Is there objetion to the pres line between sections 20 and 21 , township 153 north
, range 41 west ent consideration of this bill ... Township , Pennington County ,
Minn . , to construct a bridge The Clerk read as follows : across Red Lake River .
Author: United States. Congress
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2505 BRIDGE ACROSS RED RIVER OF THE NORTH BETWEEN HALSTAD
AND HERBERG FEBRUARY 5 , 1931. ... State of North Dakota , across the Red
River of the North on the boundary line between said States , having considered
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new line of its railroad upon the west side of the broken red line as shown upon “
Approved Plan A " on file and ... the abutment shown on said map at A B and said
broken red line , and is to be carried across said street at a grade of 37.5 feet ...
Author: Connecticut. Board of Railroad Commissioners
"Together with the annual report of the railroad companies in this state for ... ; to which are added leading statistics prepared by the Commissioners" (varies).
The Red Line cuts through the darkness and sometimes we see it , " Jake began ,
drawing an imaginary line across the center of the room for them . Nelly saw it as
clearly as if she ' d done it with paint . “ And sometimes we go across .
Author: Kit Reed
This fourth collection of Reed's stories (to go along with her 12 novels) is unified by the theme of the relentlessness of change and its effects upon individuals, families, and communities. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
It is contended by the States of Oklahoma and Texas that not only the original
grant or treaty with the Indians , which defined the boundary line to the Red River
, but the subsequent treaties between the tribes themselves , which have been ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce
Considers (71) S. 2564, (71) S. 2565, (71) S. 2566.