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Dalton-Alaculsey Charter Amended, 1901

From The Atlanta Constitution
Dec. 31, 1901

CAPITOL NOTES

Secretary of State Phil Cook yesterday granted an amendment to the charter of the Dalton and Alaculsey Railroad Company, which permits this company to build a line 70 miles long from Dunn, in Murray county, through Ducktown, Tenn., to Murphy, N. C. Part of the company's property is now under construction.

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