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The Northern railroads in the Civil War, 1861-1865.

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        StatementGreenwood Press
        PublishersGreenwood Press
        Classifications
        LC Classifications1970
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 140 p. :
        Number of Pages40
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100837135494
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These trifolded reports give the train number, point of embarkation and debarkation, the date of the movement, and the times of departure and arrival. First published by Columbia University Press in 1952, it 1861-1865. been out of print since the 1970s, but never out of demand. Printed annual reports on the operations of the railroad by McCallum, dated September 30, 1863, and September 30, 1865, and by E. Records of the field organizations and those of the headquarters office are arranged in general by location of railroads and include daily work reports, freight books, engine ledgers, labor and material accounts, and much miscellaneous material.

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General Haupt himself is standing on top of the embankment in the center. "The Railroads of Georgia, 1860-1880.

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His greatest success was supporting the western operations from Nashville and Chattanooga under Gen. Effect of the War upon Railroad Business: The East-West Trunk Lines VI. However, many of the principles and methods of operation used in that campaign were perfected by Herman Haupt with the Army of the Potomac in northern Virginia in 1862.

" McCallum's prewar experience in railroading came from his years of acting as superintendent of the New York and Erie Railroad, beginning in 1854.