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1815-1850: Business and the Economy: Topics in the News

1815-1850: Business and the Economy: Topics in the News

Agriculture in the North

The Artisans World

Cotton Kingdom

Financing the Market Revolution

From Farm to Market

The Land Business

The Lowell System

Middlemen and Foreign Trade

Mobility and Class

Retail

The Rise of the Factory

Women at Work

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