American Economic History

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HAROLD UNDERWOOD FAULKNER

DWIGHT W. MORROW PROFESSOR OF HISTORY

SMITH COLLEGE


American
Economic History

FIFTH EDITION

NEW YORK LONDON

1924 HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS

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American Economic History
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Harper's Historical Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps xiii
  • Graphs and Charts xv
  • Illustrations xvii
  • Editor's Introduction xxi
  • Preface to the Fifth Edition xxiii
  • 1 - Physiographic Factors and Natural Resources 1
  • In Conclusion 25
  • Selected Readings 27
  • 2 - Economic Background of Colonization 28
  • Selected Readings 40
  • 3 - The Colonization of America 41
  • Selected Readings 56
  • 4 - Colonial Agriculture and Labor 57
  • Selected Readings 74
  • 5 - Colonial Commerce and Industry 75
  • Selected Readings 94
  • 6 - Frontier Expansion Before the Revolution 95
  • Selected Readings 112
  • 7 - Economic Causes of the Revolution 113
  • Selected Readings 131
  • 8 - Economic Aspects of the Revolution 132
  • Selected Readings 157
  • 9 - Finance and Tariff 158
  • Selected Readings 173
  • 10 - Westward Expansion from the Revolution to the Civil War 174
  • Selected Readings 203
  • 11 - The Agricultural Era 204
  • Selected Readings 226
  • 12 - The American Merchant Marine and the Development of Foreign Commerce 227
  • Selected Readings 247
  • 13 - The Rise of the Factory System 248
  • Selected Readings 268
  • 14 - Internal Transportation and Communication to 1860 269
  • Selected Readings 295
  • 15 - Population and Labor 296
  • Selected Readings 315
  • 16 - Economic Causes of the Civil War 317
  • Selected Readings 339
  • 17 - The Civil War 340
  • Selected Readings 359
  • 18 - The Last Frontier 360
  • Selected Readings 374
  • 19 - The Agrarian Revolution 375
  • Selected Readings 400
  • 20 - Development of the Industrial Revolution 401
  • Selected Readings 429
  • 21 - Consolidation of Business 430
  • Selected Readings 456
  • 22 - The Labor Movement to 1914 458
  • Selected Readings 485
  • 23 - Development of Transportation and Communication, 1860-1914 486
  • Selected Readings 516
  • 24 - Domestic and Foreign Commerce 517
  • Selected Readings 540
  • 25 - Financial History Since 1860 541
  • Selected Readings 561
  • 26 - Economic Imperialism 562
  • Selected Readings 582
  • 27 - America and the First World War 583
  • Selected Readings 605
  • 28 - The Great Illusion 606
  • 29 - Economic Collapse 638
  • Selected Readings 650
  • 30 - The New Deal 651
  • Selected Readings 677
  • 31 - World Economic Relations 678
  • Selected Readings 703
  • Bibliography 705
  • Index 759
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