5 edition of Railroad promotion and capitalization in the United States found in the catalog.
|Statement||Frederick A. Cleveland and Fred Wilbur Powell.|
|Contributions||Powell, Fred Wilbur, 1881-1943, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HE2751 .C6 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 368 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||80001698|
Corporations were not supposed to reign in the United States. When we look at the history of our states, we learn that citizens intentionally defined corporations through charters -- the certificates of incorporation. In exchange for the charter, a corporation was obligated to obey all laws, to serve the common good, and to cause no harm. The railroad was less than three years established in the United States; in the entire world less than five. Yet they sought to bring into Northern New York, there at the beginning of the third decade of the nineteenth century, hardly emerged from primeval forest, the highway of iron rail, that even so highly a developed civilization as that of.
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, public capitalization led to thousands of railroad foundings across the I I United States. The industry was divided between intercity trunk Lines and small independent spur railroads, and the two groups were highly mutualistic. Small lines financed in anticipation of demand by eager governments oftea failed. By , John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil reported its capitalization at $ million, and the United States Steel Trust, formed from an amalgamation of the holdings of Andrew Carnegie and J. P. Morgan in , reached the previously unimaginable figure of $ : Princeton University Press.
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A preliminary draft was used as a series of lectures before the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in and Later, in collaborating with Mr. Powell, the historic side of "Railway Promotion and Capitalization in the United States" was worled out for the Carnegie Institution and published by Messrs.
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George Leonard Vose (19 April – 30 March ) was a United States civil engineer and Professor of Civil Engineering at Bowdoin College and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, known as educator in the field of railroads, and from his "Manual for railroad engineers and engineering students" ().
Follow Frederick Albert Cleveland and explore their bibliography from 's Frederick Albert Cleveland Author Page. RAILROAD PROMOTION AND CAPITALIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES By FREDERICK A.
CLEVELAND, Ph.D., and FRED W. POWELL, A.M. Crown 8vo, pp. xiv $ iiet. By mail, $ CONTENTS: Chapter I. The First Era of Transportation Development in the United States 2. The Embargo, the Second War with Great Britain, and Their Effect upon Transportation.
The one exception is Cleveland, Frederick A. and Powell, Fred W., Railroad Promotion and Capitalization in the United States (New York: Longmans, Green, and Co., ), p.wherein-the Manual is included among various railroad statistical by: 1.
For the American scene, see Cleveland, Frederick A. and Powell, Fred Wilbur, Railroad Promotion and Capitalization in the United States (New York, ). 25 Cleveland and Powell, Railroad Promotion, ; Reed, Investment in Railways in Britain, Cited by: Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Fred Wilbur Powell books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Railroad Promotion and Capitalization in the United States. Frederick Albert Cleveland. 29 Aug Hardback. Railroad Promotion and Capitalization in the United States. Frederick Albert Cleveland. 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.
Frederick Albert Cleveland has 33 books on Goodreads with 2 ratings. Frederick Albert Cleveland’s most popular book is The War--Its Practical Lessons to. Railroad Finance. By FREDERICK A. CLEVELAND and FRED WIL-BIJR POWELL. (New York: D. Appleton and Company. xv, $) This scholarly volume may be regarded as a continuation of Railway Promotion and Capitalization in the United States by the same authors.
The earlier book was a financial history of. Read this book on Questia. The purpose of this book is to take up the story of the federal regulation of railroads in the United States where most of the treatises on transportation have dropped it, atand bring the history down to the present year.
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13 Oct Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Railroad Promotion and Capitalization in the United States. Frederick Albert Cleveland. 29 Aug Hardback. Institutional and social responses to this crisis provide a rich source in understanding the evolution of property rights and of institutional arrangements for enhancing corporate transparency and capital market efficiency.
F.W., (), Railroad Promotion and Capitalization in the United States, New York Previts, G.J. and Merino, B.D Cited by:. Berger, auditor of the Wabash Railroad Company, echoed this idea of a profession of accounting when he described the railroad accountant as having a duty ‘to promote methods that are considered to be for the best interest of railway accounting as a science and as a profession’ (RAOA,p.
10). In a letter written by the ICC to the Cited by: 2.The increase of capitalization per mile of railroad in England and Wales for the nineteen years between and was from $, to $, or $73,; against a total capitalization for all the roads in the United States in of $59,Railroad Promotion and Capitalization in the United States (Paperback or Softbac.
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