Map: The MOBILE & OHIO R.R. AND CONNECTIONS

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Wooden sidewheelers such as this would have been common at the port of Mobile, Alabama. The steamship Bienville was built in Williamsburg, New York in 1860 by Lawrence & Foulks

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MOBILE & OHIO R.R. AND CONNECTIONS

Maps such as this may help explain questions that arise when a found object does not seem to “fit” the time period of other finds. Looking at this map, the creator was proud to indicate the steam ship lines’ destinations. Products from all of these steamship destinations would be loaded on the railroad cars at the port of Mobile, Alabama and from there northward to Whistler, Chunchula, Beaver Meadow, Citronelle, Deer Park, Vinegar Bend, Fruitdale, State Line and points north.

Map of The MOBILE & OHIO R.R. AND CONNECTIONS

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