A Bibliographic Guide to North American Industry: History, by Dale A. Stirling

By Dale A. Stirling

With a view towards the history of North American undefined, A Bibliographic consultant to North American undefined: background, future health, and dangerous Waste presents steered readings in historic and modern literature on the topic of the origins of particular industries, the healthiness and issues of safety they face, and the way they deal with waste and stop toxins.

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The Story of Cattle Ranching in Washington. Record 37: 5–37. 209. Perren, R. 1971. The North American Beef and Cattle Trade with Great Britain. Economic History Review 24(3): 430–444. 210. Persigehl, E. S. and York, J. D. 1979. Substantial Productivity Gains in the Fluid Milk Industry. Monthly Labor Review 102(7): 22–27. 211. S. 1980. Animal Science in the 20th Century. Agricultural History 54(1): 64–70. 212. Postel, M. 1988. A Lost Resource: Shellfish in San Francisco Bay. California History 67(1): 26–41.

1978. Pennsylvania’s Bituminous Coal Industry: An Industry Review. Pennsylvania History 45(4): 351–363. 77. Horton, J. 1977. Phosphate. Idaho Heritage 7: 44–47. 78. Jensen, R. E. 1987. Nebraska’s World War I Potash Industry. Nebraska History 68(1): 28–42. 79. Johnson, J. P. 1979. The Politics of Soft Coal: The Bituminous Industry from World War I through the New Deal. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. 80. Johnson, K. R. 1970. Gold Mining in Alabama in the 20th Century. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 41(1): 42–48.

71. Hawley, E. W. 1968. Secretary Hoover and the Bituminous Coal Problem, 1921–1928. Business History Review 429(3): 247–270. 72. Henderson, D. F. 1964. The Texas Coal Mining Industry. Southwestern Historical Quarterly 68(2): 207–219. 73. Herendorf, C. E. 2004. History of the Lake Erie Sand and Gravel Industry. Inland Seas 60(3): 188–205. 74. Hightower, M. J. 1984. Cattle, Coal and Indian Land: A Tradition of Mining in Southeastern Oklahoma. Chronicles of Oklahoma 62(1): 4–25. 75. Hines, E. and Smith, M.

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