3 edition of Central Pacific Railroad Company vs. Alfred A. Cohen. found in the catalog.
Central Pacific Railroad Company vs. Alfred A. Cohen.
Alfred A. Cohen
in [San Francisco
Written in English
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 115, no. 1258.|
|Contributions||Central Pacific Railroad Company., California. District Court (San Francisco County)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. ¾., 53,  p.|
|Number of Pages||53|
Central Pacific Railroad, American railroad company founded in by a group of California merchants known later as the “Big Four” (Collis P. Huntington, Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins, and Charles Crocker); they are best remembered for having built part of the first American transcontinental rail line was first conceived and surveyed by an engineer, Theodore Dehone Judah, who. THE CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD. I.—INTRODUCTORY. The Central Pacific Railroad forms a portion of the great line of rail which now traverses the American Continent from Omaha to San Francisco, and which, as Omaha is also connected by rail with New York, Boston and Philadelphia, literally brings the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans within a week's journey of each other.
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Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum. Monday, Ma He was married May 7th and commenced working with the Southern Pacific with which company he stayed until his retirement fifteen years ago. Alfred A. Cohen & Fernside "The Central Pacific Railroad Across Nevada &. CENTRAL PACIFIC–UNION PACIFIC RACECENTRAL PACIFIC–UNION PACIFIC RACE, a construction contest between the two railroad companies bidding for government subsidies, land grants, and public favor. The original Pacific Railway Act () authorized the Central Pacific to build eastward from California and the Union Pacific to build westward to the western Nevada boundary.
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Get this from a library. The Central Pacific Railroad Company vs. Alfred A. Cohen. Answer. [Alfred A Cohen]. Twelfth District Court, City and County of San Francisco: Central Pacific vs. Alfred A. Cohen, Statement of the Case, p. Copy in Huntington Library.
Get this from a library. The County of San Joaquin vs. Central Pacific Railroad Company et als. ; Amended complaint. [Alfred A Cohen; San Joaquin County (Calif.),; Central Pacific Railroad Company,].
Central Pacific Railroad Company vs. Alfred A. Cohen. Argument of Mr. Cohen, the defendant, in person, before the Hon.
W.P. Daingerfield, presiding judge, without a jury by Alfred A Cohen (Book) Historical trials: a collection of criminal trials from the 18th. Central Pacific Railroad Company vs.
Alfred A. Cohen. Argument of Mr. Cohen, the defendant, in person, before the Hon. W.P. Daingerfield, presiding judge, without a jury by Alfred A Cohen (Book). The Central Pacific Railroad Company.
Defendants are Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins and Collis Potter Huntington. The stockholders are claiming that they are being swindled out of their bonds in the company. Complaint was presented by attorneys Alfred A.
Cohen and Delos Lake. Legal documents relating to lawsuits resulting from Central Pacific Railroad stock manipulation. Attorney Alfred A. Cohen represented the plaintiffs, and likely owned these documents. Individual stockholders in these cases received reduced or no dividends from their holdings, or were persuaded to sell their stock back to the railroad at below value.
Central Pacific Railroad Company -- History. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Central Pacific Railroad Company; History; Filed under: Central Pacific Railroad Company -- History Over the Range: A History of the Promontory Summit Route of the Pacific Railroad (Logan, UT: Utah State University Press, c), by Richard V.
Francaviglia. Inthe thought of striking it rich in far-off California got the better of Alfred and he headed west. At first he settled in Sacramento, where he established the commission firm of Alfred A. Cohen. By he had moved to San Francisco where his brother joined him. Union and Central Pacific Railways: Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting a Report on the Survey of the Union and Central Pacific Railways (), by United States Army Corps of Engineers (page images at ) Filed under: Central Pacific Railroad Company -- Pictorial works.
The Railroad Photographs of Alfred A. Hart, Artist, by. Official photographs of the Central Pacific Railroad construction, between and / photographed and published by Alfred A. Hart, Sacramento, Calif. Summary Photographs show views and scenery in Calif., Nev., and Utah. Central Pacific Railroad Company works Search for books with subject Central Pacific Railroad Company.
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Addeddate Pages: In the District Court of the Twelth Judicial District of the State of California, in and for the City and County of San Francisco.
The Central Pacific Railroad Company-vs Alfred A. Cohen. Be it remembered that pursuant to the order hereunto annexed, and on the 1st day of May, A.D.at the office of McAllisters & [Bengier], in the City and County of San Francisco, State of California.
Central Pacific Railroad construction in the 's. Stereoviews, engravings, maps, and documents are treasures of western Americana that illustrate the history of the first transcontinental railroad, built from Sacramento, California over the Sierra Nevada mountains, the to end of track at the Golden Spike Ceremony at Promontory, Utah where the rails were joined on with the Union.
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Podcasts. Featured software All software latest This Just In Old School Emulation MS-DOS Games Historical Software Classic PC Games Software Library. The Central Pacific Railroad was a rail company chartered by U.S.
Congress in to build a railroad eastwards from Sacramento, California, to complete the western part of the "First Transcontinental Railroad" in North America. Incorporated inCPRR ceased operation in when it was acquired by Southern Pacific Railroad as a leased line.
Following the completion of the Pacific Railroad Dates of operation: J –April 1,but. The Central Pacific Railroad, which took on the nearly impossible task of building a rail line through the Sierra Nevadas, gets credit for 15 of the toughest tunnels ever constructed.
The Summit Tunnel near Donner Pass required workers to chisel through. Abstract: This collection contains records chiefly related to the years following the failure of the California branch of the express firm Adams & Co., inespecially as it affected Alfred A.
Cohen (), the first receiver of the company. Other subjects include Cohen's business and legal associations () with the Central Pacific Railroad Company.The Transcontinental Railroad was completed in and Alameda was the western terminus for two short months until the Central Pacific Railroad extended its Oakland pier.
Alfred A. Cohen, owned most of what is now called Fernside, building a commuter rail service through town which traveled along Lincoln Ave.
(Railroad Ave. then), before.Author: Levy, Daniel W. Title: Four California railroad lawyers in the classical era: typescript, Description: 1 folder Notes: This research paper, prepared for Robert W.
Gordon's class "History of American Law," concerns the legal history of the Central Pacific Railroad and four lawyers associated with it, Hall McAllister, Silas W. Sanderson, Creed Haymond, and Alfred A.