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January 23, 1915 – An entirely new system of railroads in Alaska will have to be built, on the assumption that the pioneer builders who constructed the Alaska Northern and the Copper River & Northwestern overlooked tonnage possibilities; that they did not build on the best routes – or else by assumption that by government edict another route can be made just as good, says a northern exchange. Mr. Morgan plainly told the secretary of the interior that the Alaska syndicate is not in love with the railroad business in Alaska. It operates a railroad to get out its copper ore only because no...



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