memorial of Robert Mills, proposing a plan for a railroad and telegraphic communication with the Pacific Ocean," have had it under consideration, and report: ...

Corporate Author: United States.
Related Names: Mills, Robert 1781-1855., Borland, Solon 1808-1864.
Language(s): English
Published: [Washington D.C. : s.n., 1852]
Subjects: Mills, Robert, > 1781-1855. > Memorial.
Telegraph.
Trails > West (U.S.)
Railroads > United States.
Pacific railroads > Early projects.
Note: The Report of Robert Mills takes up p. 2-13.
Page [18] is blank.
"Mills Central route to the Pacific Ocean": p. 2. "Map of the country between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans...by Robert Mills."
Title from caption.
Physical Description: 17, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plate : map ; 26 cm.
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