2 edition of Seattle"s economic development 1880-1910 found in the catalog.
Seattle"s economic development 1880-1910
Alexander Norbert MacDonald
|Statement||by Alexander Norbert MacDonald.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 349 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||349|
MacDonald, Alexander Norbert, "Seattle's Economic Development, ," unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, McWilliams, Mary, Seattle Water Department History, (Seattle, ) Seattle Water Department and Dogwood Press. Media in category "Seattle, Washington in the s" The following 83 files are in this category, out of 83 total. 2nd and Pike, jpg 5, × 3,; MB.
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Get this from a library. Seattle's economic development, [Alexander Norbert MacDonald]. The Business Leaders of Seattle, BY NORBERT MCDONALD briefly to New York to marry Jennie Godfrey of book author of some repute.
After finishing his business training in Pough- larger study of Seattle's early economic development. JANUARY, 1. Source: Alexander Norbert McDonald, "Seattle's Economic Development, ," Ph.D.
Dissertation, University of Washington, BySeattle's position as the state's commercial center was assured. The region's rail and water transportation network also concentrated in the city.
Thrush chronicles Seattle's historical development, with major events and eras in the city's history reconsidered through a lens of racial politics.
The most illuminating history of Seattle I have read, though the book does unfortunately lose steam in the final few chapters. Every city deserves a history like this/5. (shelved 1 time as seattle-history) avg rating —ratings — published The 's brought economic depression to Seattle and the nation.
The depression brought Franklin Roosevelt to power in and Roosevelt brought the New Deal. One pillar of the New Deal was the right of employees, under the National Labor Relations Act, to organize themselves into unions.
"Planning Local Economic Development: Theory and Practice is the authoritative and comprehensive text for students of economic development planning and policy. The authors, leading scholars of the urban planning field, present an engaging and lively introduction to the field.
The book strikes a perfect balance between theory and by: "Robert Miller's Reservation 'Capitalism' promises to be the definitive book on Native American entrepreneurship. This is both a legal and policy primer on the impact of financing contemporary business in Indian Country.
Perhaps the most original and significant impact of the book is the early and historic treatment of more than four hundred years of interaction between the two cultures Cited by: A brief Indian "war" in the winter of interrupted the town's development, but when the Territorial legislature incorporated Seattle inthere were more than 2, residents.
The s were fairly quiet, despite the discovery of coal near Lake Washington, and the consequent growth of another extractive industry whose product also found. This is the main article of a series that covers the history of Seattle, Washington, a city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America.
Seattle is a major port city that has a history of boom and e has on several occasions been sent into severe decline, but has typically used those periods to successfully rebuild infrastructure.
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Development Services Office helps developers and Location: City Hall, Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA The Elliott Bay settlement grew out of acres along the waterfront, split between Denny, Boren, and Bell. There was an abundance of lumber, and the demand from cities like San Francisco allowed logging to provide much of the economic growth of nascent Seattle.
Seattle metro area, third quarter (U.S. = $1,; Area = $1,) Source: U.S. BLS, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages. Seattle Area Economic Summary: This summary presents a sampling of economic information for the area; supplemental data are provided for regions and the nation.
Subjects include. Thrush's book is a rejoinder to all that, a vivid retelling of Native history in Seattle, and it is an incredible history. At one point, he tells the anecdote of a man hauled in front of a. Read the latest news about the Seattle and U.S. economy from a Pacific Northwest perspective.
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and of Polk's Seattle Directory Co. also. Seattle’s economy is booming, and it is one of the fastest growing cities in at what cost. Despite Seattle’s progressive reputation, the city’s rising inequality, rapid gentrification, and disintegrating middle class are troublesome reminders of what happens when economic growth goes unchecked and when governments fail to produce policies that put people first.
Kimmons, Neil C. "The Historical Development of Seattle as a Metropolitan Area." Master's Thesis, University of Washington, Livingston, Victoria Hartwell. "Erastus Brainerd: The Bankruptcy of Brilliance." Master's Thesis, University of Washington, MacDonald, Alexander Norbert.
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February 6, U.S. Department of Commerce Invests $ Million to Help Make Critical Electrical Infrastructure Upgrades to Serve Businesses in Skamania County, Washington. Tweets by @US_EDA. Books on Seattle's history Seattleites. Join LibraryThing to post. This topic is currently marked as "dormant"—the last message is more than 90 days old.
You can revive it by posting a reply. 1 adamhindman First Message. pm. The seventh essay in the Turning Points series for The Seattle Times traces the Seattle area's economic ups and downs starting inwhen the Northern Pacific Railroad's selection of Tacoma for its terminus burst Seattle's first speculative bubble.
The article continues with recaps of the economic Panic ofthe Great Depression, and the Boeing Bust of the early s, which prompted a.Their campaign finally ended on January 6,when workers drove the last spike into the Great Northern Railway track and opened transcontinental travel to Seattle. Building a world-class city In June63 acres of Seattle's business district was leveled by fire.
The Chamber played a major role in rebuilding Seattle.book ; View Citation;CPHS; Alexander N. MacDonald, "Seattle's Economic Development, " (Ph.D. diss., University of Washington, ), pp.4 Norbert MacDonald, "The Business Leaders of Seattle, ," Pacific Northwest Quarterly 50 (): 1 5 The contemporary Seattle daily newspapers and the "Minute Cited by: 1.