|1. The Meaning and Basic Trends of Financial History1|
|PART I. FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD TO THE CIVIL WAR |
|2. Colonial Finance12|
|3. Financing the Revolution25|
|4. From Colonial Organization to Statehood and Federalism33|
|5. Establishment of the National Financial System45|
|6. Jeffersonian Finance65|
|7. Financing the War of 181275|
|8. The Search for New Guideposts, 1816 to 182882|
|9. Finances of an Emerging Democracy, 1828 to 183797|
|10. Financing through the Depression, 1837 to 1843111|
|11. Finances of the Last Agrarian Administrations119|
|12. State and Local Finance, 1800 to 1860128|
|PART II. FROM THE CIVIL WAR TO WORLD WAR I |
|13. Civil War Financing: The First Mistakes137|
|14. Civil War Financinig: The More Effective Stage147|
|15. Fiscal Readjustments after the Civil War161|
|16. Post-Civil War Monetary and Banking Readjustments176|
|17. State and Local Finance, 1860 to 1900192|
|18. Failures of a Reform Administration201|
|19. Finances of the Gilded Age: Disappearance of the Surplus212|
|20. Finances of the Gilded Age: The Triumph of Industrialism226|
|21. The Progressive Era: Monetary and Banking Reforms241|
|22. The Progressive Era: Fiscal Policy263|
|PART III. SINCE WORLD WAR I |
|23. Financing World War I280|
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Book title: Financial History of the United States:Fiscal, Monetary, Banking, and Tariff, Including Financial Administration and State and Local Finance.
Contributors: Paul Studenski - Author, Herman E. Krooss - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1952.
Page number: ix.
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