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Reply of J. I. Blair, president of the Sioux City Branch, Union Pacific Railroad Company

John Insley Blair

Reply of J. I. Blair, president of the Sioux City Branch, Union Pacific Railroad Company

by John Insley Blair

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Published by Printed for the use of the House of Representatives of Dakota Territory in Yankton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Union Pacific Railroad.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementto a letter and resolution from the House of Representatives of Dakota Territory with reference to the extension of the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad Company. With accompanying explanatory documents.
    ContributionsSioux City and Pacific Railroad Company., Dakota Territory. Legislative Assembly. House of Representatives.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p.
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL179017M
    LC Control Numbera 28000969

    Construction begins on the the first railroad tunnel in the U.S. near Johnstown, Pennsylvania on the Allegheny Portage Railroad. AP James J. Andrews and 19 disguised Union soldiers steal a locomotive at Big Shanty, Georgia as part of a daring, but unsuccessful, attempt to disrupt rail traffic between Atlanta and Chattanooga. Within the grants of land made to the Union Pacific Railroad Company and the Sioux City & Pacific Railroad Company by the act of Congress of July 1, (12 Stat. at L. , chap. ), and the amendatory act of July 2, (13 Stat. at L. , chap. ), some of .

      Waite, who has been a branch manager since , works with consumer, mortgage, and commercial loans at the branch on Hamilton Boulevard in Sioux City and also oversees the Dakota Dunes branch. Victor D. Blair Jr., 80, of Sioux City died Monday, Oct. 13, , at a Sioux City hospital.

    Union Pacific able to meet debt if given time and full control, , Junction of Sioux City with Union Pacific at Fremont; object ot constructing Sioux City road; the control of the link between Union Pacific and Sioux City and Pacific, The branch system essential to Union Pa cific. Blair Escorting was founded in , and is located at Laurel Ave in Sioux City. Additional information is available at or by contacting Joan Blair at ()


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Not all company phone numbers and email addresses are listed in this section. Specific department contact list links are included. Mail can be sent to any employee c/o the postal address. Company Mailing Address and Phone. Union Pacific Railroad Douglas Street Omaha, NE or At 10, John Blair announced to his family, "I am going to get rich." That was an understatement.

By the time he died at he was president of 16 railroad companies, the largest network. John I. Blair, even then a veteran railroad man, in that year agreed to build the Sioux City branch of the Union Pacific if a modification of the line could be secured. What he wanted, and got, was permission to build from Missouri Valley north to Sioux City, a distance of 77 miles, and to build from Missouri Valley west, across the Missouri.

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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The Sioux City and Pacific Railroad was a railroad in the U.S. states of Iowa and as a connection from Sioux City, Iowa to the Union Pacific Railroad at Fremont, Nebraska, it became part of the Chicago and North Western Railway system in the s, and is now a main line of the Union Pacific (UP).

The east-west portion from Fremont to Missouri Valley, Iowa, is the Blair. Blair, John Insley () - American railroad investor and at one time president of 16 different railroads; namesake of several towns along railroad lines in which he invested, including Blair, Nebraska, on the Sioux City & Pacific Rail Road, and Blair, Wisconsin, on the Green Bay & Minnesota Railroad.

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Dedication. This page is dedicated to the workers and families of the Northern Pacific Railroad who struggled, lived and died in order to build the railroad and the city of Brainerd, in particular, to my grandfather, Martin Henry Nelson (), who worked for the Northern Pacific for nearly fifty-five years, retiring in as the Superintendent of.