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|Title||Grand Trunk Pacific, a trans-continental line wholly within the bounds of the Dominion of Canada : history of the project; a clear enunciation of a grand Canadian undertaking; Conservative leaders at variance with one another; Liberals united as one man in this splendid enterprise for the development of a new and greater Canada|
|Published||[Canada? : s.n., 1904?]|
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company
Railroads and state--Canada
Chemins de fer--Canada--Finances
Chemins de fer--Politique gouvernementale--Canada
|Document source||British Columbia Archives and Records Service, Victoria|
46 p. ; 25 cm.
"This pamphlet is intended to answer the question, 'Why was the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway projected and aided?'"--p. 2.