A New System of Transportation: A Description of the Means by which Freight, of Certain Kinds and Sufficient Quantity, May be Carried Overland for Sixty Cents Per Ton Per Thousand Miles. (The Equivalent of a Low Marine Rate.)
J.B.H. Storms, 1884 - Transportation - 32 pages
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