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Drawn from the Seligman Collection at Columbia University and other major economic history collections, Economic Literature, 1851-1900 continues in the tradition of The Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature, adding titles from the latter half of the 19th century in various economic fields. Sourced from multiple institutions, including the Seligman Collection of Economic Literature at Columbia University and Hiroshima Kezai University, as well as the Economic Literature Collection of the University of Kansas. A highly regarded source for valuable primary documents, Economic Literature, 1851-1900 contains approximately 4,000 titles on agriculture, finance, industry and political economy from England, the United States, France, Germany and other Western nations.
Scholars and students of the history of economics, politics, agriculture, technology and communications will find reports, speeches, collections of correspondence, surveys and other analytical and statistical documentation, making Economic Literature, 1851-1900 the ideal archival repository for researching the history of Western economics.
Complete Collection: 466 reels