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Minnesota State University, Mankato,
Memorial Library, Southern Minnesota Historical Center
Northern Pacific Railway Company. Pamphlet Collection, 1867 - 1967.
SMHC Manuscript Collection 104



Northern Pacific Railway Company. Pamphlet Collection, 1867 - 1967. SMHC Manuscript Collection 104. 9 1/2 Hollinger boxes.

Abstract:

The Northern Pacific Railway Company collection contains 348 pamphlets. These items contain information concerning the Northern Pacific's annual reports, the reports of branch lines, and immigrant guides to railroad land in the western states. These pamphlets are duplicates from the complete collection of Northern Pacific papers owned by the Minnesota Historical Society. Due to the varied nature of the items that relate not only to the Northern Pacific Railway Company but also to smaller railroads and railroad related companies, the collection is arranged into sixteen separate series.

Scope and Content:

The Northern Pacific Railway Company collection contains numbered pamphlets. The pamphlets' inventory numbers range from 1 to 348. The collection is divided into sixteen separate series: Annual Reports, 1897 - 1967; Miscellaneous Reports, 1876 - 1895; Miscellaneous Documents, 1864 - 1913; Railroad Mortgages, 1879 - 1911; Railroad Documents, 1882 - 1901; Bipartite Contracts and Agreements, 1879 - 1914; Tripartite Contracts and Agreements, 1882 - 1914; Other Contracts and Agreements, 1869 - 1915; Land Grants and Land Controversies, 1871 - 1887; Railroad Legislation, Supreme Court Cases, and Controversies (Rate Raising), 1875 - 1912; Speeches and Addresses Made on Behalf of the Railroads, 1869 - 1913; Surveyors and Other Reports, 1867 - 1884; Annual and Miscellaneous Reports of the St. Paul & Duluth Railroad, 1877 - 1899; Charter, By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Incorporation, Annual Reports, and Prospectus of Small Companies (Railroads and Other), 1870 - 1906; Guidebooks and Statistics, 1870 - 1881; Miscellaneous, 1883 - 1913.

Annual Reports, 1897 - 1967; Inventory Numbers, 1 - 72: The annual reports cover the fiscal years 1897-1967, inclusive. This series is chronologically arranged. The pamphlets are numbers 1-72.

Miscellaneous Reports, 1876 - 1895; Inventory Numbers, 73 - 93 : This series has been divided into seven sub-categories with the pamphlets arranged chronologically within their each category. The six sub-categories of annual reports are:

  • Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders, 1884-1893, incomplete - inventory numbers, 73-80.
  • Report of Comptroller, 1895 - inventory number, 81.
  • Report of President to the Stockholders, 1882-1883 - inventory numbers, 82-83.
  • Report of President and Directors to the Stockholders, 1876-1877 - inventory numbers 84-85.
  • Report of Vice-President to President and Board of Directors, 1885-1886 - inventory numbers 86-87.
  • Stockholders Report, 1879-1881 - inventory numbers 88-90.
  • The seventh sub-category contains miscellaneous items with inventory numbers 91-93.

Miscellaneous Documents, 1864 - 1913; Inventory Numbers, 94 - 103: These documents are arranged chronologically. The pamphlets included are: Charters, a Reorganization Statement, a Brief for the Bondholders, By-Laws, Official Statements, and a Dissolution of the Voting Trust.

Railroad Mortgages, 1879 - 1911; Inventory Numbers, 104 - 143: This series includes the mortgages of most of the railroads that operated in the Northwest from Wisconsin to Washington and Oregon during the approximate period from 1880 to 1911. The pamphlets are arranged alphabetically according to railroad.

Railroad Documents, 1882 - 1901; Inventory Numbers, 144 - 151: Pamphlets bearing titles: Indenture of Contract and Lease; Collateral Trust Indenture; Resolutions, etc.; Indenture; and Stock Trust Agreements are included in this series. The Northern Pacific and several other railroads have pamphlets in this category. The documents are arranged alphabetically by railroad.

Bipartite Contracts and Agreements, 1879 - 1914; Inventory Numbers, 152 - 195: The contracts usually deal with the use of tracks, depots, bridges, and various other types of railroad equipment. The pamphlets are arranged alphabetically according to the railroad with whom the Northern Pacific made the contract.

Tripartite Contracts and Agreements, 1882 - 1914; Inventory Numbers, 196 - 209: These contracts generally deal with the same topics as the bipartite contracts. The pamphlets are arranged alphabetically according to the first railroad mentioned other than the Northern Pacific, that was a part of all these contracts.

Other Contracts and Agreements, 1869 - 1915; Inventory Numbers, 210 - 213 : These contracts deal with building, finances, hiring of equipment, and timber. Of special note is the financial contract made with Jay Cooke & Company in 1869 during the initial stages of the Northern Pacific's development. The pamphlets are arranged alphabetically according to company.

Land Grants and Land Controversies, 1871 - 1887; Inventory Numbers, 214 - 238: This series is arranged chronologically and includes Debates; Reports of the Senate, Land Commissioner, and House Committee; Decision of the Secretary of the Interior; and Arguments for and against the Land Grants. In addition, this section contains papers related to certain Supreme Court Cases concerning the Northern Pacific Land Grant.

Railroad Legislation, Supreme Court Cases, and Controversies (Rate Raising), 1875 - 1912; Inventory Numbers, 239 - 268: This section is divided into three sub-categories that are chronologically arranged.

  • Supreme Court Cases (State and U.S.), 187?-1894 - inventory numbers, 239-240.
  • Railroad Legislation (U.S. and Wisconsin) - 188?-1894 - inventory numbers, 241-252.
  • Railroad Controversies (Rate-Raising, Railroad Control, and Labor), 1904-1912 - inventory numbers, 253-268.

Speeches and Addresses Made on Behalf of the Railroads, 1869 - 1913; Inventory Numbers, 269 - 290: These pamphlets are arranged according to the following six people and chronologically within, by date of speech.

  • Billings, Frederick, 1880 - inventory number, 269.
  • Elliott, Howard, 1907-1913 - inventory numbers, 270-285.
  • Hill, James, 1906 - inventory numbers, 286-287.
  • Newcomb, H.T., 1905 - inventory number, 288.
  • Prout, H.G., 1907 - inventory number, 289.
  • Windom, William, 1869 - inventory number, 290.

Surveyors and Other Reports, 1867 - 1884; Inventory Numbers, 291 - 302: The reports deal mainly with land topography, settlement prospects, and building and location sites for the railroad. The pamphlets are arranged alphabetically by the name of the reporter.

Annual and Miscellaneous Reports of the St. Paul & Duluth Railroad, 1877 - 1899; Inventory Numbers, 303 - 322: This series is divided into three sub-categories chronologically arranged within.

  • Annual Reports for the Fiscal Years, 1881-1899, incomplete - inventory numbers, 303-318.
  • Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, 1887 - inventory numbers, 319.
  • By-Laws, 1877, 1881, and 1887 - inventory numbers, 320-322.

Charter, By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Incorporation, Annual Reports, and Prospectus of Small Companies (Railroads and Other), 1870 - 1906; Inventory Numbers, 323 - 331: This section includes railroads, navigation companies, and businesses related to the railroad. The pamphlets are arranged alphabetically according to company.

Guidebooks and Statistics, 1870 - 1881; Inventory Numbers, 332 - 341: These documents are arranged alphabetically according to territory or state and chronologically with. This section consists of the following documents.

  • Minnesota, 1870-1881 - inventory numbers, 332-338
  • Montana, 1872 - inventory numbers, 339
  • Oregon and Washington Territory, 1872 - inventory numbers, 340
  • Washington Territory, 1870 - inventory numbers, 341

Miscellaneous, 1883 - 1913; Inventory Numbers, 342 - 348: This section is arranged alphabetically, the series contains:

  • U.S.D.A Bulletin 89 on Livestock - inventory number, 342.
  • The Bankers Magazine, February, 1912 - inventory number, 343.
  • Farewell Dinner Program for Howard Elliott - inventory number, 344.
  • Northern Pacific Railway Company's Opening Excursion List of Guest, 1893 - inventory numbers, 345-346.
  • Railroad Statistics for 1909 - inventory number, 347.
  • St. Paul Chamber of Commerce Thirty-First Annual, January 1899 - inventory number, 348.

Restrictions:

There are no restrictions on use of this collection for research purposes. The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property and libel laws as they apply.

Collection Citation:

Northern Pacific Railway Company. Pamphlet Collection, 1867 - 1967. SMHC Manuscript Collection 104, Southern Minnesota Historical Center, Memorial Library, Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Acquisition:

The Minnesota Historical Society transferred this collection in November 1972.

Processed By:

Archive's staff processed this collection in February 1974. Jeff A. Jenson developed the finding aid in March 2002.

Related Collections:

There are similar manuscript collections about the Northern Pacific Railway Company available at the Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul and at the Central Minnesota Historical Center on the campus of St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota.

LCSH Subject Headings:

Northern Pacific Railway Company.
Northern Pacific Railway Company--Surveys.
Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad Company.
Railroad law.
Railroads and state.
Emigration and immigration.
Railroad land grants--Minnesota.
Railroads--Management.
Minnesota--Description and travel--Guidebooks.
Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad Company.
Railroads--Northwestern States--Traffic.
Railroads--Joint use of Facilities.
Hill, James Jerome, 1838-1916.
Elliot, Howard.

SMHC Manuscript Collection 104

Inventory Number

Box

Folder

Annual Reports, 1897 - 1967

1 – 72

 

 

1897 – 1901, Reports 1 – 5

 

1

1

1902 – 1906, Reports 6 – 10

 

1

2

1907 – 1911, Reports 11 – 15

 

1

3

1912 – 1916, Reports 16 – 20

 

1

4

1916 – 1920, Reports 21 – 25

 

1

5

1921 – 1925, Reports 26 – 30

 

1

6

1926 – 1930, Reports 31 – 35

 

2

1

1931 – 1936, Reports 36 – 41

 

2

2

1937 – 1941, Reports, 42 – 46

 

2

3

1942 – 1950, Reports, 47 – 55

 

2

4

1951 – 1957, Reports, 56 – 62

 

2

5

1958 – 1962, Reports, 63 – 67

 

3

1

1963 – 1967, Reports, 68 – 72

 

3

2

Miscellaneous Reports, 1876 – 1895

73 – 93

 

 

Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at there Annual Meeting, September 18th, 1884 ; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at there Annual Meeting, September 17th, 1885; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at there Annual Meeting, September 16th, 1886; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at their Annual Meeting, September 158th, 1887

73 – 76

3

3

Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at there Annual Meeting, September 20th, 1888 ; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at there Annual Meeting, October 17th, 1889; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at there Annual Meeting, October 15th, 1891; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders at their Annual Meeting, October 19th, 1893

77 – 80

3

4

Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the President to the Stockholders at their Annual Meeting, September 21st, 1882 ; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of the President to the Stockholders at their Annual Meeting, September 20th, 1883

82 – 83

3

6

Northern Pacific Railroad. Annual Report of the Vice-President and General Manager, to the President and Board of Directors. For the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1885 ; Northern Pacific Railroad. Annual Report of the Vice-President and General Manager, to the President and Board of Directors. For the Fiscal Year Ending June 30th 1886

86 – 87

4

1

Northern Pacific Railroad. Annual Report and Proceedings of the Regular Meeting of the Stockholders, September 24th, 1879

88

3

8

Northern Pacific Railroad. Annual Report and Proceedings of the Stockholders at their Annual Meeting, September 29th, 1880 ; Northern Pacific Railroad. Annual Report and Proceedings of the Stockholders at their Annual Meeting, September 15th, 1881

89 - 90

4

2

Northern Pacific Railroad Co.: Report of Comptroller: Fiscal Year Ending June 30th,1895

81

3

5

Northern Pacific Railroad Co.: To the President and Board of Directors ., November 15, 1882

92

4

4

Official Statement to the New York Stock Exchange, of the Condition of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, July 1st, 1879

91

4

3

Report of the President and Directors of the Northern Pacific Railroad Co. to the Stockholders at the Annual Meeting, Sept. 27th, 1876 ; Report of the President and Directors of the Northern Pacific Railroad Co. to the Stockholders at the Annual Meeting, Sept. 26th, 1877

84 - 85

3

7

To the Stockholders of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company ., February 28, 1893

93

4

5

Miscellaneous Documents, 1864 – 1913

94 – 103

 

 

By-Laws of the Northern Pacific Railway Company: (As Amended November 9 1896)

100

4

10

By-Laws of the Northern Pacific Railway Company: (As Amended October 21, 1903) (As Amended October 17, 1905 and August 27, 1913)

102

4

14

By-Laws of the Northern Pacific Railway Company: (As Amended August 27th, 1913)

103

4

15

By-Laws of the Northern Pacific Railway Company ., 1896?

98

4

12

Charter (and Amendments) of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, Approved July 2nd, 1864

94

4

6

Charter and Amendments of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, Approved July 2d, 1864

95

4

7

Dissolution of the Voting Trust of the Northern Pacific Railway Company: November 12, 1900

101

4

13

Official Statement of the Northern Pacific Railway Company, Particularly with Reference to its Preferred and Common Stock: New York, December 1, 1896

99

4

11

Reorganization of the Northern Pacific R. R. Co., June 30, 1875

96

4

8

The United States and the Bondholders of the Northern Pacific Railroad: Brief for the Bondholders , undated

97

4

9

Railroad Mortgages, 1879 – 1911

104 – 143

 

 

Chicago and Calumet Terminal Railway Company. First Mortgage. $10,000,000. May 1st. 1893

104

4

16

Chicago and Northern Pacific Railroad Company to the Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. First Mortgage or Deed of Trust. Dated April first, A.D. 1890

105

4

17

Duluth and Manitoba Railroad Company (Dakota Division.) First Mortgage , undated

108

4

20

Fargo and South Western Railroad Co. First Mortgage ; Fargo and South Western Railroad Co. First Mortgage. July 1, 1882

110 - 111

4

22

First Mortgage. Duluth, Crookston and Northern Railroad Company to the Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated August 1, 1890

109

4

21

First Mortgage. Green River and Northern Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated December 1, 1890

112

4

23

First Mortgage. Helena, Boulder Valley and Butte Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated May 1st, 1887

114

4

25

First Mortgage. Helena and Red Mountain Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated March 1st, 1887

113

4

24

First Mortgage. The Drummond and Phillipsburg Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated June 1 st, 1887

107

4

19

The Coeur D’Alene Railway and Navigation Company to the Central Trust Company of New York. General First Mortgage. Dated, September 1st, 1888

106

4

18

James River Valley Railroad Company. First Mortgage. [ January 1, 1886]; Mortgage. James River Valley R. R. Co. to the Farmers’ Loan and Trust Co. and Lease. James River Valley R. R. Co. to Northern Pacific R. R. Co., Dated January 1st 1886; Jamestown and Northern Extension Railroad Company. First Mortgage. [ September 2, 1889]; First Mortgage. Jamestown and Northern Extension Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated September 2d, 1889; Jamestown and Northern Railroad Company. First Mortgage. [Dated July 1, 1882]; First Mortgage. The Manitoba Railway Company to Harry A. Fabian, Trustee. Dated June 1, 1903

115 - 120

4

26

First Mortgage, Minnesota and International Railway Company, to The Minnesota Loan and Trust Company, Trustee. Dated July 1, 1903 ; First Mortgage. The Missoula and Bitter Root Valley Railroad Company to the Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated June 1st, 1887; Northern Pacific and Cascade Railroad Company. First Mortgage. [ October 1, 1887]; First Mortgage. Northern Pacific and Cascade Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated October 1st, 1887; Northern Pacific and Montana Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. First Mortgage. Dated August 1, 1888; The Northern Pacific, Fergus & Black Hills Railroad Company to Central Trust Company of New York. First Mortgage. Dated May 1st, 1881; Northern Pacific, Fergus and Black Hills Railroad Co. First Mortgage. [ July 1, 1882]

121 – 127

5

1

First Mortgage. Northern Pacific, La Moure & Missouri River Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated June 1st, 1887 ; Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Pend d’Oreill Division. Mortgage. [ September 1, 1879]; Northern Pacific Railroad Company. General First Mortgage. January 1st, 1881; Northern Pacific Railroad Company. General Second Mortgage. November 20th, 1883; Northern Pacific Railroad Company. General Third Mortgage. December 1st, 1887

128 – 132

5

2

Northern Pacific Railroad. General Third Mortgage Sinking Fund Six Per Cent. Gold Bonds ; Consolidated Mortgage. Northern Pacific Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated December 2d, 1889; General Lien Mortgage. Northern Pacific Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, Trustee. Dated November 10, 1896; First Supplement to Prior Lien Mortgage. Northern Pacific Railroad Company to The Mercantile Trust Company, Trustee, Dated December 16, 1898; St. Paul-Duluth Division Mortgage. Northern Pacific Railroad Company to Guaranty Trust Company of New York, Trustee. Dated June 15th, 1900. [2 copies: Nos. 137 and 137a]

133 – 137a

5

3

First Supplement to General Lien Mortgage. Northern Pacific

Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, Trustee. Dated February 21, 1902 ; Supplement to

Prior Lien Mortgage. Northern Pacific Railroad Company to Bankers Trust Company. Dated October 11, 1911 ; Southeastern Dakota Railroad Company. First Mortgage. [ November 1, 1889]; First Mortgage. Spokane Falls and Idaho Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated October 1st, 1887; First Mortgage. $125,000,000. Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway Company to General Trust Company of New York. March 1, 1911; First Mortgage. The United Railroads of Washington to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, Trustee. Dated August 5, 1890

138 – 143

5

4

Railroad Documents, 1882 - 1901

144 – 151

 

 

Chicago and Northern Pacific Railroad Company to Wisconsin Central Company and Wisconsin Central Railroad Company. Indenture of Contract and Lease. Dated April first A.D. 1890 ; Indenture of Contract and Lease between the Chicago and Northern Pacific Railroad Company, Chicago Central Railway Company, Chicago and Calumet Terminal Railway Company, Lessors, and the Chicago, St. Paul and Kansas City Railway Company, Minnesota and Northwestern Railroad Company, and Chicago Great Western Railway Company, Lessees. [ April 1, 1892]

144 – 145

5

5

Collateral Trust Indenture. Northern Pacific Railroad Company to The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, Trustee. Dated May 1, 1893 ; Trust Indenture Securing Northern Pacific—Great Northern, C. B. & Q. Collateral, Four Per Cent. Joint Bonds. July 1st, 1901; Resolutions of the Board of Directors of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, Adopted January 16th, 1890; Indenture between Oregon and Transcontinental Company, and The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company. Dated June 1st, 1882; Saint Paul & Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Stock Trust Agreement. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, Trustee. January 1, 1885; Spokane and Palouse Railway Co. Stock Trust Agreement between the Stockholders, Spokane and Palouse Railway Co., Northern Pacific Railroad Co., and The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Co., Trustee. Dated July 1st, 1886

146 – 151

5

6

Bipartite Contracts and Agreements, 1879 – 1914

152 – 195

 

 

Lease. The Central Washington Railroad Company to Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated November 1, 1888 ; Traffic Contract between Clealum Railroad Company and the Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated November 1, 1889; The Coeur D’Alene Railway and Navigation Company to the Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Lease. Dated, September 14th, 1888; Traffic Contract between the Drummond and Philipsburg Railroad Company and the Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated June 1st, 1887; Lease. Duluth and Manitoba Railroad Company to Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated June 1st, 1887

152 – 156

5

7

Memorandum of Agreement between the Northern Pacific Railroad Company and The Duluth Winnipeg and Pacific Railway Company Re running rights over Grassy Point Bridge, etc., at Duluth by Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific Railway Company. Dated April 30th, 1912 ; Agreement between the Northern Pacific Railway Company and The Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific Railway Company, dated 16 th, June, 1913; Contract Trackage Seattle—South Tacoma; and Tacoma Passenger Station Northern Pacific Railway Company with Great Northern Railway Company. Dated December 1, 1909; Agreement between the Great Northern Railway Company and The Northern Pacific Railroad Company Relating to Operation of the Midland Railway of Manitoba. Dated April 26, 1912; Contract between The Northern Pacific Railroad Company and The Great Northern Railway Company dated 11 August, 1913; Agreement between Great Northern Railway Company and Northern Pacific Railroad Company dated 11 August, 1913

157 – 162

6

1

Contract Northern Pacific Railroad Company and Great Northern Railway Company Covering Grant to Northern Pacific Railroad Company of Right to use Great Northern Railway Company’s Tracks between Great Northern Junction and Hesper, Mont. Dated August 11, 1913 ; Contract Great Northern Railway Company and Northern Pacific Railroad Company Granting Northern Pacific Right to use Great Northern Tracks between St. Paul and Minneapolis and Minneapolis Depot. Dated August 11, 1913. And Supplemental Contract to the above, dated February 23, 1914; Contract Northern Pacific Railroad Company and Great Northern Railway Company Granting Great Northern Running Rights over Northern Pacific Tracks between Sidney and Newlon. Dated August 11, 1913. And Supplemental Contract to the above, dated February 23, 1914; Contract Northern Pacific Railroad Company and Great Northern Railway Company Covering Construction and use of tracks from Minneapolis Passenger Station to North-town Junction, which said tracks cross the Mississippi River at Boom Island. Dated August 11, 1913. And Supplemental Contract to the above, dated February 23, 1914; Contract Northern Pacific Railroad Company and Great Northern Railway Company Contract covering Joint use of Terminal Property at Everett, Wash. Dated August 11, 1913. And Supplemental Contract to the above, dated February 28, 1914; Traffic Contract between the Helena and Northern Railroad Company and The Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated June 1st, 1887; Traffic Contract. Between The Helena, Boulder Valley and Butte Railroad Company and The Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated May 1st, 1887

163 – 169

6

2

Agreement between Northern Pacific Railroad Company and Minneapolis and Pacific Railway Company. Dated, February 18th, 1886 ; Traffic Contract between The Missoula and Bitter Root Valley Railroad Company and The Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated June 1st, 1887; Traffic Contract between The Northern Pacific, La Moure & Missouri River Railroad Company and The Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated June 1st, 1887; Northern Pacific Railroad. Supplementary Contract. The Oregon Railway & Navigation Company and Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Dated August 17th, 1882; Northern Pacific Railroad. Supplementary Contract. The Oregon Railway and Navigation Company and Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Dated August 17th, 1882; Contract Trackage South Tacoma—Vancouver Northern Pacific Railway Company with Oregon & Washington Railroad Company Dated July 1, 1909

170 – 175

6

3

Grays Harbor Branch Contract Centralia West Northern Pacific Railway Company and Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company. Dated Nov. 19th, 1912 ; Supplemental Contract Grays Harbor Branch, Centralia-West Contract Northern Pacific Railway Company with Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company Dated November 25, 1913; Trackage Agreement—Option—North River Junction to Summit—between Chehalis and Little North Rivers Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company with Northern Pacific Railway Company Dated November 20, 1913; Contract Waterway Bridge, Tacoma Northern Pacific Railroad. Supplementary Contract. The Oregon Railway & Navigation Company and Northern Pacific Railway Company with Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company Dated May 1, 1911; Supplemental Contract. Waterway Bridge, Tacoma. Northern Pacific Railway Company, with Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company Dated, February 20, 1912; West Seattle Contract Northern Pacific Railway Company with Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company Dated June 30, 1911; Temporary Contract Tacoma Terminal Northern Pacific Railway Company with Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company Dated May 1, 1911

176 – 182

6

4

Real Estate Contract. between The Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company and Northern Pacific Railway Company dated 2nd March, 1912

183

6

5

Contract between Northern Pacific Railway Company and Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company dated 1st January, 1914

184

6

6

Contract between Northern Pacific Railway Company and Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company dated 1st January, 1914 ; Contract between the Northern Pacific Railway Company and the Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Company dated 1st December, 1914 [Copy]

185 – 186

6

7

Lease, Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad Company to Minnesota, St. Croix and Wisconsin Railroad Company. Dated August 26th, 1884 Copy; Agreement between The Saint Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company and Northern Pacific Railroad Company. August 1st, 1879; Traffic Contract. Northern Pacific Railroad Co. and The Saint Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company. Dated 1st August, 1879

187 – 189

6

8

Printed correspondence from T. J. Oakes, Northern Pacific Railroad Company to A. Manvel, St. Paul, M & M Company, dated April 5, 1882

190

6

9

Lease. Spokane and Palouse Railway Company to Northern Pacific R.R. Company. Dated May 1st, 1886 ; Traffic Contract between Spokane Falls and Idaho Railroad Company and The Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated October 1st, 1887; Contract Columbia River Bridge Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway Company and Northern Pacific Railway Company. Dated February 1, 1910; Contract Vancouver, Victoria, & Eastern Railway & Navigation Company and Northern Pacific Railway Company Covering grant to Northern Pacific Company of Right to use Tracks of the V. V. & E. Ry. & Nav. Co. between Sumas, Wash., and Vancouver, B. C. Dated August 11, 1913; Supplemental Contract to Contract dated August 11, 1913 between Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern Railway & Navigation Company and Northern Pacific Railway Company covering grant to Northern Pacific Company of right to use tracks of the V. V. & E. Ry. & Nav. Co. between Sumas, Wash., and Vancouver, B. C. Dated May 28, 1914

191 – 195

6

10

Tripartite Contracts and Agreements, 1882 – 1914

196 - 209

 

 

Trackage Agreement between the Fargo and Southwestern

R. R. Co., The Northern Pacific R. R. Co and The James River Valley R. R. Co. Dated November 18th, 1886 ; Tripartite Contract between The Little Falls and Dakota Railroad Company, The Northern Pacific railroad Company, and The Oregon transcontinental Company [October 20, 1882]; Tripartite Contract between The Northern Pacific, Fergus and Black Hills Railroad Company, The Northern Pacific Railroad Company and The Oregon and Transcontinental Company [October 20, 1882]; Contract Joint Line Texas City (now called Lewiston Junction) to Grangeville Oregon, Washington & Idaho Railroad Company, Northern Pacific Railway Company and Clearwater Short Line Railway Company. Dated September 1, 1909

196 – 199

6

11

Grays Harbor Contract Northern Pacific Railway Company Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company and Chicago-Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway Company Dated July 31, 1911 ; Supplemental Grays Harbor Contract Northern Pacific Railway Company Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company and Chicago-Milwaukee & Puget Sound Railway Company Dated December 28, 1911; Trackage Agreement Aberdeen—North River Junction Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company and Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company with Northern Pacific Railway Company Dated March 7, 1914; Contract Trackage – Hoquiam – North of Eighth Street Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navigation Company Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company Northern Pacific Railway Company Dated August 22, 1914

200 – 203

6

12

Agreement between The Saint Paul and Northern Pacific Railway Company, The Northern Pacific Railroad Company, and The Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway Company [ April 24, 1885 – Modified May 4, 1887]; Traffic agreement. Saint Paul and Northern Pacific Railway Co., Northern Pacific Railroad Co., and Minneapolis & Saint Louis Railway Company. August 25, 1886; Traffic Agreement between the Saint Paul and Northern Pacific Railway Co., Northern Pacific Railroad Company, and Minneapolis Sault Ste. Marie and Atlantic Railway Co., Dated, December 27, 1887; Contract Columbia River Bridge Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway Company, Northern Pacific Railway Company and Great Northern Railway Company Dated July 1, 1909; Contract Columbia River Bridge Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railway Company, Northern Pacific Railway Company and Great Northern Railway Company Dated July 1, 1909; Agreement between The Union Pacific Railway Company and Oregon Short Line Railway Company, and The Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Dated April 14, 1885

204 – 209

6

13

Other Contracts and Agreements, 1869 – 1915

210 – 213

 

 

Agreement The First National Bank of Saint Paul Northern Pacific Railway Company and Great Northern Office Building Company Dated April 27, 1915 ; Northern Pacific

R. R. Co. Agreement Concluded May 20th, 1869, and Supplementary Agreement between Northern Pacific R. R. Company and Jay Cooke & Co. ; Contract of Hiring and Supplemental Agreement. Northwest Equipment Company of Minnesota, and Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Dated July 26th, 1888

210 – 212

7

1

[Agreement between Weyerhaeuser Timber Company and Clark County Timber Company, dated 1st March, 1912, transferring to Clark County Timber Company contract between Weyerhaeuser and Northern Pacific Railway. Copy]

213

7

2

Land Grants and Land Controversies, 1871 – 1887

214 – 238

 

 

The Land Grant of the Northern Pacific Railroad, as described in debate, by the opponents of the grant in the Senate of the United States, and the House of Representatives ; Northern Pacific Railroad. Report of John S. Loomis, Land Commissioner, to the Land Committee, May 30 th, 1871, No. 1; Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Land Department. Report of John S. Loomis, Land Commissioner, to the Land Committee, February 1st, 1872. No. 4; A Brief Statement concerning the Proposed Legislation to secure the early completion of the Northern Pacific Railroad [December 9, 1874]; Statement of the Northern Pacific Railway Company in response to inquiries of the Senate Committee on Railroads, to whom were3 referred the memorial of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company and a bill to amend tan d supplement the act entitled “An act granting lands to aid in the construction of railroad and telegraph line from Lake Superior to Puget Sound, on the Pacific coast, by the northern route,” approved July 2, 1864, and the acts and resolutions additional thereto and amendatory thereof; Senate Report 211, part 2, 45th Congress, 2d Session April 5, 1878; The Northern Pacific Railroad. Remarks of Hon. Lucien B. Caswell, of Wisconsin, in the House of Representatives, June 8, 1878

214 – 220

7

3

Northern Pacific Railroad before the Forty-fifth Congress. Senate and House Bills for extension of time, and Report of House Committee. 1878 ; Decision of the Secretary of the Interior on the status of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company with respect to its land grant. June 11, 1879; Northern Pacific Railroad. Its Character and Importance to the Government. Letter of Gen. Nelson A. Miles to the Chairmen of the Committee on Railroads in the United States Senate and House of Representatives. March 6, 1880; Argument of Hon. James F. Wilson, delivered before the Committee on Pacific Railroads of the House of Representatives, on behalf of the Northern Pacific Railroad, April 8, 1880; Northern Pacific Railroad. Cost of construction and value of land grant. Letter to Editor of the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin April 17, 1880; Northern Pacific Railroad. The legal rights of the Company and the equitable rights of its stockholders. Opinion of Hon. Jeremiah S. Black [April 18, 1880]; The law which determines the rights of the Northern Pacific R. R. Co. to its land grant. Opinion of Geo. Gray, Esq., general counsel of the Company. January 13th, 1882; Report of E.M. Marble, Esq., Land Commissioner, on organization of Land Department, January 5th,1882

221 – 228

7

4

The Northern Pacific Railroad Land Grant. Editorial from The Evening Post of January 14th, 1882

229

7

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Northern Pacific Railroad Co. Office of the President. Statement to the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives [July 6, 1882]; Annual report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office for the year 1882; Forfeited Grants: Northern Pacific Railroad [1883?]; Remarks of Robert Harris, President of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, before the Senate Committee on Public Lands. January 26th, 1884; Summary of the Arguments made February, 1884, before3 committees of Congress, by George Gray, Counsel; Points and authorities stated and cited in argument on behalf of the Railroad Company, Appellant. George Gray, Counsel. Before the Secretary of the Interior. Northern Pacific R. R. Co. vs. Guilford Miller

230 – 235

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Supreme Court of the United States. Buttz, Ex’r, etc. v. Northern Pacific R. Co. ; In the Matter of the Northern Pacific Railroad land grant. Brief of George Gray, Esq., and J. Lewis Stackpole, Esq., of counsel for that company, in opposition to the forfeiture of the grant, before committees of the 49th Congress, 1886; Land Committee’s Report to the Directors of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company March 4, 1887

236 – 238

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Railroad Legislation, Supreme Court Cases, and Controversies (Rate Raising), 1875 – 1912

239 – 268

 

 

Complaint. The Northern Pacific Railroad Company, vs. The St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Company, and others. Clay County, District Court [1875]; Supreme Court of Montana. January Term, 1886. Northern Pacific R. Co. v. Lilly; Superior Court of the City of New York. Henry Villard against The Northern Pacific Railroad Company and others. Argument of Mr. Henry H. Anderson for defendant company; Report of receivers under order of September 1, 1893, as to adoption of lease of Wisconsin Central Railroad. Circuit Court of the United States for the Seventh Judicial Circuit. P. B. Winston, The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, et al., Complaints, against Northern Pacific Railroad Company, The Wisconsin Central Company, and The Wisconsin Central Railroad Company, Defendants

239 – 242

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In the Circuit Court of the United States for the eastern District of Wisconsin. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company vs. Northern Pacific Railroad Company et al. Answer of Henry C. Payne, Receiver ; United States Circuit Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, Complainant, vs. Northern Pacific Railroad Company et al., Defendants. Consolidated Case. Strike Injunctions issued by Honorable James G. Jenkins, United States Circuit Judge [1894]

243 – 244

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In the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company vs. Northern Pacific Railroad Company, et al. Answer of Thomas F. Oakes, Receiver [1894]; In the Circuit Court of the United States, for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company vs. Northern Pacific Railroad Company, et al. Answer of Defendants, W. C. Sheldon & Co. [1894]

245 – 246

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In the Circuit Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Wisconsin. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company vs. Northern Pacific Railroad Company, et al. Answer of Henry C. Rouse, Receiver [1894]; U.S. Circuit Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin. The Farmers’ Loan and Trust Co., Complainant, vs. Northern Pacific Railroad Co., et al., Defendants. Opinion of Judge Jenkins dismissing petition of N. P. R. R. Co. upon attempted removal of Thomas F. Oakes, Receiver [October 15, 1894]; Northern Pacific Railroad Company. United States and State Legislation, 1884; Opinion of George Gray, General Counsel Northern Pacific R. R. Co. as to the Company’s authority to guarantee interest and sinking fund on Branch Road Companies’ bonds [November 1, 1887]; Opinion of George Gray, General Counsel Northern Pacific R. R. Co. as to the Company’s authority to issue Collateral Trust Certificates or Bonds [February 13, 1888]; Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company. Copy of the Statute of the State of Wisconsin providing for a Railway Commission, etc.

247 – 252

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Joseph Nimmo, Jr., Against the Rate Fixing Power. 1904 ; Joseph Nimmo, Jr., The Commerce Commission and Its Record. 1905; Townsend Bill (Anonymous pamphlet); Townsend Bill. Remarks of Hon. S. W. McCall, of Massachusetts, in the House of Representatives. ON the 7th day of Feb., 1905; Regulations of Railway Rates. Hearings before the Committee on Interstate Commerce, United States Senate. Statement of Mr. Walker D. Hines [1905]

253 – 257

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Remarks of Mr. Howard Elliott, President, Northern Pacific Railway Company before the Committee on Interstate Commerce, United States Senate, May 20, 1905 ; Why Business stopped What will start it How you can help Cause and Effect by T.A. Griffin, July 24, 1909; Bureau of Railway News and Statistics, Leaflet no. 13 October 21, 1909; [Managers Committee] To the Public November 29, 1909; To Employees of the Railways: I. H. Rawn, Chairman, Managers’ Committee. Dec. 1, 1909; The Power to Make Railroad Rates. Letter of the Railway Business Association to the Attorney General of the United States; The American Railroad Employees and Investors’ Association, The Railroad Situation from the Railroad man’s Viewpoint [1910]; Radical Railroad Regulation and its Effect on Business January 22, 1910; Bureau of Railway News and Statistics, Leaflet No. 14 June 8, 1910; Railway Business Association Bulletin No. 10, Duty of the Railways to the Shippers Shall they be Equipped to Fulfill it? February 23, 1912; The Railroad Question in the Northwest. A Few Plain Facts and Arguments

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Speeches and Addresses Made on Behalf of the Railroads, 1869 – 1913

269 – 290

 

 

The Northern Pacific Railroad; Its History and Equitable Rights. Address of Frederick Billings, President, to the Committee on Pacific Railroads of the House of Representatives. April 15th, 1880 ; The People and the Railroads. Official Facts Concerning the Transportation Situation in the Country in General and in the Northwest in Particular. January 1907; The Land of Fortune. Address by Howard Elliott, President, Northern Pacific Railway at the National Irrigation Congress, Spokane, Washington, August 11, 1909; Montana. An Address by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Co., Delivered at the Interstate Fair, Bozeman, Mont., September 1, 1910; Co-operation between the Railway Owner, the Railway Employe [sic] and the Railway User. Address by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific at the Montana State Fair, Helena, Montana, September 26, 1910; 273 is another copy of 274

269 – 274

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Address by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway Co Delivered at the Third National Apple Show, Spokane, Washington, November 14, 1910 ; The Relation of the Railway to Community and State-Wide Advertising. Address by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway before the Oregon Development League in annual convention Salem, Oregon, November 29, 1910; Minnesota. The railways and Advertising. Address by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway before the Minnesota Federation of Commercial Clubs in annual convention, Saint Paul, Minnesota, January 26, 1911; Efficient Railway Management. Extracts from an Address by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway before the “$100 an Acre Club,” Valley City, N.D., March 16, 1911; The Individual, The Corporation and the Government. Address by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway before the National Association of Manufactures at its Sixteenth Annual Convention Dinner, New York, May 17, 1911; A Mile of Railroad and a Country Store, by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway. Address at the North Dakota Industrial Exposition, Bismarck, N.D., September 29, 1911

275 – 280

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Business Efficiency in Farming and Railroading by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway. Address at Richland County Fair, Wahpeton, N. D. , Sept. 38, 1911 ; Public Opinion – Its effects on Business, by Howard Elliott, President, Northern Pacific Railway. Address before the Publicity Club of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota. January 10th, 1912; Relation between the Farmer and the Railroad, by Howard Elliott, Pres., Northern Pacific Railway. Address at the Tri-State Grain and Sock Growers Association, Fargo, N. D., January 17, 19122; The Conservation of Railway Service, by Howard Elliott, President, Northern Pacific Railway. Address at the Second Minnesota Conservation and Agricultural Development Congress, Minneapolis, Minn., November 20, 1912; The City of Superior, The Northern Pacific railway and their Future Growth by Howard Elliott, President, Northern Pacific Railway Address before the Rotary Club of Superior, Superior, Wisconsin January 7, 1913

281 – 285

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The Nation’s Future. Address delivered by Mr. James J. Hill at the Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul, Minnesota, September 3, 1906 ; Chicago’s Interest in Reciprocity with Canada. Address delivered by Mr. James J. Hill before the Merchants’ Club of Chicago November 10, 1906; Who Own the Railroads? by H. T. Newcomb, of the bar of the District of Columbia. Reprinted by permission from the Railroad Gazette of February 24, 1905; Socialism and the Railroads by H. G. Prout, Vice President and General Manager, Union Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale ( Pittsburgh), PA. An Address delivered before the Traffic Club of Pittsburgh, June 10, 1907; The Northern Pacific Railway; its effect upon the public credit, the public revenues, and the public debt. Speech of Hon. William Windom, of Minnesota, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 5, 1869

286 – 290

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Surveyors and Other Reports, 1867 – 1884

291 – 302

 

 

Letter of A. Anderson, Engineer-in-Chief N. P. R. R. Company to Henry Villard. 1884 ; Report of the Surveyor-General of Idaho made to the Secretary of the Interior for the year 1879; Northern Pacific Railroad Company. Report of Edwin F. Johnson, Engineer-in-Chief, to the Board of Directors, November, 1867; Report of the Surveyor-General of Washington made to the Secretary of the Interior for the year 1879; Engineering Facts and Reasons for locating the Northern Pacific Railroad upon the line selected west of the Rocky Mountains. 1877; Report of the Chief Engineer on the unfinished portion of the Northern pacific Railroad, made to the President of the Company, April 27, 1874; Northern pacific Railroad. Letter from Cap. John Mullan to Hon. L. F. Grover, U. S. Senate, relative to shipment of cattle from Oregon or Washington Territory. December 28, 1880

291 – 297

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Northern Pacific Railroad Co. [T. F. Oakes, Vice-President to President and Board of Directors. November 15, 1882 ; Report of an examination of the Puyallup Coal Fields located in Washington Territory, owned by the Northern Pacific R. R. Co., made by Professor W. S. Sheafer. 1876; Northern Pacific Railroad. Cascade Mountain Surveys to close of year 1880; The Survey of the Walla Walla and Columbia River Railroad, as made by Gen. James Tilton, Civil Engineer. 1871; Wilkeson’s Notes on Puget Sound. 1870

298 – 302

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Annual and Miscellaneous Reports of the St. Paul & Duluth Railroad, 1877 – 1899

303 – 322

 

 

Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending December 31, 1881 ; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending December 31, 1883; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending December 31, 1885; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending December 31, 1886; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending December 31, 1887; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending December 31, 1888

303 – 308

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Report of the St. Paul and Duluth Railroad Company for the six months ending June 30th, 1889 ; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1891; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1892; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1893; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1894; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1895

309 – 314

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Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1896 ; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1897; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1898; Report of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, for the year ending June 30th, 1899; Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders and of meetings of the Board of Directors of the Saint Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, held at St. Paul, June 20th and 22nd, 1887; By-Laws of the Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad Co. adopted August 21, 1877; By-Laws of the Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad Company, as amended to June 22, 1887; By-Laws of the Saint Paul and Duluth Railroad Company, as amended to June 20, 1881

315 – 322

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Charter, By-Laws, Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Incorporation, Annual Reports, and Prospectus of Small Companies (Railroads and Other), 1870 – 1906

323 – 331

 

 

Charter and By-Laws of the Lake Superior and Puget Sound Company ; By-Laws of the Northern Express Company June 11, 1906; Articles of Incorporation of the Northern Pacific Terminal Co. of Oregon Incorporated August 28th, 1882; The Northern Pacific Terminal Co. or Oregon. By-Laws; Certificate of Incorporation of the Northwestern Improvement Company

323 – 327

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Oregon Railway and Navigation Company. Third Annual Report of the President to the Stockholders, for the year ending June 30th, 1882 ; Oregon and Transcontinental Company. Second Annual Report of the Board of Directors to the Stockholders, for the year ending June 30th, 1883; Saint Paul & Northern Pacific Railway Co. Prospectus. Issued June 20, 1883; Saint Paul & Northern Pacific Railway Co. By-Laws, adopted May 29, 1883

328 – 331

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Guidebooks and Statistics, 1870 - 1881

332 – 341

 

 

Statistics of Minnesota, Pertaining to Agriculture, Manufactures, Population, &c., &c. for 1870: Being the Second Annual Report of the Commissioner of Statistics to the Governor . Saint Paul, Minnesota: Press Printing Company, 1871

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Minnesota: Its Resources and Progress; its beauty, healthfulness and fertility; and its attractions and advantages as a home for immigrants, with a descriptive map. 1871 ; Minnesota: Its resources and progress; its beauty, healthfulness and fertility; and its attractions and advantages as a home for immigrants, with a map. 1871

333 – 334

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Guide to the Northern Pacific Railroad Lands in Minnesota [1872]; Guide to the Northern Pacific Railroad Lands in Minnesota [1872]; Minnesota, the Empire State of the New North-West, the Commercial, Manufacturing and Geographical Centre of the American Continent. 1878; Suggestions to Encourage Settlement and secure rapid development of the wheat lands of Minnesota and Dakota, tributary to the Northern Pacific Railroad. 1881

335 – 338

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Facts about Montana Territory and the way to get there. 1872 ; Settlers’ Guide to Oregon and Washington Territory and to the lands of the Northern Pacific Railroad on the Pacific Slope. [1872]; Washington Territory west of the Cascade Mountain, containing a description of Puget Sound, and rivers emptying into it. 1870

339 – 341

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Miscellaneous, 1883 – 1913

342 – 348

 

 

U. S. Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Statistics – Bulletin 89. Marketing Grain and Live Stock in the Pacific Coast Region. 1911 ; The Bankers Magazine. LXXXIV, No. 2, February, 1912

342 – 343

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“Farewell dinner tendered Mr. Howard Elliott by the officers and employes [sic] of the Northern Pacific Railway August 9, 1913, St. Paul, Minnesota. Printed Program

344

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Nord-Pacifc-Eisenbahn. Grössungs-Ausflug. Program für Gäste aus Deutschland. August 1883 ; Northern Pacific Railroad. Opening Excursion. List of Guests. August, 1883

345 – 346

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Railway Statistics of the United States of America for the year ending June 30, 1909 compared with the official reports of 1908 and recent statistics of foreign railways. 1910

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The St. Paul Chamber of Commerce. Thirty-first Annual January, 1899

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