Trends in Natural Resource Commodities: Statistics of Prices, Output, Consumption, Foreign Trade, and Employment in the United States, 1870-1957

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HORACE M. ALBRIGHT
ERWIN D. CANHAM
THOMAS H. CARROLL
E.J.CONDON
JOSEPH L. FISHER
LUTHER H. FOSTER
HUGH L. KEENLEYSIDE
OTTO H. LIEBERS
LESLIE A. MILLER
FRANK PACE, JR.
WILLIAM S. PALEY
LAURANCE S. ROCKEFELLER
STANLEY H. RUTTENBERG
JOHN W. VANDERWILT
P. F. WATZEK
President JOSEPH L. FISHER
Vice President IRVING K. Fox
Secretary-Treasurer JOHN E. HERBERT

Resources for the Future is a nonprofit corporation for research and education in the development, conservation, and use of natural resources. It was established in 1952 with the co-operation of The Ford Foundation and its activities since then have been financed by grants from that Foundation. Part of the work of Resources for the Future is carried out by its resident staff, part supported by grants to universities and other nonprofit organizations. Unless otherwise stated, interpretations and conclusions in RFF publications are those of the authors; the organization takes responsibility for the selection of significant subjects for study, the competence of the researchers, and their freedom of inquiry. The authors, Neal Potter and Francis T. Christy, Jr., are research associates with Resources for the Future. The manuscript was edited by Pauline Manning.

Staff Editors, Henry Jarrett and Vera W. Dodds

© 1962, The Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore 18, Maryland Distributed in Great Britain by Oxford University Press, London Manufactured in the United States of America Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 62-11711

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Trends in Natural Resource Commodities: Statistics of Prices, Output, Consumption, Foreign Trade, and Employment in the United States, 1870-1957
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Summary of the Trends *
  • Introduction 1
  • Highlights of the Data 3
  • Summaries for Principal Commodities 18
  • Statistical Tables 53
  • Notes on Data and Procedure 55
  • A List of Abbreviated References 63
  • Tabular Contents *
  • Serial List of Tables 68
  • Summary: Indexes for Sectors 73
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