Contains 6 Results:
Elizabeth Wood Kane writings on settlement and development of Kane, Pennsylvania, approximately 1866-1896
Contains manuscripts, drafts, and source materials related to Kane's history of Kane, Pennsylvania. Includes information on the Kane family's role in settlement and autobiographical writings. Materials date from between approximately 1866 and 1896.
Contains correspondence, biographical sketches, notes, and other materials gathered by Kane related to his research on Elisha Kent Kane (1820-1857). Materials date from between 1858 and 1973.
Contains correspondence, notes, speeches, and other materials related to Kane's interest in exploration and colonization in Mexico and Alaska. Materials date from between 1868 and 1930.
Contains correspondence, notes, clippings, and other material related to Kane's wartime service. Also contains additional materials related to the war without clear ties to Kane. Materials date from between 1861 and 1883.
Contains correspondence, maps, notes, financial records, clippings, and other materials relating to the McKean and Elk Land and Improvement Company. Includes information on Thomas L. Kane's work as an agent for the company, progress being made in developing the region, financial concerns of the company, and legal actions surrounding the property. Materials date from between 1844 and 1926.
Contains correspondence, notes, daybooks, and other materials relating to the Kane family's involvement in railroad development in McKean County, including the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad, the Kinzua Viaduct Railroad, the New York and Erie Railroad, and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Materials date from between 1856 and 1932.