Navy during World War II and was a welder for Great Northern Railroad, a telegrapher for Northern Pacific Railroad, a border patrolman and an immigration officer.
What does GNRR stand for?
GNRR stands for Great Northern Railroad (Washington)
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- Gonadotrophin Releasing Hormone Agonistic Analogue
- Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone Receptor
- Great Northern Railway Historical Society
- Great Northern Railway Ireland
- Global Network for Research in Mental and Neurological Health (est. 2001)
- Guanine Nucleotide-Releasing Protein
- Groundwater and Natural Resources Protection Board (environmental regulation enforcement; Palm Beach County, FL)
- Georgia Northeastern Railroad
- Grand National Roadster Show
- Great Northern Rotax Series (kart racing; Wisconsin)
- Guru Nanak Religious Society (Columbus, Ohio)
- Guide to Network Resource Tools (Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association)
- Guatemalan National Revolutionary Unity
- Gainesville (Amtrak station code; Gainesville, GA)
- Gamist Nartativist Simulationist (theory of roleplaying)
- Gas Nomination System
- General Nanosystems, Inc (Minneapolis, MN)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Malone stated that Hill's Great Northern Railroad was the "best constructed and most profitable of all the world's major railroads," even as the rates he charged fell steadily as he improved efficiencies in running it.
Russell Center Series on Art and Photography of the American West, "Julius Seyler and the Blackfeet: An Impressionist at Glacier National Park" is a stunning biographical profile of the artist and presentation of his major Impressionist art works done at Glacier Park in the summers of 1913 and 1914, when he was requested by Louis Hill of the Great Northern Railroad to paint the vistas and the inhabitants of the newly- emerging national park.
The author evokes the sounds of the train in this story, which is set in the legendary steam engine days of the Great Northern Railroad.
The year 1858 was the year that the New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad was completed from New Orleans to Canton, the county seat of Madison County.