its location in the United States and its commanding position on the highway of trade between the territory of the northwest and the Atlantic cities, and of the commerce between Asia and the eastern states and Europe, to which is added a brief description of the towns on the line of the Lake Superior and Mississippi railroad, which connects the head of navigation on Lake Superior, at Duluth, with the head of navigation on the Mississippi River, at St. Paul.
Duluth : Office of the Tribune Publishing Company, 1871.
Description and travel
Duluth (Minn.) > Duluth (Minn.) / Commerce.
Duluth (Minn.) > Duluth (Minn.) / Description and travel.
P. 52-56 advertising matter.
"Accompanied by ten descriptive maps."
56 p. :
fold. map, plans (some fold.) ;
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