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Simon Cameron's adventure in iron, 1837-1846; new biographical material including an account of the formation and dissolution of a partnership of Simon Cameron, S.F. Headley, Samuel Humes, and Thomas McNair for the manufacture and sale of iron (principally to what is now the Pennsylvania Railroad) and its political connotations.

Autor: James Birtley McNair
Editora: Los Angeles, Calif. [1949]
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
McNair, James Birtley, 1889-1967.
Simon Cameron's adventure in iron, 1837-1846.
Los Angeles, Calif. [1949]
(OCoLC)574096658
Pessoa Denominada: Simon Cameron; Simon Cameron
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: James Birtley McNair
Número OCLC: 425832
Notas: "A limited numbered edition of 500 copies."
Descrição: xi, 160 pages plates, portrait 23 cm

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