“Lake and Rail Commerce at Cleveland, 1894-1906”

From Report of the Commissioner of Corporations on Transportation by Water in the United States, 1909.

Image of Lake and Rail Commerce at Cleveland, 1894-1906

Port cities like Cleveland, Ohio linked waterborne and rail traffic, and thereby helped bind the Great Lakes and their environs together into North America’s primary manufacturing region.

Image of Lake and Rail Commerce at Cleveland, 1894-1906
Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title Lake and Rail Commerce at Cleveland, 1894-1906
Short Title Commerce at Cleveland, 1909
Book Title Report of the Commissioner of Corporations on Transportation by Water in the United States
Place of Publication Washington DC
Publisher Government Printing Office
Publication Date 1909
Volume vol. 2
Pages pp. 234-235
Call Number Govt. C 5.2 :T68
Location General Collections 2nd floor