Economic Policy in the Development of a Western State, Missouri, 1820-1860

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The most satisfactory sources for this study have been legislative records and newspapers. The papers of lawyers such as Abiel Leonard of Fayette were of some value, as were the printed judicial decisions. Mercantile records examined, such as the Lisbon Applegate Manuscript Collection at the State Historical Society of Missouri, and the D. M. and J. H. Tucker Papers in the Western Historical Manuscripts Collection at the University of Missouri, though voluminous, contained little of relevance to the subject of state policy.
Abiel Leonard Manuscript Collection, State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia.
Anderson Hattie M., "Missouri, 1804-1828: Peopling a Frontier State," Missouri Historical Review, XXXI ( January 1937).
Atherton Lewis E., The Pioneer Merchant in Mid-America (vol. XIV, University of Missouri Studies, Columbia: University of Missouri, 1939).
Berle Adolf A., Jr., and Gardiner C. Means, The Modern Corporation and Private Property ( New York: The Macmillan Company, 1933).
Boonville Observer, September 2, 1847; March, 1855.
Bradford Priscilla, "The Missouri Constitutional Controversy of 1845" (unpublished Master's thesis, University of Missouri, 1936).
Broadhead Garland C., "Early Railroads in Missouri," Missouri Historical Review, VII ( April 1913).
Brown Dwight H., editor, Corporations Chartered or Organized under the Territorial Laws and by Act of the General Assembly of the State of Missouri, 1803-1865 ( Jefferson City: Midland Printing Company, 1934).
Cable John Ray, The Bank of the State of Missouri (vol. CII of Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law, New York: Columbia University Press, 1923).
Cadman John W., Jr., The Corporation in New Jersey: Business and Politics, 1791-1875 ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1949).
Callender Guy S., "The Early Transportation and Banking Enterprises of the States in Relation to the Growth of Corporations." Quarterly Journal of Economics, XVII ( November 1902).

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