To these authors I wish to convey my acknowledgment of valuable assistance. In the present volume no attempt has been made to give a detailed account of all important speculative land transactions.
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Moreover the story is restricted to speculation and is not directly concerned with the loss or growth of great fortunes from real estate investment. In the preparation of the manuscript, credit is due to Miss Alice Strass. To Professor H. Myron L. Hoch of the Department of Economics at the City College gave valuable assistance in the preparation of the work for publication. An unknown error has occurred.
Please click the button below to reload the page. Originally published in , Sakolski's book is the first general history of land speculation in the American colonies and the United States. It begins with the Pre-Revolutionary War Ohio Companies, and thereafter its chapters cover most of the land boom Reprint of Edition.
It begins with the Pre-Revolutionary War Ohio Companies, and thereafter its chapters cover most of the land booms and bubbles up to the twentieth century. Two hundred years of get-rich quick schemes give the reader a concentrated exposure to the gamble and promoting aspect of the American character.
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