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The Wabash trade route in the development of the old Northwest
Benton, Elbert Jay
|Statement||by Elbert Jay Benton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||112|
The October timetable (front, back cover, map, and three pages of condensed schedules, above) is from my collection. Click to enlarge, and click on the enlargement to enlarge further. Wabash and Frisco were unique in that they ran both east and west of St. Louis, Wabash to Detroit and Kansas City (and on to LA via UP) and Frisco to Birmingham (and. The Vincennes Bridge Over the Wabash River* By ROEERT B. YULE “On the Banks of the Wabash” is a phrase of song and story, and justly an oft repeated phrase in the state of In- diana. Let us imagine for a moment the Wabash River as not crossing the state or forming its southwestern boundary. What towns would be found instead of Wabash, Peru, Delphi. Wabash is a town on the Illinois side of the Mississippi, across from St. Louis. Wabash is also the name of the steel mill, which is the main industry here in the summer of This is the setting for Butler's novel about the Coles, Deborah and : Historic Wabash Railway Station in The Loop Has a New Owner Alex Ihnen Development & Preservation, Featured, Transportation 26 comments Washington University in St. Louis is now the owner of the long vacant Wabash Railway Company building at the Delmar MetroLink Station in The Loop.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Benton, Elbert Jay, Wabash trade route in the development of the old Northwest. [Fort Wayne] Public Library of Fort Wayne and Allen County, The Wabash trade route in the development of the old Northwest by Benton, Elbert Jay, Pages: Full text of "The Wabash Trade Route in the Development of the Old Northwest" See other formats.
Get this book in print. AbeBooks; road Roann Salamonie River Samuel schoolhouse Scnoons September settlers society superintendent teachers Thomas tion Town of Wabash trade Treaty Grounds Union Upper Wabash village Wabash & Erie Wabash County Wabash River Wabash Valley Wayne Weesner Volume 1 of History of Wabash County Indiana.
The km ( miles) Wabash and Erie Canal was built to link the Great Lakes to the Ohio River (Benton ; Reser ). It originally consisted of four segments: Miami and Erie Canal, Wabash and Erie Canal, the Cross Cut Canal, and the Central Canal (Figure 1).Cited by: 1.
The Ohio River, which comprises the state's southern border, was the most important migration route into southern Ohio.
Migrants passed through the state using roads, canals, railroads, and the Ohio River as they moved west, north, and south. The other major route was that of the London-based Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) through Hudson the HBC began to move inland in with the construction of Cumberland House on the Saskatchewan River, most of its traffic inland was via the Hayes River from York the direct competition that ensued between the HBC and other traders, the rivals paced one another westward.
The source of the Wabash name was the Wabash River, a mile ( km)-long river in the eastern United States that flows southwest from northwest Ohio near Fort Recovery, Ohio across northern Indiana to Illinois where it forms the southern portion of the Illinois-Indiana border before draining into the Ohio River, of which it is the largest northern arters: St.
Louis, Missouri. The Wabash River /ˈwɔːbæʃ/ (French: Ouabache) is a mile-long ( km) river in Ohio and Indiana, United States, that flows from the headwaters near the middle of Ohio's western border northwest then southwest across northern Indiana The Wabash trade route in the development of the old Northwest book south along the Illinois border where the southern portion forms the Indiana-Illinois border before ⁃ location: Near Fort Recovery in Mercer County, Ohio.
The route of the Wabash Pittsburgh Terminal Railway, from Zanesville OH to Connellsville PA. InGould acquired the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad, extending the western line from Toledo to Zanesville, Ohio.
The Wabash Pittsburgh Terminal Railway was then created by piecing together several independant railroads south and east of Pittsburgh. More specifically, inNew York found the cost of transportation from Buffalo to New York City was three times the market value of wheat, six times of corn, and twelve times of oats.
By the s, ton-mile prices dropped as low as, attributed in part to price deflation and the spread of. This book was written by someone who grew up in my hometown. In the town there is a street called Wabash, not far from my Mom's house. He wrote the book about life in the town during the Great Depression.
It's a bit socialist, and a lot angry, but I really enjoyed it and read it pretty quickly/5. French explorers, missionaries and fur traders were the first white men to arrive on the scene, and the Wabash soon became the great trade route linking the lower Great Lakes and the Mississippi River.
Much of the struggle for control of the New World by the French and British took place along the Wabash. This is a practical guidebook to navigating the Wabash River and traveling along the river its entire length from Ft.
Recovery, Ohio, through Indiana, to its confluence with the Ohio River at the Indiana/Illinois border. It includes detailed navigational charts, geographic and historical information about the river, along with the location of landmarks, hazards, bridges, ramps, tributaries 5/5(1).
Inc. in IN, May, 17, Acquired from The Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific Railway: mi. OH/IN state line to IN/IL state line The Wabash, St. Louis and Pacific Railway (5/23/). Although the route was too rough for trading furs and goods, Mackenzie’s historic expedition made him the first European to cross North America north of Mexico.
Later Career. After spending the winter of –94 at Fort Chipewyan, Mackenzie decided to leave the northwest for good, travelling east to Grand Portage and then to Upper Canada. The Northwest Passage is a famed sea route from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean through a group of sparsely populated Canadian islands known as the Arctic Archipelago.
The Erie Canal is a mile waterway that connects the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River in upstate New York. The channel, which. River Corridor Development. The Wabash River Enhancement Corporation’s (WREC) long range mission is to enhance the Wabash River Corridor in Fountain, Warren, Tippecanoe, and Carroll counties.
Current corridor master planning efforts are focused on the Tippecanoe County portion of the river to take advantage of existing project implementation resource. Old Wabash. Words by Edwin Meade Robinson, Music by Carroll Ragan, From the hills of Maine to the western plain, or where the cotton is blowing; From the gloomy shade of the northern pine, to the light of the southern seas; There's a name held dear and a color we.
1 Wabash County Jewish Heritage Wabash County, located in north-central Indiana was named after the Wabash River. Its largest city, Wabash, became the county seat in 1 The area developed in response to the construction of the Wabash and Erie Canal, part of an ambitious state project to provide waterway transportation across Size: KB.
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Title Map showing the line of the Toledo, Wabash, & Western Railway Company and its connections. Summary General map of the midwestern states with drainage, cities and towns, and the railroads with emphasis on the main line.
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Yes, Louis Spilman gave back to his town, but he never forgot his Alma Mater. And while few might remember this jaunty fellow, the men of the Stagg Bowl team have a lasting token of his love for Old Wabash in the rings he made possible with his generous gift in Wabash noted his accomplishments with an honorary degree in This bibliography lists articles, books, thesis, and dissertations concerning the geography, maps, and cartography of the state of Indiana, its cities, towns, and counties.
Almost all of the materials are held at the Wells Library, East Tower 2, Indiana University Bloomington, IN (). For precise. Old Northwest synonyms, Old Northwest pronunciation, Old Northwest translation, English dictionary definition of Old Northwest. See Northwest Territory. n the land between the Great Lakes, the Mississippi, and the Ohio River.
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Located on a broad terrace overlooking the Mississippi River, three miles north of the confluence of the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers, Prairie du Chien was a crossroads of the fur trade in the Old was a rendezvous point for the hunters, trappers, and traders — white and Indian — who plied the route between Canada and the fur country west of the Great Lakes.
"The combination of Delta and Northwest was a notable event, especially inside American's headquarters building," wrote Gary Kennedy, American Airlines' former general counsel in his new book Author: Leslie Josephs. Defenders of soil, woods, waters, air, and wildlife, the Wabash County Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America is settled near the Mississinewa Reservoir in Wabash County.
The chapter grounds have acres of woods, hiking trails, and campsites, as well as a two-acre pond. Wabash National Corp.
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