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Railroad competition and the oil trade, 1855-1873

Rolland Harper Maybee

Railroad competition and the oil trade, 1855-1873

by Rolland Harper Maybee

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Published by The Extension Press, Central State Teachers College in Mount Pleasant, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Railroads -- United States -- Rates -- History -- 19th century,
  • Petroleum industry and trade -- United States -- History -- 19th century,
  • Competition

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Rolland Harper Maybee
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 451 p. :
    Number of Pages451
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14820773M
    LC Control Number41002278

    The first such railroad in America started with an meeting by a group of Baltimore merchants who assembled to “ take under consideration the best means of restoring to the city of Baltimore that portion of the western trade which [had] recently been diverted ” to New York by the completion of the Erie Canal. The role of large-scale business enterprise—big business and its managers—during the formative years of modern capitalism (from the s until the s) is delineated in this pathmarking book. Alfred Chandler, Jr., the distinguished business historian, sets forth the reasons for the dominance of big business in American transportation, communications, and the central sectors of.

    Street-railroads -- Pennsylvania; Filed under: Railroads -- Pennsylvania. A review of the relative commercial progress of the cities of New-York & Philadelphia, tracing the decline of the latter to state development, and showing the necessity of trans-Atlantic steamship communication to re-establish foreign trade / [By G. W. Baker]. Nov 08,  · The latest news, analysis, and developments affecting rail transport globally. Rail transport in the United States is dominated by privately held Class I railroads such as BNSF Railway, CSX Transportation, Norfolk Southern Railway and Union Pacific Railroad. Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways also operate in the United States.

    Train orders were issued by the dispatcher and superseded the timetable. They were used to advance an inferior train against a superior one, establish positive meeting points, create extra trains and sections, annul schedules, authorize work trains, and warn of track conditions and the like. At first the Oil Regions refused to believe, but in a few days another slip born of human weakness came in to prove the rumour true. The schedule of rates agreed upon by the South Improvement Company and the railroads had been sent to the freight agent of the Lake Shore Railroad, but no order had been given to put them in force.


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Railroad competition and the oil trade, 1855-1873 by Rolland Harper Maybee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Railroad competition and the oil trade, [Rolland Harper Maybee]. Railroad Competition and the Oil Trade, by Rolland H. Maybee Railroad Competition and the Oil Trade, by Rolland H. Maybee (pp. ) Review by: Paul H. Giddens. Railroad competition and the oil trade, (Mount Pleasant, Mich., The Extension press, Central state teachers college, ), 1855-1873 book Rolland Harper Maybee (page images at HathiTrust).

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Below is the uncorrected machine-read text. Apr 01,  · In the development of the American West, no two decades were so full of romance and change as the years from the California gold rush of to the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in In two decades, the West was conquered and the secession movement rose and fell.

From slow ox-team and prairie schooner to the dashing Pony Express, the overland mail service. The overproducing of oil and the developing of new markets caused the price of oil to fluctuate wildly.

Ina barrel (42 gallons) of oil dropped in value from $ to 35 cents. Later, when President Lincoln bought oil to fight the Civil War, the price jumped back to $, then to $ Books at Amazon. The makethemworkforyou.com Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.

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drawbacks in the oil trade that he ultimately loses. (Maybee, Grodinsky) Jan. Mexican Pres. Benito Juarez grants a concession to U.S. investors for a railroad from El Paso to Guaymas on the Gulf of California. (ARJ) Jan. 16, PFW&C management publishes a warning to stockholders to hold on to. The 's also saw new Midwestern startups like theAtchison, Topeka & Santa Fe pushing westward across the plains and into the southwest.

According to Keith Bryant, Jr.'s excellent book, "History Of The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway," the AT&SF began as the Atchison & Topeka. John D Rockefeller began as a humble oil business book-keeper in Cleveland, Ohio and in just seven years rose to control a tenth of the entire US oil business.

In the late 19th century the oil industry was a free-for-all, the law of the jungle ruled. of the Erie Railroad, includes a brief history of the A&GW in the section on the NYPANO RR. During his research, Mott corre-sponded with Reynolds.

A good account of the A&GW’s struggle for the oil market is Rolland Harper Maybee’s Railroad Competition and the Oil Trade, – Unfortunately, Maybee did not availCited by: 1. refining oil in the neighborhood of Macksburg, Ohio, and each equally dependent on the same railroad. It further appears that Standard wished to ‘crush’ Rice and his business.

Under the threat of building a pipeline to carry its oil, Standard was able to force the railroad to charge Rice 35 cents a barrel and Standard only 10 cents. Other railroads authorized by states in and constructed in the following years included the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company 's gravity railroad; and the Mohawk and Hudson Railroad, to carry freight and passengers around a bend in the Erie Canal.

To link the port of Baltimore to the Ohio River. The railroad companies held a natural monopoly in the areas that only they serviced.

Monopolies are generally viewed as harmful because they obstruct the free competition that determines the price and quality of products and services offered to the public.

Apr 08,  · Eastern cities linked to the oil fields by rail and boat boomed also. The export trade from Philadelphia, New York, and Baltimore became so important that.

Jul 14,  · Abstract. American Manufacturing Belt (AMB) emergence has been used by NEG theorists as a prime example of how increasing returns foster industrial concentratiCited by: 1.

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The competition between James Hill in the Great Northern Railroad and Edward H. Harriman in the Southern Pacific, Kansas Pacific, Union Pacific, and Texas Pacific Railroads created a problem of lowering the profits of both companies because competition forced.

Rockefeller saw the cutthroat competition in the oil industry as a ruinous influence and began methodically stamping it out. Byhis company, Standard Oil of Ohio, was enjoying major profits. Competition for railroad carriers can be characterized as: Intense intermodal competition-rail carriers compete directly with motor, domestic water, and pipeline carriers Which form of intermodal transportation accounts for the largest percentage of the total intermodal volume transported in .Mar 07,  · Diesel Locomotive Rosters: The Railroad Magazine Series [Sy Reich] on makethemworkforyou.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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