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Report of the President of the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston Rail-Road Company

by Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap, and Charleston Railroad Company

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Published by Printed by Wylie & Craig in Morristown .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads,
  • Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap, and Charleston Railroad Company

  • Edition Notes

    Signed by Mr. Carriger, Pres.

    ContributionsCarriger, C. E.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25167017M

    Filed under: Cumberland Gap Campaign, "Cumberland Gap," a paper read before the Ohio Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, June 3, , by Companion B.F. Stevenson, late surgeon (major) 22d Kentucky Vol. Infantry. (Cincinnati, H.C. Sherick & Co., ), by B. F. Stevenson (page images at HathiTrust). South Carolina Rail Road Company was a railroad company, that operated in South Carolina from to , when it was succeeded by the Southern Railway. It was formed in by the merger of the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company (SCC&RR) into The Louisville, Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad Company.

    "In the subject of railroads was agitated throughout East Tennessee. One plan was to build a railroad along the course the South and Western is now taking. another was from Cincinnati via Cumberland Gap to Charleston, S.C. The latter road secured a charter about   The Gilliland-Odell house is the only surviving structure of the old town of New Port, which was established as the seat of Cocke County in The town remained the county seat until about when all county offices were moved to the present town of Newport on the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston railroad lines.

    This Scottish native and entrepreneur was so impressed with the coal, iron ore and limestone deposits in Bell County, he formed the Gap Association which purcha acres in Bell County to in order to mine these resources. To secure access to the coal and iron fields, he formed the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap & Louisville Railroad. Start studying Chapter 7 - HUSH. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.


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Morristown, Tenn: Printed at the Gazette Office, Author: Maggie Patel. When the Louisville and Nashville Railroad was founded init was the first major railroad in the west, and the only one headquartered in Kentucky.

In the twentieth century, the L&N grew into one of the nation's major rail systems, reaching from the Great Lakes to the Ohio River Valley and down to Florida and the Gulf Coast.

Kincaid Herr worked for the Louisville and Nashville for more. Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwestern Railroad Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans Railroad Cincinnati and Charleston Railroad Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston Railroad Tennessee River and then in the direction of the Cumberland Gap, lo-cated near the juncture of Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia, would be preferred.

Edgar Thomson, the brilliant chief engineer for the Georgia Rail Road & Banking Company (Georgia Rail Road), had a somewhat Surveys, Finances, and Construction 4Author: H.

Roger Grant. Just six years earlier, the Louisville, Cincinnati & Charleston Railroad Company had purchased the Charleston & Hamburgh Railroad (and the rights to the Branchville & Columbia Railroad, which was under construction) from the South Carolina Canal and Rail Road Company, but it struggled financially due to many influences beyond its control.

In or the construction of the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap & Charleston Railroad was begun, but no part of it was completed until Among the merchants of Morristown from tobesides these mentioned were J.

Mims, J. Nicodemus, M. The railroad and the Clifton annexation controversy The Cocke County Courthouse, built in to replace the structure, which had burned Inthe Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap, and Charleston Railroad constructed a line through Clifton, which was located just south of New Port on the other side of the Pigeon River.

A bill to eni^ble the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap Jc Charleston Railroad Company to finish their road to Point Rock, passed to a second reading. lu the Supreme Court to-day, the c^se of Ward and others against the Exchange Bank of Murfrecsboro, involving a large amount of money, was taken up.

Railroad Company v. County of Hamblen. This case is, we think, governed by the of Morgan v. Louisiana, 93 U.S. Eldridge Hord v.

The Rogersville & Jefferson Railroad Company & Justices of Hawkins County: Hawkins: Taxation, Petition to Stop: This case revolves around a proposed railroad from Rogersville to points east; after legislative acts revised the route, said line was to join the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap & Charleston Railroad.

President of the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and Charleston Railroad. Served as Speaker of the Senate. Febru Succeeded to office of Governor of Tennessee when William G.

Brownlow resigned to become a U.S. Size: 67KB. REPORTS FROM CHATTANOOGA. REPORTS FROM CINCINNATI. REPORTS FROM KNOXVILLE. Dec. 5, VIA CUMBERLAND GAP, Monday, Dec. 7. Gen. VAUGHN, with his command and one of CHEATHAM's regiments, was at.From the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville Railway Company, Jconstructed by the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap and Louisville Railroad Company—Knoxville to Cumberland Gap .Wilson remained chief engineer untilwhen he resigned to become chief engineer of the Knoxville, Cumberland Gap, and Louisville Railroad in Tennessee.

When North Carolina established a railroad commission inWilson became its chairman. He was generally considered to be the member most sympathetic to the railroads.