“Movement of Iron Ore on the Great Lakes, 1897 and 1907”

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

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The movement of iron ore from centers of extraction around Lake Superior to centers of steel making and machine fabrication along the lower Great Lakes attests to the relative ease of shipping vast amounts of weight over water.

Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title Movement of Iron Ore on the Great Lakes, 1897 and 1907
Short Title Movement of Iron Ore, 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 opp. p. 156
Call Number Govt. C 5.2 :T68
Location General Collections 2nd floor