Message of the President of the United States Transmitting an Address of a Committee of the ""East Tennessee Relief Association"" on the Condition and Wants of the People of East Tennessee, and Recommending the Construction of a Railroad from Knoxville to Cincinnati, by Way of Central Kentucky, as a Measure of Relief to those People, and of Military Importance.
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April 28, 1864.--Read, ordered to lie on the table and be printed; the message itself has the same date. Running title: East Tennessee Relief Association. Signed: Wm. Heiskell [and others].
Williams, Frank J.; Williams, Virginia
8 pages ;23 cm.
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Ex. doc. / 38th Congress, 1st session, Senate ;no. 40
Monaghan 307 note; not in Stern.
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