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Drew, Daniel, 1797-1879. New York Doubleday, Page & company.
Drew, Daniel, 1797-1879. library of congress; americana. The Library of Congress.
Bouck White claimed his book was based on a secret diary discovered after Drew's death. This claim has nver been verified and Drew's family threatened to sue for libel! Bouck White was a character in his own right. He was a Harvard-educated minster turned political agitator in pre-WWI New York. In later life, he built a "home-made" castle near Albany, New York.
Originally published in 1910, THE BOOK OF DANIEL DREW is a true classic of the stock market. Socialist newspaper man Bouck White wrote this 'memoir' in the voice of the scoundrel Daniel Drew, one of the more colourful characters of New York's disreputable past. It's a fascinating look at an era in American financial history whose ethos was "anything goes" and anything did!. Drew watered his first stock literally, when he bought scrawny beef cattle and loaded them up with water prior to sale to John Jacob Astor's father, a butcher. From there he went on to defraud millions, and lose millions.
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The Book of Daniel Drew by Bouck White and "Robber Barons" by Matthew Josephson. In post-Civil War America, unscrupulous, ambitious partners Jim Fisk (Arnold) and Nick Boyd (Grant) talk tight-fisted businessman Daniel Drew (Donald Meek) into selling them his shipping company, paying with worthless Confederate bonds. Later, worried that his longtime rival, Cornelius Vanderbilt (Clarence Kolb), is trying to take control of his railroad, Drew seeks help from Fisk, only to have him turn the situation to his own advantage. Fisk and Boyd eventually become powers to be reckoned with on Wall Street.
Daniel Drew left a controversial legacy behind. a b c d e White, Bouck (1910). The Book of Daniel Drew. After his fortunes changed, he was vilified by newspapers, which wrote that Drew "has been one of the curses of the market for years past. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co. ^ "James Fisk Murdered" (PDF).
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