|Statement||[comp. by] J. M. Wolfe|
|Series||Nineteenth century American literature and history|
|Contributions||Wolfe, J. M|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p., 34 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||210|
Business Directories Wolfe, J.M. Wolfe's Mercantile Guide, Gazetteer and Busines Directory of Cities, Towns, Villages, Stations, and Government Forts, Located upon the Lines of the Following Named Railroads: Union Pacific, Ohamha & Northwestern, Sioux City & Pacific, Omaha & Republican Valley, Colorado Central, Utah Northern, Utah Central, Utah Western, Utah Southern, Bingham Canyon. Wolfe's mercantile guide, gazetteer, and business directory of cities, towns, villages, stations, and government forts, located upon the lines of the following named railroads: Union Pacific, Omaha & Northwestern, Sioux City & Pacific, Omaha & Republican Valley, Colorado Central, Utah Northern, Utah Central, Utah Western, Utah Southern, Bingham Can[y]on & Camp Floyd, Wahsat[c]h & Jordan. Get this from a library! Guide, gazetteer and directory of Nebraska railroads comprising the Union Pacific, Sioux City and Pacific, Midland Pacific, Burlington and Missouri River in Nebraska, Omaha and Northwestern, Omaha and Southwestern, and Brownville, Ft. Kearney & Pacific Railroads. A general description of the state to which is added a classified business directory of each town. Nebraska Atlas and Gazetteer (Nebraska Atlas & Gazetteer) Map – October 1, by Delorme (Author), null (Editor, Illustrator) out of 5 stars 53 ratingsReviews:
The Northern Counties Gazetteer and Directory, for A Complete and Perfect Guide to Northern Illinois, Containing a Concise Description of the Cities, Towns & Principal Villages, with the Names of the Public Officers, Professional and Business Men, in the Counties of Boone, Cook, De Kalb, Du Page, Jo Daviess, Kane, Lake, McHenry, Stephenson, Winnebago; and a Variety of Other Useful and. History Nebraska has an and an NEBRASKA GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY that lists farmers and businessmen by towns and counties. Both provide name, occupation, post office address, and county of residence. The GAZETTEER is indexed. Paul T. Hellmann is a freelance writer and geographer who most recently researched, wrote, and/or edi entries (about one-fourth of the total) for the new Columbia Gazetteer of the World, for which he did field research in 37 states. Title: Nebraska Rail Map Created Date: 2/19/ PM.
Abbreviations -- Alphabetical list of towns -- Alterations, corrections, etc. -- Classified directory -- Classified directory of foreign advertisers -- County officers -- County school commissioners -- Court calender -- Errata -- Express stations -- General assembly -- Islands -- Planters' and farmers' directory -- Railroad abbreviations -- Railroads and stations -- Rivers and landings. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. McKenney's gazetteer and directory of the Central Pacific Railroad and its branches for a guide and business directory complete in one volume. City directories are the telephone books of the 19th century. They relate people and places line by line in alphabetical order year after year. Some list occupations or miscellaneous information about recent deaths or relocations. Some list businesses. Some verge on the genre of biographical. Nebraska, Wyoming and Western Railroad: CB&Q: Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad: North-Eastern Nebraska Railroad: CNW: Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway: Northern Nebraska Air Line Railroad: CNW: Sioux City and Pacific Railroad: Omaha Belt Railway: MP: Missouri Pacific Railway.