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Title: [Letter] 1825 Jun. 6, Murfreesboro, Tennessee [to] George M. Troup, Millidgeville, Georgia / W[illia]m Carroll : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Carroll, William
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Date: June 6, 1825
Extent: 3p
Summary:This is a letter from Governor William Carroll to George M. Troup, dated June 6, 1825. Troup is governor of Georgia. The Tennessee legislature has proposed that a canal be built to connect the Hiwassee River to the Coosa River, and also for one to bypass the muscle shoals. Carroll writes Troup for information about undertaking such a project and to secure Georgia's cooperation.
Collection:Governor William Carroll Papers
Box:1
Folder:2
Document: sl767
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