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AMERICAN PUBLIC FINANCE 1700 1815 (HISTORICAL PERSP BUS ENTERPRIS) by Edwin J. Perkins
BFGoodrich : tradition and transformation, 1870-1995 by Mansel G. Blackford
Daniel Willard and Progressive Management on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series) by David M. Vrooman
Henry E. Huntington and the Creation of Southern California (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series) by William B. Friedricks
Rebuilding Cleveland: The Cleveland Foundation and Its Evolving Urban Strategy (Historical Perspectives on Business Enterprise Series) by Diana Tittle
WERNER VON SIEMENS: INVENTOR AND INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEUR (HISTORICAL PERSP BUS ENTERPRIS) by Wilfried Feldenkirchen

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