City of Washington: 1866.
8pp, disbound with some loosening, scattered foxing, Good+ or so. A rare report, located evidently only at the Huntington Library, of "a mass meeting of the citizens of the counties of Monongahela, Marion, Harrison, and Upshur, held at Fairmont, West Virginia," in November 1865, with W.T. Willey and other prominent Mountaineers participating. The Address informs the people and "capitalists" of all information "on the subject of constructing the proposed road, collecting all the facts in relation to the mineral wealth and agricultural resources along the route, or contiguous thereto." Abundant coal and iron ore, water power, and agricultural products... more information
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