All are white males
O. H. Henderson US Military Railroad Carpenter 1864
S. W. Henderson IL Central Rd Superv Chicago toKankakee 1852
AndrewHenderson Baltimore & Ohio Machinist Baltimore 1857
James Henderson B&O Foreman Brass Moulder Baltimore 1857
Wm. Henderson B&O Brass Moulder's Helper Baltimore 1857
William Henderson B&O Blacksmith Helper Grafton 1857
James Henderson B&O Laborer Grafton 1857
John Henderson B&O Laborer Main stem 2d sub div 1842
Sources: A List of the Officers and Employees of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroads with the Amount of their Pay for 1857 (Baltimore: John Murphy and Co., 1868), Maryland Historical Society; Illinois Central Railroad Records, Newberry Library, IC 3.9 Box 262 Folder 3644 Employee List; Second Auditor, Internal Improvements Entry 91, Payrolls, Blue Ridge Railroad Records, Library of Virginia; Union Pacific Railroad Company Collection, Nebraska State Historical Society, MS 3671, Box 1, Box 9, J. S. and D. T. Casement Payrolls, 1867, and Union Pacific Payrolls for Green River Work, 1868; U. S. Military Railroad Records, National Archives and Records Administration, Record Group 92, Paryroll Books, 1861-1865, subgroups 1548 (USMRR payroll dated April to May 1861), 1718 (Letters received by W. J. Stevens, time report for USMRR March 1865), and 1738 (payroll of the USMRR Construction Corps, Dept. of the Mississippi); University of Iowa Digital Library Special Collections, Levi Leonard Collection, Union Pacific Casement payrolls.
Funding: worker mobility research made possible by a grant from the Economic Social and Research Council (UK)
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