Economic and Social History of Chowan County, North Carolina, 1880-1915

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

GENERAL WORKS
Adams H. C., Science of Finance ( New York, 1899).
Bastable C. F., Public Finance (3d. ed., London, 1903).
Eastman F. M., Taxation For State Purposes in Pennsylvania ( Philadelphia, 1898).
Ely R. T., Taxation in American States and Cities ( New York, 1888).
Grice J. W., National and Local Finance ( London, 1910).
Nead B. M., Financial History of Pennsylvania, 1682-1881 ( Harrisburg, 1881).
Ott F., Die Vermögens- und Einkommens-Steur in der Schweiz ( Zurich, 1914).
Plehn C. C., Government Finance in the United States ( Chicago, 1915).
Seligman Edwin R. A., Essays in Taxation (8th ed., London, 1913).
Scheftel Y., Taxation of Land Value ( Boston, 1916).

REPORTS OF FEDERAL OFFICIALS
Bureau of Corporations, Special Report on Taxation,. . . 1912 ( 1913);
Taxation of Corporations, Pts. i-vi ( 1909- 1915);
Bureau of the Census, Financial Statistics of Cities, ( 1909- 1915);
Financial Statistics of States, ( 1915); Wealth, Debt and Taxation, 1913 ( 1915, 2 vols.).

REPORTS OF STATE OFFICIALS
Arizona:
State Tax Commission, Report, 1912.
California:
Commission on Revenue and Taxation, Report, 1906; Report, 1910;
Constitution, 1879.
State Board of Equalization, Biennial Report; Special Report on
Taxation Showing First Effects of Separation
, ( 1911); Special
Report on the Relative Burden of State and Local Taxes
, 1912,
( 1913).
State Controller, Annual Report of the Financial Transactions of
Municipalities and Counties
; Biennial Report; Revenue Laws,
1912.
State Tax Commission, Report, 1917.

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