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George Rogers Taylor
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THE TRANSPORTATION REVOLUTION c. A. Ralph Waldo Emerson on "The Superstitions of Our Age" () B. The politics of "internal improvements"--Albert Gallatin's Report () calls for federally-supported nationa roads and canals--The Madisonian File Size: 95KB. George Rogers Taylor ( – Ap ) was an American economic historian, best known for his work The Transportation Revolution, – Biography. Taylor was born in Beaver Dam, received his undergraduate and doctoral degrees from the University of was a member of the faculty at Amherst College from to Authority control: BIBSYS: , ISNI: .
The Transportation Revolution, () White, John H. Wet Britches and Muddy Boots: A History of Travel in Victorian America (Indiana UP, ). xxvi + pp. Wolmar, Christian. The Great Railway Revolution: The Epic Story of the American Railroad (Atlantic Books Ltd, ), Popular history. Wright, Robert E. Turnpikes and Toll Roads in Nineteenth-Century America. Daniel B. Klein, Santa Clara University and John Majewski, University of California – Santa Barbara 1. Private turnpikes were business corporations that built and maintained a road for the right to collect fees from travelers. 2 Accounts of the nineteenth-century transportation revolution often treat turnpikes as merely a prelude to.
TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVELTRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL. Travel in the United States for most of its history was arduous. Nineteenth-century transportation systems, notably the railroad, improved travel between and within cities, but most Americans could go only as far as their horses could carry them. The vast country remained largely inaccessible to all but the most intrepid pioneer or . The Transportation Revolution, (4th volume in "Economic History of the United States" series; New York and Toronto: Rinehart and Co., c), by George Rogers Taylor (page images at HathiTrust) HER65
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Taylor (Author)Author: George R. Taylor. The Transportation Revolution,[The Economic History of the United States, Volume IV.] New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston, George Rogers Taylor’s book, as its title suggests, is an account of the changing nature of transportation in the ante-bellum United States.3/5.
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The Transportation Revolution, The Economic History of the United States, Volume IV Taylor, George Rogers Published by Rinehart & Company, New York (). The Transportation Revolution, Part of a series of detailed reference manuals on American economic history, this volume traces the development and rapid growth of transportation across the USA in the mids.
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A Revolution in Transportation. Sources. Early Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin called for a federally supported national transportation system. He suggested that roads, turnpikes, and canals be constructed to bring the new nation together, but Gallatin ’ s plan, however appealing, never materialized.
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THE PENNSYLVANIA. The growth of the Pennsylvania Railroad — the largest U.S. railroad in the s — gives a good impression of how large the scale of railroad business was starting to become.
It was not yet typical, but it was a sign of things to come. 6 Transportation Revolution as well as the economic and political forces that helped shape the growth of transportation networks.
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