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" The junction of the two great systems of waters which occupy so much of our country, the Northern Lakes on the one hand, and the Mississippi River and its tributaries on the other, appeared to me to be an object of that character, and Chicago the proper... "
Proceedings of the National Ship-Canal Convention, Held at the City of ... - Side 240
1863 - 248 sider
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The American Whig Review, Volum 6

1847
...circle of internal improvement by the Federal Government, when the object to be improved should be one of general and national importance. The junction of...occupy so much of our country — the northern lakes on one hand, and the Mississippi rircr and its tributaries on the other — appeared to ma to be an object...
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The American Whig Review, Volum 6

1847
...circle of internal improvement by the Federal Government, when the object to be improved should be one of general and national importance. The junction of the two great systems í:» waters, which occupy so much of our country — the northern lakes on one hand, and the Mississippi...
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The Necessity of a Ship-canal Between the East and the West

1863 - 45 sider
...American people to-day. He says : " The lake and river navigation of the Great West, to promote which your Convention is called, very early had a share of my...character, and Chicago the proper point for effecting (he union ; and near thirty years ago I wrote and published articles in a St. Louis paper in favor...
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Annual Reports. Report of the Postmaster-General. Miscellaneous Reports

United States. Post Office Dept - 1864
...convention in words worthy of being recalled to the attention of the American people toeday. He says : * ity or expediency of bringing that navigation within the...river and its tributaries on the other, appeared to rne to be an object of that character, and Chicago the proper point for effecting the union, and near...
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Chicago Antiquities: Comprising Original Items and Relations, Letters ...

Henry Higgins Hurlbut - 1881 - 673 sider
...circle of internal improvement, by the Federal Government, when the object to be improved should be one of general and national importance. "The junction...occupy so much of our Country, the Northern Lakes on one hand, and til\Mississippi and tributaries on the other, appeared to me to be an object of that...
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Chicago Antiquities: Comprising Original Items and Relations, Letters ...

Henry Higgins Hurlbut - 1881 - 673 sider
...circle of internal improvement, by the Federal Government, when the object to be improved should be one of general and national importance. "The junction...which occupy so much of our Country, the Northern I^kes on one hand, and the Mississippi and tributaries on the other, appeared to me to be an object...
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Chicago River-and-harbor Convention: An Account of Its Origin and Proceedings

William Mosley Hall, Horace Greeley, Thurlow Weed - 1882 - 208 sider
...improved should be one of general and national importance. The junction of the two great systems of water which occupy so much of our country — the Northern lakes on the one hand, and the Mississsippi River and its tributaries on the other — appeared to rne to be an object of that character,...
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Chicago River-and-harbor Convention: An Account of Its Origin and Proceedings

William Mosley Hall, Horace Greeley, Thurlow Weed - 1882 - 208 sider
...circle of internal improvement by the federal government, when the object to be improved should be one of general and national importance. The junction of the two great systems of water which occupy so much of our country — the Northern lakes on the one hand, and the Mississsippi...
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Drainage Channel and Waterway: A History of the Effort to Secure an ...

George P. Brown (engineer.) - 1894 - 480 sider
...improved should be one of general and national importance. The junctions of the two great systems of water which occupy so much of our country, — the northern...and its tributaries on the other, — appeared to him to be an object of that character, and Chicago the proper point for effecting the union. Nearly...
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