Public PersonOhioJournalistIndiana Laura Ream was a newspaper editor Journalist from Cincinnati Cincinnati who took a train trip to Saginaw in 1871. She wrote about it in a book. In 1898, she was the librarian of the Indianapolis Press Club.Indianapolis1
Ream, Laura. History of a Trip to the Great Saginaw Valley, June, 1871. Indianapolis: R. J. Bright & Co., 1871.
It is not unearthing dead issues to say that had the railway communication between the North and South been as complete as that between the East and West, there never would have been a war. There was no chance to put themselves in each other's places. Let the lines between the South and North be drawn nearer, past the possibility of future misunderstanding.2
2. ⇑ Laura Ream, ''History of a Trip to the Great Saginaw Valley, June, 1871 (Indianapolis: R. J. Bright & Co., 1871), 34-35. ⇑
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