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eBook Reading Railroad History of a Coal Age Empire, Vol. 2: The 20th Century ePub

by James L. Holton

  • ISBN: 0962084433
  • Category: Business and Finance
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: James L. Holton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Garrigues House Pub; First Edition, First Printing edition (September 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 440
  • ePub book: 1846 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1411 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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by James L. Holton (Author). This book was very good, there was a lot of info that most books just skip over. If you are looking for the history of the Reading RR this book is what you want.

by James L. ISBN-13: 978-0962084430.

Book by Holton, James L.

ISBN13:9780962084430. Release Date:September 1992.

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Author of Reading Railroad History of a Coal Age Empire, Vol. 2, Reading Railroad History of a Coal Age Empire, 50 golden years, Berks County, The Reading Railroad.

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In this volume, James Holton chronicles the history of the Company from its inception in 1833 until 1900; the second volume, due in 1990, will cover the Reading from 1900 until the demise of the railroad. The book is not merely an historical narrative

In this volume, James Holton chronicles the history of the Company from its inception in 1833 until 1900; the second volume, due in 1990, will cover the Reading from 1900 until the demise of the railroad. The book is not merely an historical narrative. The author intersperses the history of the Reading (odd numbered chapters) with discussions of specialized topics (even numbered chapters).

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Decades ago, Reading was a mighty manufacturing town where the Reading Railroad - once the world's largest company, now a spot on the Monopoly board - built a 19th-century transportation empire, and factories produced everything from hats to hardware. At one time, the city boasted so many manufacturing jobs that you could quit one, cross the street and easily land another.

James L. Holton, The Reading Railroad: History of a Coal Age Empire, Vol. I: The Nineteenth Century, pp. 323–325, citing Vincent Corasso, The Morgans. "Grover Cleveland," whitehouse. "Grover Cleveland," American President: A Reference Resource, millercenter. a b Whitten, David O. "E. et Encyclopedia: Depression of 1893". Retrieved 2009-04-20. Cynthia Clark Northrup (2003). The American Economy: Essays and primary source documents. p. 195. ^ Hoffman, Charles. The Depression of the Nineties: An Economic History

Book by Holton, James L.