3 edition of Certain leases made to Choctaw Coal and Railway Company. found in the catalog.
Certain leases made to Choctaw Coal and Railway Company.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Indian Affairs
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Described leases of coal rights, which citizens of the Choctaw Nation have made to the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, a corpora- tion created by the laws of the State of Minnesota, copies of which leases, eleven in number, have been filed and deposited with the Sec. InThe Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad took over the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company and immediately launched a large scale expansion program.
The gap between McAlester and Oklahoma City was closed in October, The El Reno to. The Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad (CO&G), known informally as the "Choctaw Route," was an American railroad in the states of the Arkansas, and company, originally known as the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, completed its main line between West Memphis, Arkansas and western Oklahoma by In the CO&G chartered a subsidiary company, the Choctaw, Headquarters: South McAlester, Oklahoma.
The result was the incorporation of the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company in and the construction of a sixty-seven-mile line between Wister and South McAlester that was completed in This road permitted development of the coalfields at Wilburton, Alderson, and Hartshorne.
Business correspondence and papers () of Fritz Sittell relating to the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company, the Choctaw Trading Company, Sittell's other business interests, and the development of the town of McAlester, Oklahoma; personal correspondence () including letters from Tams Bixby, Peter Pitchlynn, the Pitchlynn family.
The tract contains about acres of coal. Tract 2 contains the Hartshorne coal, which is separated from its outcrop by leased lands of the Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad Company. It is estimated that the coal in the southeast corner of the tract is at a depth of to feet, dipping toward the northeast at a low : Joseph Alexander Taff.
InThe Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad took over the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company and immediately launched a large scale expansion program. The gap between McAlester and Oklahoma City was closed in October, The El Reno to Weatherford extension was completed in Oklahoma County and Then Some.
EXHIBIT COAL LEASE. THIS LEASE made and entered into this 20th day of Aprilis by and between: (i) Ranger Energy Investments, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“Lessee”); and (ii) National Coal Corporation, a Tennessee corporation (“Lessor”). W I T N E S S E T H.
That for and in consideration of the payments herein provided and the performance and observance. The railway was reorganized as Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railroad Company, and the reorganized company given the same rights as its predecessor. 28 Stat. ; 29 Stat. At the time of the abandonment, the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Company was operating the line in question under a lease for years.
In an east-west railroad, the Choctaw Coal and Railway (later to become the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway), was built to serve the rich coal fields east of McAlester.
That railroad intersected the Katy one and one-half miles south of McAlester, creating a new settlement that became known as South McAlester.
The railway was reorganized as Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railroad Company and the reorganized company given the same rights as its predecessor. 28 Stat. ; 29 Stat. At the time of the abandonment the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad Company was operating the line in question under a lease for years.
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The Sirhowy Tramroad was operated at first by horse traction, but early locomotives were used, and a passenger service was. Choctaw Nation can he disposed of (all of the coal lands are within the Choctaw Nation).
The last act of Congress on the subject was passed Ap (34 Stat., ), and provides as follows: “ That all coal and asphalt lands, whether leased or unleased, shall be reserved from sale under this act until the existing leases for coal.
An act to authorize the Choctaw Coal and Railway Company to construct and operate a railway through the Indian Territory, and for other purposes. PDF, KB: Chapter An act to authorize the construction of a bridge over the Missouri River, at or near the city of Lexington, Missouri.
PDF, KB: Chapter Springhill and Parrsboro Coal and Railway Company. The General Mining Association (GMA) had been established in to develop mineral rights in Nova Scotia held by the Duke of lease was abrogated in after the colonial government of Nova Scotia had.
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This was a petition by the firm of W. Cooper & Son, originally filed in the United States court for the Indian Territory, against Edwin D. Chadick and Francis I. Gowen, receivers of the Choctaw Coal & Railway Company, a corporation created under the laws of the state of Minnesota, with a right, among other things, to build and operate railways, and to own and develop coal mines, and which.
In Augustthe Secretary of the Interior approved a patent issued by the Choctaw-Chickasaw Nations, conveying to the Degnan-McConnell Coal and Coke Company, among other lands, "* * * Lot No. Sixty-nine (69), including one and 15/ () acres subject to right of way for the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway * * * and Lot No.
Seventy. Coal mining - Coal mining - Coal transportation: There are several methods for moving prepared coal from the mine to the markets. The cost of transport can be substantial and can account for a large fraction of the total cost to the consumer.
Rail transportation is by far the most common mode of hauling coal over long distances. Roadbed and track requirements and large fixed investment in. '(7) The Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway Company makes use of part of the Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsburgh Branch in the manner, for the purpose, and upon the terms specified in an agreement made Octowhich agreement is made a part of this finding.
The part used lies partly in this state and partly in the state of New York.I don't think it would be all coal scattered around, but am not quite sure what other type of ground cover might be inside the yard.
I have attached some photos of what I am dealing with. the first one (East River Lbr. & Fuel Co.) is the way it used to look and how I currently have it. The second one is the (C. Reiss Coal Co.) Thanks for your help.A railroad reporting mark, officially known as a standard carrier alpha code (SCAC), is a two to four letter code assigned by Railinc (for-profit subsidiary of the Association of American Railroads, or AAR) that uniquely identifies the owner of a piece of railroad rolling stock.