Essays in Economic and Business History, Volume 24 (2006): Refereed Paper, Thirtieth Annual Meeting, Economic and Business Historical Society, April 28, 29, and 30, 2005, High Point, North Carolina

Softcover, Auburn, Alabama: Auburn University, 2006. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.

Sound binding. Clean, bright pages. Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Wohlcke, Wives, widows, and singlewomen: working women at London's eighteenth-century fairs. Johnson, The cost of credibility: the company of General Farms and fiscal stagnation in eighteenth-century France. Hudspeth, Slavery and civil law in the antebellum south - two case studies. Taylor, The silent partner: Mary Mehagan Hill and the Great Northern Railway. Phelps and Pace, Judson Churchill Welliver, Wordsmith. Zalewski, A reconsideration of the Revenue Act of 1832. Dighe, Reversal of fortune: the Rockefellers and the decline of business support for Prohibition. Traflet, Lessons in crisis mismanagement from the 1929 crash. Matthews, From the Lewis and Clark expedition to IBM, Dell, and Southwest Airlines: teaching history and leadership to business students. Hansen and Hansen, New evidence on race discrimination under "separate but equal." Whitten, A brave new world of burials: the business of idosyncratic body disposal in the twenty-first century. ; 9.0" (21 cm) tall; 148 pages.

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