History of Domestic and Foreign Commerce of the United States: pt. I. The foreign trade of the United States since 1789, by G. G. Huebner. pt. II. The fisheries, by T. W. Van Metre. pt. III. Government aid and commercial policy, by D. S. Hanchett
Carnegie institution of Washington, 1915 - United States
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