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Railroad to Frozen North

From the January 17, 1901 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel

Boston Herald


The railroad newly started which is to connect the great lakes with Hudson's Bay will open up a country hitherto to a great extent unexplored. It will tap the resources of a region vastly productive in furs, and will exploit the coal fields of the valley of the Saskatchewan, through which runs a river navigable by steamers, affording every facility for transportation.