Economic Survey of the Terre Haute Area, Issue 14
Indiana Economic Council, 1951 - Business enterprises - 226 pages
Pt. 1 covers the general introduction, physical geography, economic development, population growth, water resources, and agriculture of the Terre Haute area. Pt. 2 is mainly an analysis of the industrial activity of the area and includes a brief treatment of the trade and service industries and pt. 3 focuses on industrial growth and planning.
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