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Committee on Commerce

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73d Congress, 2d Session

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In this report, dated May 10, 1934, also known as United State (US) Senate Report 1098, the US Senate Committee on Commerce recommends passage, without amendment, of US H.R. 9320 ("To further extend the times for commencement and completing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River at or near Garrison, N.Dak.")

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"To Further Extend the Times for Commencement and Completing the Construction of a Bridge across the Missouri River at or near Garrison, North Dakota" [internal note: manuscript 1081]

Publication Date

5-10-1934

Keywords

bridge construction, bridge, Garrison, Missouri River

Organizations Referenced

US Department of Agriculture, US House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, US Senate Committee on Commerce, US Congress, US War Department

People Referenced

George H. Dern, Sam Rayburn, Morris Sheppard, James H. Sinclair, Rexford G.Tugwell

Publisher

Government Printing Office

Disciplines

American Politics | Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law | Indigenous Studies | Law and Politics | Native American Studies | United States History

Bridge across the Missouri River near Garrison, N. Dak. May 10 (calendar day, May 23), 1934. -- Ordered to be printed

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