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BIBLIOGRAPHY

The items below are listed in alphabetical order, with the exception of legal cases and statutes. The latter appear separately at the end. A numeral follows each entry, indicating the subject matter of the item. The code is as follows: I, Sugar Refining; II, Industries Other than Sugar Refining; III, General History; IV, Biography; V, Industrial Organization and Other Economic Subjects; VI, Miscellaneous.

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Allen, Frederick Lewis. The Great Pierpont Morgan. New York: Harper & Bros., 1949. IV

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American Sugar Refining Company. Annual Report, 1891–1922. I

American Sugar Refining Company. A Century of Sugar Refining in the United States, 1816–1916. New York: n.p., 1916. I

Bain, Joe S. Barriers to New Competition. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1956. V

________. “Industrial Concentration and Government Anti-Trust Policy.” In The Growth of the American Economy, ed. Harold F. Williamson. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1951. V

________. Industrial Organization. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1959. V

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Bernhardt, Joshua. Government Control of the Sugar Industry in the United States. New York: Macmillan, 1920. I

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Blakey, Roy G. The United States Beet-Sugar Industry and the Tariff. New York: Columbia University Press, 1912. I

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________. Sugar Frauds. n.p., 1878. I

Burgess, George H., and Kennedy, Miles C. Centennial History of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 1949. II

Burns, Arthur R. The Decline of Competition. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1936. V

Carlson, Oliver, and Bates, Ernest S. Hearst, Lord of San Simeon. New York: Viking, 1936. IV

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Champomier, P. A. Statement of the Sugar Crop of Louisiana of 1860–61. New York: Cook, Young, 1861. I

Chandler, Alfred D., Jr. Strategy and Structure: Chapters in the History of the Industrial Enterprise. Cambridge: M.I.T. Press, 1962. V

________. “The Large Industrial Corporation and the Making of the Modern American Economy.” In Institutions in Modern America, ed. Stephen E. Ambrose. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1967. V

Clark, John D. The Federal Anti-Trust Policy. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1931. V

Cole, Arthur H., ed. Industrial and Commercial Correspondence of Alexander Hamilton. Chicago: A. W. Shaw, 1928. III

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Commons, John R. The Legal Foundations of Capitalism. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1957. V

Cone, Andrew, and Johns, Walter R. Petrolia: A Brief History of the Pennsylvania Petroleum Region. New York: Appleton, 1870. II

Connecticut, Legislature, General Assembly. Special Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly, 1889. III

Cordray, William W. “Claus Spreckels of California.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Southern California, 1955. IV

Cosmopolitan. III

Coxe, Trench. Arts and Manufactures of the United States of America for the Year 1810. Philadelphia: A. Gorman, 1814. III

David, Paul A. “The Growth of Real Product in the United States Before 1840: New Evidence, Controlled Conjectures,” Journal of Economic History, 27 (June, 1967). III

DeBow, J. B. D. The Industrial Resources, Etc. of the Southern and Western States, vol. 2. New Orleans: DeBow’s Review, 1852. III

DeBow’s Review, 1846–60. III

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Department of Justice (JD) File No. 8247. See U.S., Department of Justice. Official Papers.

Department of Justice (JD) File No. 121616. See U.S., Department of Justice. Official Papers.

DeSantis, Vincent P. Republicans Face the Southern Question: The New Departure Years, 1877–1897. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1959. III

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Dewey, Donald. Monopoly in Economics and Law. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1959. V

Dewing, Arthur S. A History of the National Cordage Company. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1913. II

________. Corporate Promotion and Reorganizations. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1914. II

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Dill, James. Statutory and Case Law Applicable to Private Companies Under the General Incorporation Act of New Jersey. New York: Baker, Voorhis, 1901. V

Donner, J. O. Letter to the New York Evening Post, March 13, 1880. A reprint of the letter can be found at the New York Historical Society. I

Dos Passos, John R. Commercial Trusts. New York: Putnam’s, 1901. V

Dudden, Arthur P. “Antimonopolism, 1865–1890: The Historical Background and Intellectual Origins of the Antitrust Movement in the United States.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1950. V

Eames, Francis A. The New York Stock Exchange. New York: Thomas Hall, 1894. III

Eichner, Alfred S. “Business Concentration and Its Significance.” In The Business of America, ed. Ivar Berg. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968. V

________. The Theory of Oligopoly. In preparation. V

Encyclopedia Britannica. 11th ed. I

Evans, ——. “Sugar Refining.” DeBow’s Review, 6 (1849). I

Fels, Rendig. American Business Cycles. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1959. III

Fine, Sidney. Laissez-Faire and the General-Welfare State. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1956. III

Fishlow, Albert. “Antebellum Interregional Trade Reconsidered.” American Economic Review, 59 (May, 1964). Reprinted in New Views on American Economic Development, ed. Ralph Andreano. Cambridge: Schenkman, 1965. III

Flynn, John T. God’s Gold: The Story of Rockefeller and His Times. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1932. IV

Freedland, Fred. “History of Holding Company Legislation in New York State.” Fordham Law Review, 24 (1955). V

Friedley, Edwin. Philadelphia and Its Manufactures. Philadelphia: Edwin Young, 1859. II

Garraty, John A. Right-Hand Man: The Life of George W. Perkins. New York: Harper & Bros., 1957. IV

Giddens, Paul H. The Birth of the Oil Industry. New York: Macmillan, 1938. II

Ginzberg, Eli, and Eichner, Alfred S. The Troublesome Presence: American Democray and the Negro. New York: Free Press, 1964. III

Gordon, Patricia J. “The Livingstons of New York.” Master’s thesis, Columbia University, 1959. IV

Goss, John D. History of Tariff Administration in the United States. New York: Columbia University Press, 1891. III

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Guese, Lucius E. “St. Louis and the Great Whiskey Ring.” Missouri Historical Review, 36 (January, 1942). III

Gunton, George. “The Economic and Social Aspects of Trusts.” Political Science Quarterly, 3 (September, 1888). V

Hardwick committee investigation, 1911. See U.S., Congress, House of Representatives, Special Committee on the Investigation of the American Sugar Refining Company and Others.

Havemeyer, Henry O., Jr. Biographical Record of the Havemeyer Family, 1606–1943. New York: privately printed, 1944. The work can be found at the New York Historical Society. IV

Havemeyer, Theodore A. Letters to J. R. Tucker and Jas. G. Carlisle. Washington: Globe, 1880. The pamphlet can be found at the New York City Public Library. I

________. Papers Relative to Drawback Rates on Exported Sugar. New York: Evening Post Press, 1887. I

Hawley, Ellis W. The New Deal and the Problem of Monopoly. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1966. III

Hicks, John D. The Populist Revolt. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1931. III

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Howe, George F. “The New York Custom-House Controversy, 1877–1879.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review, XVIII (December, 1931). III

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Jenks, Jeremiah W. “The Development of the Whiskey Trust.” In Trusts, Pools, and Corporations, ed. William Z. Ripley. Boston: Ginn & Co., 1916. II

________. “The Michigan Salt Association.” In Trusts, Pools, and Corporations, ed. William Z. Ripley. Boston: Ginn & Co., 1916. II

Johnston, J. Statistical Cost Analysis. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1960. V

Jones, Chester A. The Economic History of the Anthracite-Tidewater Canals. Philadelphia: n.p., 1908. II

Jones, Eliot. The Anthracite Coal Combination in the United States. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1914. II

________. The Trust Problem in the United States. New York: Macmillan, 1928. V

Josephson, Matthew. The Politicos. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1938. III

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Knight, Frank H. Risk, Uncertainty and Profit. London: University of London Reprint, 1933. V

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Letwin, William. Law and Economic Policy in America: The Evolution of the Sherman Antitrust Act. New York: Random House, 1965. V

Lexow committee investigation, 1897. See New York, Legislature, Joint Committee to Investigate Trusts.

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McDonald, John. Secrets of the Great Whiskey Ring. Chicago: Belford, Clarke & Co., 1880. III

Machlup, Fritz. “Marginal Analysis and Empirical Research.” American Economic Review, 36 (September, 1946). V

McLauren, John J. Sketches in Crude Oil. Harrisburg: n.p., 1890. II

Mark, Shelley M., and Adler, Jacob. “Claus Spreckels in Hawaii.” Explorations in Entrepreneurial History, 10 (October, 1957). IV

Markham, Jesse. “Survey of the Evidence and Findings on Mergers.” In Business Concentration and Public Policy. Princeton: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1955. V

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Maybee, Rolland. Railroad Competition and the Oil Trade, 1855–1873. Mount Pleasant, Michigan: Extension Press, 1940. II

Means, Gardiner C. The Corporate Revolution in America. New York: Collier Books, 1964. V

________. “The Large Corporation.” American Economic Review, 21 (March, 1931). V

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Moody, John. The Truth About the Trusts. New York: Moody Publishing, 1904. V

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________. Study in Power: John D. Rockefeller, Industrialist and Philanthropist. 2 vols. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1953. This is a revision of Nevins’ 1940 biography of Rockefeller. IV

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Norman B. Tooker et al. v. National Sugar Refining Co.: Answer and Crossbill of Louisine W. Havemeyer et al. This and other documents in the case have been printed in one volume, which was generously made available by the American Sugar Company, successor to the American Sugar Refining Company. I

Norman B. Tooker et al. v. National Sugar Refining Co.: Bill of Complaint. See preceding item.

Norman B. Tooker et al. v. National Sugar Refining Co.: Final Decree. See preceding item.

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United States v. American Sugar Refining Co. et al: Final Decree. A copy was generously made available by the American Sugar Company, successor to the American Sugar Refining Company. I

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United States v. American Sugar Refining Co. et al: Testimony Before William B. Brice, Special Examiner. A typewritten copy of the testimony can be found on file at the National Archives, under District Court for the Southern District of New York, File Equity 7–8. A printed copy of the testimony was generously made available by the American Sugar Company, successor to the American Sugar Refining Company. The pagination cited in the present text, however, is that of the typewritten copy. I

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LEGAL CASES AND STATUTES

American Sugar Refining Co. v. United States, 223 U.S. 743 (1911).

Chappell v. Brockway, 21 Wend. 157 (1839).

Connecticut, Statutes, 1888–90.

Heike v. United States, 227 U.S. 131 (1913).

Hooker v. Vandewater, 4 Denio 349 (1847).

India Bagging Association v. Kock, 14 La. Ann. 168 (1859).

In re Greene, 52 Fed. 104.

In re Sugar Rebates, 14 I.C.C. Reports 622 (1908).

Merritt v. Welsh, 104 U.S. 694 (1881).

Mogul Steamship Co. v. McGregor, Gow & Co. (1892), A.C. 25 (H.L.).

New Jersey, Statutes, 1888–90.

Northern Securities Company v. United States, 193 U.S. 197 (1904).

Pennsylvania Sugar Refining Co. v. American Sugar Refining Co. Reprinted in S. Doc. 718, 60th Cong., 2d sess., 1909.

People v. Chicago Gas Trust Co., 130 Ill. 268 (1889).

People v. North River Sugar Refining Co., 3 N.Y. Sup. 401 (1889); 6 N.Y. Sup. 408 (1889); 24 N.E. 891 (1890).

Stanton v. Allen, 5 Denio 434 (1848).

State v. Standard Oil Company, 49 Ohio State 137 (1892).

United States, Statutes at Large, 1789–1920.

United States v. Addyston Pipe & Steel Co., 1 F.A.D. 631 (1898); 175 U.S. 211 (1899).

United States v. American Tobacco Co., 164 Fed. 700 (1908); 221 U.S. 106 (1911).

United States v. E. C. Knight et al., 60 Fed. 306 (1894); 60 Fed. 934 (1894); 156 U.S. 1 (1895).

United States v. E. I. Dupont de Nemours & Co., 188 Fed. 127 (1911).

United States v. International Harvester Co., 214 Fed. 987 (1914); 274 U.S. 693 (1927).

United States v. Jellico Mountain Coal Co., 43 Fed. 898 (1890); 46 Fed. 432 (1891).

United States v. Kissel and Harned, 218 U.S. 601 (1910).

United States v. Nelson et al., 52 Fed. 646 (1892).

United States v. New York Central Railroad. Reprinted in Department of Justice File No. 59–8–13, sec. 1, National Archives, Washington, D.C.

United States v. Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, 173 Fed. 177 (1909); 221 U.S. 1 (1911).

United States v. Sugar Institute, 15 Fed. Sup. 817 (1934); 297 U.S. 553 (1936).

United States v. United States Steel Corp., 223 Fed. 55 (1915); 251 U.S. 417 (1920).

Wabash v. Illinois, 118 U.S. 557 (1886).

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