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 NPRR stand for?
NPRR stands for Northern Pacific Railroad
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We have 4 other meanings of NPRR in our Acronym Attic
- No Problem Raceway Park (Belle Rose, LA)
- Number Portability Routing Protocol
- National Parrot Rescue and Preservation Foundation
- New Port Richey Public Library (New Port Richey, FL)
- Non-Protein Respiratory Quotient
- Narodneho Planu Regionalneho Rozvoja (Slovak: National Regional Development Plan; Slovakia)
- Narragansett Pier Railroad
- National Policy on Resettlement and Rehabilitation (India)
- Noise Power Reduction Ratio
- North Pennsylvania Rail Road
- NTUC (National Trades Union Congress) Pasir Ris Resort (Singapore resort)
- National Public Records Research Association
- National Parrot Relinquishment Research Project
- National Park Reservation Service (US DOI)
- National Poverty Reduction Strategy (various locations)
- Network Performance Reporting System
- New Paltz Rescue Squad (New Paltz, NY)
- Number Plate Recognition System (London, UK; congestion control)
- Numerical Pain Rating Scale (health care)
- North Peninsula Recreation Service Area (Kenai, AK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
military control following the Great Sioux War allowed the Northern Pacific Railroad to expand which brought additional changes to the entire region.
9780878425600 Eye of the explorer; views of the Northern Pacific Railroad survey, 1853-54.
Paul Railroad began building a "Puget Sound Extension" to compete with the Great Northern and Northern Pacific railroads.
JAY COOKE'S GAMBLE The Northern Pacific Railroad, the Sioux, and the Panic of 1873 BY M.
After the Northern Pacific Railroad completed its expansion to Montana in 1883, Fort Abraham Lincoln's importance declined.
He was also a director of numerous companies, including Pan American Airways, Northern Pacific Railroad, NCR and Monsanto.
He would soon regret these "investments," for the Northern Pacific Railroad failed once again during the next in a series of stock market crashes.