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The rise of New York port <1815-1860>
Robert Greenhalgh Albion
|Other titles||New York port.|
|Statement||by Robert Greenhalgh Albion, with the collaboration of Jennie Barnes Pope ...|
|Contributions||Pope, Jennie Barnes, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HE554.N7 A6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv p., 1 l., 485 p. incl. illus., tables.|
|Number of Pages||485|
|LC Control Number||39027172|
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(2). Get this from a library. The rise of New York port, [Robert Greenhalgh Albion]. The history of New York City (–) started with the creation of the city as the capital of the United States under the Congress of the Confederation from January 11,to Autumnand then under the United States Constitution from its ratification in until moving to Philadelphia in The city grew as an economic center with the opening of the Erie Canal in ; the.
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Jun 01, · Sixty years after it was published inRobert G. Albion’s The Rise of New York Port, – remains the standard account of New York City’s emergence as the dominant metropolis in North America. This book, which is still in print today, is impressive for its prodigious research and for the broad, transatlantic perspective it takes on urban growth.
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His first book, The Sun That Never Rose, predicted Japan's economic stagnation in the s. His next book, Cotton and Race in America (): The Human Price of Economic Growth, will be published in Posted October References: Albion, Robert Greenhalgh.
The Rise of New York Port, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, Jul 23, · Rise of New York Port,by Robert G. Albion, Based on exhaustive research, this study includes the subject of "human freight" but has little on Castle Garden as a processing center.
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Title Arcade, New York: Created / Published The rise of New York Port . The author's forthcoming study of New York Port, will contain detailed biographical informa- tion about most of the operators among other New York merchants, and also about the New York shipbuilders, similar in scope to the notes on the packet captains in the appendix of this work.
When the ship Beaver departed New York harbor bound for the China coast in Augustthe United States was fully embargoed. For over six months the country’s trade had been at a standstill, and all the ports idled.
The livelihoods of America’s maritime workers had been sacrificed to the greater good by Jeffersonian Republicans, in the White House and the Congress, who hoped that an. For example, Robert Albion’s book, The Rise of New York Port:“remains the standard account” of New York City’s merchant commerce during this period.
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Author Book The Rise of New York Port, Author Robert G. Albion. Published Charles Scribner's Son, New York, Page About this resource Find in a library Find at AbeBooks Find at Amazon. Perhaps the most famous voyage of the Lady Franklin took place in the spring ofwhen it was chartered by the philanthropist Vere Foster to bring 71 young women from the Ardee area of Co.
Louth to America, 11 of whom intended to settle in New York. It made the Atlantic crossing in just nine days and the girls told Castle Garden officials that they “had nothing to complain of.”.
Albion's "The Rise of New York Port, " The Rise of New York Port, by Robert Greenhalgh Albion Review by: Clifton Hood Reviews in American History, Vol. 27, No. 2 (Jun., ), The rest of the book surveys the port's various other activities.As his burgeoning indebtedness began to worry collectors in New York, he opted to shift business to a port in a neighboring district where bonds would be easier to obtain.
2 And so, by May when the Mary Lord rounded Sandy Hook making for the docks at Amboy, plans were already afoot to erect four massive warehouses on its shore in.The Rise of New York Port: –by Robert Greenhalgh Albion.
Also out of print, this definitive, scholarly history provides the fascinating backstory of why and how the port of New York became dominant in the 19th century. The Coming of the New York and Harlem Railroad, by Lou Grogan.