Speeches delivered by Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas, discussing certain phases of contemplated legislation Page: 47 of 61
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and then two branches extending from the sugar mill out
through the plantation used for hauling cane to the mill. This road,
which connects with a main trunk line railroad, is valued at $130,000.
The Retrieve Farm, also in Brazoria County, has three and one-half
miles of railroad belonging to the State that connects with a main line
railroad at Edmunds. This road runs through the plantation and is
used for hauling wood, cane, cotton, etc., and is valued at $30,000.
The Ramsey, Darrington, Imperial and Harlem Farms, are all on the
Sugar Land Railroad, which passes through each of the farms, with
terminus at Harlem. The Southern Pacific Railroad also passes
through the Imperial Farm and runs on the south line of the Harlem
Farm, with station on said farm. The I.
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Neff, Pat M. Speeches delivered by Pat M. Neff, Governor of Texas, discussing certain phases of contemplated legislation, book, 1923; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth5835/m1/47/: accessed May 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .