Economic Survey of the Terre Haute Area, Issue 15
Indiana Economic Council, 1952 - 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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Introduction a e a e
Individual Industry Development 1850 to 1900
Postwar Industrial Position of the Terre Haute Area
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Adapted from Censuses added by manufacturing allied products apparel bituminous coal Brazil Bureau calculations Census of Business Census of Manufactures chemical and allied Chemicals & allied clay & glass clay and glass Clay County Coal mining compared Crawfordsville economic employed employees employment and payrolls Employment Security expansion Fabricated metal facturing Food & kindred food and kindred glass products increase Indianapolis individual counties individual industries industrial activity industrial categories industrial development industrial employment industrial groups iron and steel kindred products liquor Lumber products manufacturing activity manufacturing establishments manufacturing variables manufacturing wage earners ment metal products Newspaper circulation number of establishments Paper & allied paper products Parke Parke County percentage changes period products group reported Source statistics steel products Stone Sullivan County Table M-4 Terre Haute Area trade and service trade area Transportation equipment value added Vermil Vermillion Vermillion County Vigo County whole wholesale price index wholesale trade wood products workers