Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum
National Archives and Records
Transcontinental Railroad Documents
in the National Archives,
from the Office of the Secretary
of Interior, Lands and Railroads Division:
Letter from Thomas Durant, President of the Union Pacific Railroad,
to Abraham Lincoln asking for approval of permanent location for the first
100 miles of Union Pacific track, 11/03/1864.
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