Some depots were designed by such renowned architects as Frost and Granger and Frank Lloyd Wright. Many thanks to the author for offering us a diverse sampling of depots from the Midwest to the Northwest. The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. Publication Year 2001 Additional Details Copyright Date 2000 Illustrated Yes Dimensions Weight 16 Oz Height 0. An Auditorium hall was named in his honor in 1911 and the story of is recounted.
Once a location favored by Native American peoples, the town first attracted settlers from New England in the 1830s, then from European countries such as Germany, Ireland, Poland and more. The book helps one understand how brilliant people's accomplishments can be destroyed by stupidity in high places. Buck, 1881 to Milwaukee Under the Charter, 1847-1853, Vol. Our depot, in Woodward, Iowa, was not in the book, but there was plenty of interesting and informative information. I recommend this book for both the historical information and the interesting architecture and communities featured.
The church was served by noted abolition minister from 1858-1871. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. . All were built on the belief that providing good housing for agents would ensure quality, lifelong employees. Bookseller: , California, United States. Discover the fascinating history of a full range of railroads subjects with Quarto Publications hard- and softcover books, perfect for research and modeling.
The city's three influential founders were Solomon Juneau, Byron Kilbourn and George Walker, each creating his own settlement that later became part of the metropolis. Wraps show a touch of curling near edges. Pages can include limited notes and highlighting, and the copy can include previous owner inscriptions. Located there are the of William George Bruce. Many of the entries are linked to an individual story and picture -- a remarkable resource. Others among our ancestors in early Milwaukee carried the surnames including maiden names of , Bradley, , Booth, Ebrey, and. The development of depots starting with the expansion of railroads.
The genealogy of The family surname also spelled Vieux. All were built on the belief that providing good housing for agents would ensure quality, lifelong employees. Language: English Weight: 1 lbs Format: Paperback Product Group: Book Binding: Paperback IsTextBook: No Author: Kim D. A view of Milwaukee railroad depots from the midwest to the upper northwerst regions of America from 1856 to the 1950s. The Milwaukee Road was an incredibly innovative railroad and there was a great deal of variation in depots, reflecting the eras in which they were built.
Spring Street and Chestnut Street bridges were at the heart of the 1845. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and its that include the Milwaukee Area Research Center. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Milwaukee Road Depots features historic photographs that span from the smallest country stations to the grandest of the grand and everything in between. The library is at 814 W.
The Milwaukee Road distinguished itself with the depots it built across its great rail empire, which eventually covered 13 states. Milwaukee Road Depots features historic photographs that span from the smallest country stations to the grandest of the grand and everything in between. See photo of Turner Hall, more. A collection, Zeidler Room, has the complete property tax rolls back to the time of Solomon Juneau. Click banner to find great products for 135 breeds from Affenpinscher to Doberman, German Shepherd to Labrador, Rottweiller to Siberian Husky, Weimaraner to Yorkshire Terrier, more! The majority of pages are undamaged with minimal creasing or tearing, minimal pencil underlining of text, no highlighting of text, no writing in margins.
Includes popular stations in Milwaukee, Butte, Montana, Owatonna, Minnesota, and the widely recognized Wausau, Wisconsin Milwaukee Road Depot. Includes popular stations in Milwaukee, Butte, Montana, Owatonna, Minnesota, and the widely recognized Wausau, Wisconsin Milwaukee Road Depot. While it is always wonderful to see depots that have been lovingly restored, it is also important to capture for historical record those that did not survive changes in transportation demand. From tiny trackside facilities to massive city structures designed by such renowned architects as Frost and Granger, and Frank Lloyd Wright, this book provides a look at Milwaukee stations of all kinds in a variety of historic photographs throughout the 13 states served by the railroad. Covers 1800s, 1900s and 2000s.