Melvil Decimal System: 380.09
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Trains and Railroads
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Works under MDS 380.09
- The Golden Peaches of Samarkand: A Study of T'ang Exotics by Edward H. Schafer
- Origins of the European Economy: Communications and Commerce AD 300 - 900 by Michael McCormick
- Railroads of Hoboken and Jersey City (Images of Rail) by Kenneth French
- The great trade routes by Jean Duche
- Trade, Transport and Society in the Ancient World: A Sourcebook by Fik Meijer
- Studies in English trade in the fifteenth century by Eileen Power
- W & R Jacob: Its Impact on Dublin Life 1851-2000 by Seamas O Maitiu
- The Taipan Traders by Anthony Lawrence
- The colonial merchant; sources and readings by Stuart Weems Bruchey
- Economy, society, and government in medieval Italy; essays in memory of Robert L. Reynolds by Robert Leonard Reynolds
- Trade and Traders in Mid-Victorian Liverpool: Mercantile Business and the Making of a World Port by Graeme J. Milne
- Trade and Transport (History of Britain Topic Books) by Andrew Langley
- The traditional trade of Asia by C. G. F. Simkin
- Lopez of Newport; colonial American merchant prince by Stanley F. Chyet
- Frontier Merchant in Mid America (University of Missouri studies) by Lewis Eldon Atherton
- Trading posts or penal colonies;: The commercial significance of Cook's New Holland route to the Pacific, by K. M Dallas
- British routes to India by Halford Lancaster Hoskins
- This Little Pig: The Story of Marketing by James Playsted Wood
- Maritime enterprise, 1485-1558 by James A. Williamson
- New Orleans And The Railroads: The Struggle for Commercial Empire 1830-1860 by Merl E. Reed
- Sailors, Merchants, and Muleteers of the California Mission Frontier (Williams, Jack S. People of the California Missions.) by Jack S. Williams
- Nullarbor Lifelines by Basil Fuller
- China : economic conditions and reliability of economic data by Heather A. Collins
- The New Meritocracy : A History of UK Independent Schools 1979-2014 by Mark Peel
- Pisa medicea: l'economia cittadina da Ferdinando 1. a Cosimo 3. by Rita Mazzei
- Primitiver Austausch oder freier Markt?: Untersuchungen zum Handel in den gallisch-germanischen Provinzen während der römischen Kaiserzeit by Gurli Jacobsen
- The great trade routes. by Jean. DuchGe
- Chau Ju-Kua: his work on the Chinese and Arab trade in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, entitled Chu-fanchï by Rukuo Zhao
- Trade and Politics in the Indian Ocean by Giorgio Borsa
- Viscount Mauá and the empire of Brazil : a biography of Irineu Evangelista de Sousa, 1813-1889 by Anyda Marchant
- The Red Book of West Africa : historical and descriptive, commercial and industrial facts, figures & resources by Allister Macmillan
- Canadian business history;: Selected studies, 1497-1971 by David S. Macmillan
- New Zealand, Her Commerce & Resources by G.W. Griffin
- HISTORY OF CDN BUSINESS 1867-1914 by R. T. Naylor
- Class privilege and economic development : the Consulado de Comercio of Guatemala, 1793-1871 by Ralph Lee Woodward
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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