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William Blackmore, a case study in the economic development of the West.

Author: Herbert Oliver Brayer
Publisher: Denver, Bradford-Robinson, 1949.
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Brayer, Herbert Oliver.
William Blackmore.
Denver, Bradford-Robinson, 1949
(OCoLC)571169986
Named Person: William Blackmore
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Herbert Oliver Brayer
OCLC Number: 1964606
Notes: In slipcase.
500 copies printed. No. 239.
Description: 2 volumes illustrations, portraits, maps, facsimiles 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Spanish-Mexican land grants of New Mexico and Colorado, 1863-1878. --
v. 2. Early financing of the Denver & Rio Grande Railway and ancillary land companies, 1871-1878.
Other Titles: Case study in the economic development of the West

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