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The Central Pacific Railroad (CPRR) was a rail route between California and Utah built ... In 1885 the Central Pacific Railroad was leased by the Southern Pacific Company. Technically the CPRR remained a corporate entity until 1959, when it ...

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Feb 15, 2019 ... Central Pacific Railroad, American railroad company founded in 1861 by a group of California merchants known later as the “Big Four” (Collis ...

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While in San Francisco he wrote up a lose incorporation for the "Central Pacific Railroad Company of California" on November 1, 1860 but finding no support in ...

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Judah agreed and he and Strong drew up letters of incorporation for the Central Pacific Railroad Company. They began seeking investors and Judah was able ...

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The Central Pacific Railroad was chartered by Congress, through the Pacific Railroad Act of 1862, to construct a portion of the first transcontinental line, starting ...

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Key Figures. The Central Pacific Railroad Company was founded in 1861 by the engineer Theodore Dehone Judah. Four California merchants, Leland Stanford,  ...

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Apr 20, 2010 ... In 1862, the Pacific Railroad Act chartered the Central Pacific and the Union Pacific Railroad Companies, and tasked them with building a ...

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Jul 8, 2016 ... The middle link was under development by the Central Pacific Railroad Company of California. This latter enterprise, planned by Theodore ...

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In 1862, Congress hastily passed the Pacific Railroad Act. This act led to the creation of the ... Omaha, and the Central Pacific, which would start in Sacramento and build east. .... Neither railroad company provided adequate medical facilities.