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The new urban history: quantitative explorations by American historians. Edited by Leo F. Schnore. With a foreword by Eric E. Lampard. Contributors: Martyn J. Bowden [and others].

; Bowden, Martyn J
[Princeton, N.J.] Princeton University Press [1975] .
ISBN 0691100268

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Other Authors Bowden, Martyn J.
Subjects Cities and towns -- United States -- History.
Cities and towns.
Ciudades y pueblos -- Crecimiento -- EE. UU.
United States.
Villes -- EĢtats-Unis -- Histoire.
Series Quantitative studies in history.
Description ix, 284 pages illustrations 25 cm.
Copyright Date [1975]
Contents Part One: The Growth and Function of Cities -- 1. Large-city Interdependence and the Pre- electronic Diffusion of Innovations in the United States/Allan R. Pred -- 2. Growth of the Central Districts in Large Cities/Martyn J. Bowden -- 3. Urban Deconcentration in the Nineteenth Century: A Statistical Inquiry/Kenneth T. Jackson -- Part Two: Accommodations to the Urban Environment -- 4. Patterns of Residence in Early Milwaukee/Kathleen Neils Conzen -- 5. Urban Blacks in the South, 1865-1920: An Analysis of Some Quantitative Data on Richmond, Savannah, New Orleans, Louisville, and Birmingham/Zane L. Miller -- 6. Fundamentalism and Urbanization: A Quantitative Critique of Impressionistic Interpretations/Gregory H. Singleton -- Part Three: Economic Analysis of Urban-Historical Phenomena -- 7. Urbanization and Slavery: The Issue of Compatibility/Claudia Dale Goldin -- 8. Urbanization and Inventiveness in the United States, 1870-1920/Robert Higgs -- Firm Locationa dn Optimal City Size in American History/Joseph A. Swanson and Jeffery G. Williamson.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)940269
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WorldCat Identities Schnore, Leo Francis, 1927-
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