2 edition of Promotion of immigration to the Pacific Northwest by the railroads found in the catalog.
Promotion of immigration to the Pacific Northwest by the railroads
James Blaine Hedges
Reprinted from The Mississippi Historical Review, Vol. XV, No. 2, September, 1928.
|Statement||by James B. Hedges.|
|Series||Bobbs-Merrill reprint series in history -- H-99|
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PROMOTION OF IMMIGRATION TO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST BY THE RAILROADS' By JAMES B. HEDGES In the development of the Oregon country the first great at-traction which drew the permanent settler to the region was the agricultural wealth of the Willamette Valley.
As a result, until aboutsettlement in the far Northwest was confined chiefly. Logging Railroads of the Pacific Northwest in Color Vol 1: Washington State Hardcover – January 1, by Gary Durr (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Manufactured goods available in the Pacific Northwest in the late s were shipped from factories in the east.
“Railroads helped create a new class of consumer items. Specialty goods and luxuries, once limited to small local markets, now could be moved almost anywhere in the states, creating almost instant fads and trends.”.
Fascinating history of the Union Pacific in the northwest (Oregon and Washington) that deserves its status as a classic reference work.
Traces the line's predecessors from the days of John Ainsworth and the Oregon Steam Navigation Co. and Henry Villard, details the rivalries between the NP and UP as well as the cities they served, the growth of the ORR&N under E.
Harriman (including an 5/5(2). Popular Railroads Of The Inland Northwest Books Showing of 12 The Vista Dome North Coast Limited: The Story Of The Northern Pacific Railway's Famous Domeliner (Hardcover). This page was created in December to showcase our finds while exploring abandoned railroads in the Pacific Northwest.
Since then, the site has grown extensively and now has thousands of photos, dozens of videos and almost a hundred articles on both abandoned and.
torship as a promotion project of the Northern Pacific. Publications merely provided the impetus to a move ment which would have taken place whether or not railroad and immigration to the Pacific Northwest by the Railroads," in Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Size: 1MB.
Many of the new texts were explicitly promotional in nature, designed to stimulate immigration to or investment in the region. Other prose and poetry aimed to incorporate the region into the eastern world of arts and letters. In the process, new notions of a Pacific.
Immigration and the Railroad Introduction. The railroad played an important part in the immigration of hundreds of thousands of people to this country. At one time Baltimore was home to the nation's largest immigrant pier.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad not only served the pier to transport the new citizens to the west, but it owned the pier as. The Northern Pacific Railway (reporting mark NP) was a transcontinental railroad that operated across the northern tier of the western United States, from Minnesota to the Pacific was approved by Congress in and given nearly forty million acres (62, sq mi;km 2) of land grants, which it used to raise money in Europe for sor: Burlington Northern, (later BNSF).
Active & Abandoned Railroads of the Pacific Northwest - Extensive photos and histories of abandoned railroads, logging railroads, structures, bridges, tunnels, and train wrecks, plus active shortlines, tourist railroads, and steam locomotives.
Alaska Midland Railroad, The - A brief history of The Alaska Midland Railroad. Railroad History Books - Thousands of new, used, and out-of. Just as railroads "mechanized" and accelerated production throughout the economy of the Pacific Northwest, the "steam donkey" further mechanized and accelerated production in the timber industry.
Steam donkeys were introduced during the s to replace the ox and horse teams that hauled fallen logs out of the forest. PNRA's Vision: Promote world-wide access to Pacific Northwest railroad heritage. Our Mission: Provide a permanent institution for the preservation of railroad records from the greater Pacific Northwest area and make them accessible over the Internet.
Preserve Railroad Collections which need a new home, but the owners or their families don't. Co-owned 50%% by the Great Northern (GN) and the Northern Pacific (NP) railroads, this railway increased the power that legendary railroad empire-builder James (Jim) Hill wielded specifically in Oregon and the Northwest in general.
The railroad started construction from Portland to Spokane along the north bank of the Columbia River. Railroads and Clearcuts. The legacy of the Northern Pacific railroad land grant is alive in the Pacific Northwest and takes the form of log exports, checkerboard forests, unrelenting "public education" campaigns, wealthy lobby groups, and large corporations that wield enormous political and economic influence in the state capitals of the Pacific Northwest and in Washington, D.C.
The Pacific Northwest: an interpretive history User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Schwantes surveys the economic and social history of the Pacific Northwest (Washington, Oregon, Idaho) from the time of the first white-Indian contact to /5(1).
The Northern Pacific Railroad played a pivotal role in the development of railroads in Seattle and in the Puget Sound region.
The company's decision to locate its Western terminus in Tacoma ignited Seattle's indignation and brought the city together to form its own railroad company, the Seattle & Walla Walla.
The Oregon Improvement Company was formed to operate railroads, steamboats, ferries, warehouses, wharves, locks, mines, and flumes, in effect a monopoly over Washington and Oregon. Villard’s empire soon grew beyond the Pacific Northwest.
In Februaryhe and an investment group he organized spent more than $36 million on Northern Pacific. Logging Railroads of the Pacific Northwest In Color Vol. 1: Washington State- Author Gary Durr takes the reader on a guided tour of the various logging railroads that served the State of Washington during the color film era: Weyerhaeuser, Klickitat.
Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive, Burien, Washington. 3, likes talking about this 24 were here. The Pacific Northwest Railroad Archive (PNRA) was formed by a consortium of non-profit 5/5(13). Hedges, James B. “Promotion of Immigration to the Pacific Northwest by the Railroads.” The Mississippi Valley Historical Review Vol, No.2 (): Focusing primarily on Oregon’s effort to encourage settlement in Willamette country, Hedges discusses the State Board of Immigration.
The railroads of the northwest coast and in.To navigate through the Ribbon, use standard browser navigation keys. To skip between groups, use Ctrl+LEFT or Ctrl+RIGHT. To jump to the first Ribbon tab use Ctrl+[.Tourists in Wonderland: Early Railroad Tourism in the Pacific Northwest Columbia Magazine, Winter Vol.
7, No. 4 By Carlos A. Schwantes It is hardly coincidental that the massive and much-documented railroad promotional campaigns conducted during the s and again during the first two decades of the 20th century were each accompanied byFile Size: KB.