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The Paths Of Inland Commerce

Archer B. Hulbert

"The Paths of Inland Commerce" is a historical work authored by Archer B. Hulbert, a noted American historian. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of "The Paths of Inland Commerce" is both modern and readable. Some stories are brutal and weird, while others creep up on you and draw you in slowly. This book looks into the fascinating history of transportation and commercial routes in the United States between the 18th and 19th centuries. Hulbert's story looks into the evolution of inland trade, focusing on the numerous modes of transportation that were critical to the nation's economic development and expansion. He discusses many different themes, which include the construction of early roads, canals, steamboats, and railroads, each of which played crucial parts in building the nation's trading networks. The book not only analyzes the actual infrastructure, but additionally the economic and social consequences of these transportation improvements. It offers light on how improved transportation has transformed the movement of goods, the expansion of cities, and the lives of ordinary Americans.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Dec 1st, 2023
  • Pages: 114
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.27in - 0.34lb
  • EAN: 9789359325279
  • Categories: GeneralHistory - General

About the Author

B. Hulbert, Archer: - "Archer Butler Hulbert, FRGS (Jan 26, 1873 - December 24, 1933), historical geographer, writer, and professor of American history, was born in Bennington, Vermont, the son of Rev. Calvin Butler Hulbert and Mary Elizabeth Woodward. His father went on to become the President of Middlebury College. Hulbert had two marriages. He married Mary Elizabeth Stacy on September 10, 1901, and she died in 1920. He married Dorothy Printup on June 16, 1923. He had two daughters from each of his wives. In 1895, Hulbert graduated from Marietta College in Marietta, Ohio. Hulbert was also given an honorary MA in 1904 and an LHD in 1930. In 1929, he got a Litt.D. from Middlebury. Until 1897, he was Vice-Principal of Putnam Military Academy in Zanesville, Ohio. From 1897 until 1898, Hulbert worked as an editor for the Korean Independent (Seoul) and edited Far East American publications in Korea. Homer Hulbert, his brother, had gone there in 1886. He taught American history at Marietta College from 1904 through 1918. From 1918 until 1919, Hulbert taught American history at Clark University after graduating from Marietta College."
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