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Title:[Letter] 1829 Sep. 6, Le[a]venworth, Indiana [to] William Hall, Nashville, Tennessee : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author: [unknown]

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Date: September 6, 1829
Extent: 7p
Summary:This is a letter to Governor William Hall dated September 6, 1829. The author is known only as a member of Indiana's state Legislature. The author is proposing his idea of an interstate railroad from Indiana to South Carolina. The author gives many reasons for the railroad, and refers to other papers on the topic. He also suggests that the idea be put forth to their respective Legislatures.
Collection:Governor William Hall Papers
Document: sl603

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