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3 edition of Sinking fund of Central and Union Pacific Railroads. found in the catalog.

Sinking fund of Central and Union Pacific Railroads.

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Pacific Railroads

Sinking fund of Central and Union Pacific Railroads.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
  • Postal service,
  • Steamboats

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUnion Pacific Railway, account for Pacific Mail Steam Ship Company
    SeriesS.doc.52
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of the Interior
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination15 p.
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16038807M

    Forming The Modern Southern Pacific. The vaunted Southern Pacific name carries a complex history although its immediate heritage can be traced back to the Transcontinental Railroad's completion. When the Central Pacific (CP) and Union Pacific met on at Promontory Summit, Utah the West was opened to new means of economic development and settlement, enabling travelers to take cross. Transcontinental Railroad Jeff Neukirch History American History to Dr. Kimberly Weathers 26 June The Impacts of the Transcontinental Railroad On as the “Last Spike” struck by Leland Stanford now connected the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads across the United States at Promontory Summit in the Utah.


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Sinking fund of Central and Union Pacific Railroads. by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Pacific Railroads Download PDF EPUB FB2

That an appropriation warrant was issued on account of sinking-fund, Union Pacific Railroad Company, for the amount expended by the Treasurer of the United States in the purchase of five per cent bonds as before recited, and there was included in the amount appropriated the sum of $5, which had been deposited and covered into the treasury, as shown in the other findings.

Get this from a library. Shall the public faith be maintained?: review of the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the Sinking Fund Cases: Union Pacific Railroad Company vs. The United States, Central Pacific Railroad Company vs. Albert Gallatin. [Henry V Poor]. "Credit to be given under date of August ___, and one-half, $5, on account sinking fund, Union Pacific Railroad Company, to be carried to credit under sec.

4 of the above act." "JOHN SHERMAN" "Secretary of the Treasury, Assee. Union Pacific Railroad" And the Assistant Treasurer of the United States endorsed the same. This book gives the sometimes convoluted history of the Union Pacific Railway, a storied company from America's Gilded Age.

paid pany Passenger payment President profit proposed railroad and telegraph rates road and telegraph route second session secure sinking-fund Sioux City Statutes at Large What are $75, or $, in. The Central Pacific Railroad was the company responsible for building the western segment of the transcontinental railroad.

Theodore Judah, a civil engineer and one of the Central Pacific’s founders, figured out a pathway through California’s treacherous Sierra Nevada range, lobbied Congress to fund the transcontinental railroad, and in assembled a group of investors to finance it.

Inthe Central Pacific and the Union Pacific Railroad Companies began building a transcontinental railroad that would link the United States from east to. Central Pacific Railroad, American railroad company founded in by a group of California merchants known later as the “Big Four” (Collis P.

Huntington, Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins, and Charles Crocker); they are best remembered for having built part of the first American transcontinental rail line was first conceived and surveyed by an engineer, Theodore Dehone Judah, who.

CENTRAL PACIFIC–UNION PACIFIC RACECENTRAL PACIFIC–UNION PACIFIC RACE, a construction contest between the two railroad companies bidding for government subsidies, land grants, and public favor. The original Pacific Railway Act () authorized the Central Pacific to build eastward from California and the Union Pacific to build westward to the western Nevada boundary.

As best I can tell, the first major railroad land grants originated with the legislation that enabled the transcontinental railroad.

At that time, the Union Pacific and Central Pacific railroads were granted foot right-of-ways plus ten Sinking fund of Central and Union Pacific Railroads. book miles of land for every mile of track built. Journals, Ledger and journal relating to sinking fund accounts of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads, Registers of bonds held as securities for public deposits,and as backing for national bank note circulation, Registers of duty collected on national bank note circulation, a hidden clause exposed; an important provision in a railway bill.

investing the sinking fund money of the union pacific and central pacific in the bonds of those roads. Union Pacific operates North America's premier railroad franchise, covering 23 states in the western two-thirds of the United States.

United States v. Union Pacific Railroad Co., 91 U. 72; Sinking-Fund Cases, 99 U.99 U. ; Union Pacific Railroad Co. United States, U.

This contract is binding on the United States, and they cannot, without the consent of the company, change its terms by any subsequent legislation. Sinking-Fund Cases, ubi supra. According to the book, "Union Pacific Railroad," by historians Joe Welsh and Kevin Holland, an amended Pacific Railroad Act of increased this figure to twenty alternate sections (or aro acres for every mile completed).

Additionally, there were federal loans varying from $16, to $48, per mile, depending on the topography's. The Union Pacific Railroad: acts of Congress relating thereto, and amendments ; by-laws of the company, and mortgages executed for the security of the first mortgage, land grant, income, bridge and sinking fund bonds.

(Boston: Printed for the company, ), by Union Pacific Railroad Company and statutes United States. Laws (page images at. SINKING FUND CASES Union Pacific Railroad Co. United States 99 U.S. () Central Pacific Railroad Co. Gallatin 99 U.S. Congress authorized the construction of transcontinental railroads and made massive grants and loans to them.

Following the exposure of enormous corruption in the management of the roads, Congress enacted a statute requiring that. The contract between the Union and Central Pacific Railroad Companies and the government was an executed contract, and a definite one.

It was in effect this: that the government should loan the companies certain moneys, and that the companies should have a certain period of time to repay the amount, the loan resting on the security of the.

Railroad Along the Historic Union Pacific Through Nebraska (Railroad Along the Historic Union Pacific State by Stat) by Eugene Arundel Miller and Vicki Weiland | out of 5 stars 4. Founded July 1,when President Lincoln signed the Pacific Railway Act, Union Pacific has been building America for more than years.

Starting with the construction of the first transcontinental railroad, surviving the country's multiple economic crises, supporting America's military men and women through conflicts and forging forward to overcome hurricanes, floods and droughts, Union.

The Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR) was a rail company chartered by U.S. Congress in to build a railroad eastwards from Sacramento, California, to complete the western part of the "First Transcontinental Railroad" in North orated inCPRR ceased operation in when it was acquired by Southern Pacific Railroad as a leased line.

The bill to create a sinking fund for paying Government bonds advanced to the Central, Western and Union Pacific Railroads was reported. The question of taking up View Full Article in Timesmachine. By contrast, our understanding is that the Central and Union Pacific Railroads did not receive government subsidies because the government railroad bonds had to be and were repaid in full with interest, that according to the U.S.

Supreme Court the government and the railroads shared equally in the increased value of the land grants, and that the U.S.

government got a billion dollar discount on. OnLeland Stanford tapped the ceremonial Gold Spike into a pre-drilled hole to link the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, creating the First Transcontinental Railroad.

On Jthe Central Pacific Railroad Company of California and the Western Pacific Railroad Company were consolidated under the name of tile Central Pacific Railroad Company. The number of miles acquired by this consolidation was: Junction with Union Pacific to Sacramento Brighton, Cal., to San José, Cal Total History of the first mortage [sic] 30 years 6 per cent paramount lien bonds having priority over the subsidy bonds of the United States.

Issued by and assigned to Charles Durkee from to by the Union and Kansas Pacific Railroad Co., and the Central and Western Pacific Railroad Company and by order and demand of President Johnson made on these railroads.

Union Pacific Railroad by Brian Solomon is a good detailed look at the operations, history and locomotives of the Union Pacific Railroad.

If you're interested in the UP or are a fan of the railroad, then you really have no reason not to buy this s: 9. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Douglas Coupland Video Podcast Proyector Brazilian Soccer Podcast Nat for the Chat - Natalie Verdejo Solo Mute Repeat Pod Girl Pow Wow Beautiful Girlhood by Mabel Hale.

The contracts of the government with the Union Pacific Railroad Company and with the Central Pacific, which the act of Congress of has in view, were not made by the act ofthe act chartering the former company, nor by the amending act of Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Testimony and index (vol. I-IX) paged continuously. Bound in 5 v., each having the added t.p. and index of the executive documents of the Senate of the United States for the first session of the Fiftieth Congress. Commission appointed under the act of Congress approved March 3,entitled "An act authorizing an.

The Union Pacific Railroad and the Mormon Church, An in Depth Study of the most extensive study in his book union pacific countryCounta he is the only scholar who hasliaslaas been allowed access in recent times to the union pacific the building of the utah central railroad and the settlement of final.

This lap book template is designed to help students summarize content from the Cotton, Cattle and Railroads era of Texas. It contains spaces for notes on the cotton industry, cattle industry, cowboys, Buffalo Soldiers, Indian Wars, and railroads in Texas.

Lap books engage students. The assembly of the lap book should take 15 – 20 minutes. You can construct the lap book at the. Oliver Ames Jr. served as president of Union Pacific Railroad (UP) while the railroad was busy building the First Transcontinental Railroad in North America.

He was its president pro tem from untiland was formally elected president of the company on Ma He. Iron Horses to Promontory Railroad: Central Pacific – Union Pacific Gearld M.

Best Golden West Bookspages; Kansas Central Narrow Gauge Slim Rails Across the Midlands I.E. Quastler South Platte Presspages; Life And Adventures Of Sam Bass – The Notorious Union Pacific And Texas Train Robber Bass, Sam.

Sinking Fund – UPRR 1 Item: Copy of UPRR Sinking fund Mortgage Bond (printed, unsigned), 7 pages Southern Pacific Railroad Company 21 June 1 item: Telegram, Leland Stanford to Bushnell re Ogden Junction Spence, B.W., Chief Clerk, Cashier, UPRR (Boston) Item 1: Letter, (2 pp) Spence to Bushnell, Claim for Services, 21 Jan.

Central Pacific Railroad construction in the 's. Stereoviews, engravings, maps, and documents are treasures of western Americana that illustrate the history of the first transcontinental railroad, built from Sacramento, California over the Sierra Nevada mountains, the to end of track at the Golden Spike Ceremony at Promontory, Utah where the rails were joined on with the Union.

As early asthe local managers of the Union Pacific road, with prominent citizens of Omaha and the trans-Platte counties, had under consideration the project of a railroad line connecting with the Union Pacific at Valley Junction, running through Saunders, Butler and Polk Counties, and extending ultimately to and along the Republican Valley.

Tlic extension since the consolidation from Reading to %ne line w built to the Pacific Improvement Company, which rece f ved. 80, Central Pacific stock and $2, in first mortgage bonds on the lino as it wag built.

a Were Mr. Crocker and yourself ~tocbhulderfii In the. OMAHA, Neb., Ma /PRNewswire/ -- Union Pacific Railroad Company announced today that it has determined the contingent interest and sinking fund payments due in respect of Available Net.

The Southern Pacific Railroad was closely allied with the Central Pacific interests headed by Collis P. Huntington, and in the great Southern Pacific Company was formed, which acquired stock control of the entire aggregation of railroads in the South and Southwest.

OMAHA, Neb., Ma /PRNewswire/--Union Pacific Railroad Company announced today that it has determined the contingent interest and sinking fund payments due in respect of Available Net.

Map showing the Union Pacific Railway and connecting railroads. Map of the western states showing relief by hachures, drainage, cities and towns, and the railroads with emphasis on the main line.

Contributor: Union Pacific Railway Company - G.W. & C. Colton & Co. Date: f.5 Central Pacific Railroad (U.S. vs. -5%) see also Gould, Jay; U.S. Congress Senate Judiciary Com. Central Pacific RR et al vs.

Albert Gallatin see Sinking Fund.marked the start of th anniversary of the Chinese building the First Transcontinental Railroad. Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs (APAPA), Union Pacific, California State Railroad Museum, California Center and Shandong Film Association, China co-hosted a series of events in Sacramento and San Francisco to celebrate this.