2 edition of people, the railroads, and the government found in the catalog.
people, the railroads, and the government
B. F. Yoakum
|Statement||by B.F. Yoakum.|
|Contributions||YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||YA 13766|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||96190659|
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Convict leasing was an early system of prison labor that existed from; Convict leasing existed mainly in the Southern United States from until Convicts were typically leased to operators of plantations, railroads, and coal mines. The lessees assumed all costs of housing, feeding, and overseeing the convicts. Image 3 of Land-grant railroads and their relation to government transportation. LAND-GRANT RAILROADS AND THEIR RELATION TO GOVERNMENT TRANSPORTATION A LECTURE DELIVERED BEFORE THE OFFICERS OF THE QUARTERMASTER RESERVE CORPS AT WASHINGTON, D. C., J By MAJ.
the people—was born with the founding of the Populist, or People’s, Party, in On July 2, , a Populist Party convention in Omaha, Nebraska, demand-ed reforms to lift the burden of debt from farmers and other workers and to give the people a greater voice in their government. THE POPULIST PARTY PLATFORMThe economic reforms proposed File Size: 1MB. The book, titled “Solutionary Rail: A people-powered campaign to electrify America’s railroads and open corridors to a clean energy future,” was released in Author: Aaron Kunkler.
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Finally, Grant reviews the lasting heritage of the railroads as it has been preserved in word, stone, paint, and memory. Railroads and the American People is a sparkling paean to American railroading by one of its finest historians.
The book people published by Indiana University Press. My one big gripe with the book is the author does tend to slant toward the pro-government side. Several times people the book he implies that it was "necessary" for the government to step in or take it for granted that it needed to step in, specially in his section on the government takeover of /5(9).
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Details about Antique History Book "Railroads & Government"Seller Rating: % positive. RAILROADS. RAILROADS. Beginning in the nineteenth century in the United States, a vast system of railroads was developed that moved goods and people across great distances, facilitated the settlement of large portions of the country, created towns and cities, and unified a nation.
Early railways were a far cry from the great system of railroads that were built in the nineteenth century and. The government gave the railroads massive concessions. In many areas, they gave the companies land grants of one-half of all land within 10 miles of new tracks.
This muckraker's book, History of Standard Oil Company, chronicled the abuses of the company and led to a court case that caused the breakup of that monopoly. Ida Tarbell This was established by Congress in to regulate railroad rates and prevent abuses by the railroads.
1 For railroads we compute an —60 change as being a more helpful basis for contrasting the two nations than the astronomical —60 change. 2 We are not designating the railways as a sine qua non in development, but simply noting that the first transport network, whether road, rail or Cited by: This article is part of the history of rail transport by country series.
Wooden railroads, called wagonways, were built in the United States starting from the s. A railroad was reportedly used in the construction of the French fortress at Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in New France (now Canada) in Between andat the close of the French and Indian War (–), a gravity.
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The book depicts a dystopian United States Author: Ayn Rand. Freight rail is the engine that moves America. It connects thousands of American communities to the global economy while helping to ease highway congestion, save energy and reduce carbon emissions.
Take a quick primer on the world’s most efficient and cost-effective freight rail system. "Government Engineering Aid to Railroads before the Civil War" by Forest G. Hill The Journal of Economic History, Vol. 11 (Summer, ), pp.
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The book sold almost a million copies and sparked a short-lived Nationalist movement. Abandoned Railroads of The Wyoming Valley. 1, likes 11 talking about this. The purpose of this page is to bring to light, the vast rail lines that once crisscrossed The Wyoming Valley Area.5/5.
The government gave land grants to people to help extend railroads across the country. Railroads on Parade - Book of the Pageant. Transportation Courtesy of Paul M.
Van Dort. A new political party, the Non-Partisans, even called for government ownership of railroads and telegraphs, and won many adherents among farmers, workers, and ranchers. Farmers and ranchers were in the majority when the legislature met inand they made railway regulation the number one issue.
Government Ownership of Railroads, and War Taxation is a Historical book. The history of our railroads in the last ten years is a case in point.
In their early youth our railroads were allowed to grow up like spoiled, wilful, untamed children. They were given pretty nearly everything they asked for. The Great Railroad Revolution is a history of trains in the United States from their beginnings to the present day.
The author, Christian Wolmar, also provides some background information about railroads in Britain early in the book, because steam trains originated in that country/5. Differences-in-differences and instrumental variable analysis of a balanced panel of counties reveals only a small positive effect of rail access on population density but a large positive impact on urbanization as measured by the fraction of people living Cited by: Labor's plan for government ownership and democracy in the operation of the railroads: based on statements by Glenn E.
Plumb before the Interstate Commerce Committee of the United States Senate, with additional material Issue 1 of Plumb Plan League Pamphlet Issue 1 of Pamphlet (Plumb Plan League (Washington, D.C.))) Authors. As the optimism of the s gave way to fear and desperation, Americans looked to the federal government for relief.
However, the country’s 31st president, Herbert Hoover, who took office in.