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Examines the case of the steamboat Effie Afton, which barreled into a pillar of the Rock Island Bridge in May of 1856, and the role of trial lawyer Abraham Lincoln.
The train tressle over what is now (2011) A. W. Grimes south of Highway 79 was built in 1906. It is one of the oldest surviving railroad bridges in the area and an excellent example of early 20th centry railroad engineering. The study was prepared for the Texas Historical Commission and the City of Round Rock as part of the historical marker process.
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