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Wed, 1 Apr 2020 13:30:14 -0700
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If you need a map from a date I haven't yet covered, let me know and I
will see about entering it.  What I have, in terms of the tour, comes
from the usual sources but I have found a couple of gotchas ie Caldwell
on the tour in Muskegon.

On Wed, 2020-04-01 at 19:43 +0000, Bird, John C. wrote:
> Very interesting, Scott! I am working on a biography of Mark Twain in
> 1884, so I will be very excited to see your work. (That is an
> understatement!) I have material from the tour, so you can write me
> to see if I can be of any help. You will surely be of help to me!
> John
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> Subject: [EXTERNAL] Twain-Cable Tour train routes
> Spending my time in self-imposed isolation, I've been doing some work
> on my twainsgeography site, the Twain-Cable Tour section.  I'm using
> the KML files developed by the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, to
> illustrated the train routes taken between shows.  So far I'm up to
> December 3, 1884.  I have seen no direct mention of which trains or
> schedules taken but I'm taking my best guess from train routes mapped
> for 1870.  I will continue to migrate my data from my original home
> site page for the tour to the twainsgeography site - which is more
> oriented to geographical considerations than my original site.  I
> would
> welcome any comments and/or additional information on this topic.
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