The development of American petroleum pipelines: a study in private enterprise and public policy, 1862-1906
Published for the American Historical Association [by] Cornell University Press, 1956 - Technology & Engineering - 307 pages
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The Introduction and Early Development of Petroleum Pipe
Pipeline Combination and Public Policy 18721875
Pipelines as Competitive Weapons 18751878
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