Will Congress Preserve the National Faith in Its Dealings With the Pacific Railroad Companies?

Will Congress Preserve the National Faith in Its Dealings With the Pacific Railroad Companies?

Extracts From the Debates in Congress on the Passage of the Acts to Secure the Construction of A Railroad to the Pacific, With Some Suggestions Upon the Question Whether the United States Issued Their Bonds to the Pacific Railway Companies to Promote and Protect the National Interests, and Upon An Adequate Consideration, or as An Act of Bounty

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Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Gibson Bros., printers, 1871
Characteristics: 1 online resource (47 p.)

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