Prices in Colonial Pennsylvania

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PRICES IN COLONIAL
PENNSYLVANIA

BY
ANNE BEZANSON
ROBERT D. GRAY
MIRIAM HUSSEY
Industrial Research Department Wharton School of Finance and Commerce University of Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
1935

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Table of contents

  • List of Publications of the Industrial Research Department ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • Tables xv
  • Charts xvii
  • Appendix Tables xix
  • Chapter I Introduction 1
  • Chapter II Prices of Wheat, Flour, and Bread 9
  • Chapter III Prices of Other Farm Products 56
  • Chapter IV Prices of Beef and Pork 96
  • Chapter V Prices of Staves and Naval Stores 117
  • Chapter VI Prices of Pig and Bar Iron 154
  • Chapter VII Prices of Sugar 163
  • Chapter VIII Prices of Molasses and Rum 186
  • Chapter IX Prices of Other West India Products 215
  • Chapter X Prices of Staple Commodities Imported from Europe 230
  • Chapter XI Trade in British Goods 263
  • Chapter XII the General Index of Prices 293
  • Chapter XIII Sterling Exchange 314
  • Chapter XIV Conclusions 337
  • Appendix 349
  • Tables 359
  • Bibliography 434
  • Index 439
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