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The making of the modern world, Part IV: 1800 - 1890.
imprint
[Farmington Hills, Mich.] : Gale
description
1 online resource
format(s)
Journal
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pub. began/ended
Began in 2004?
imprint
[Farmington Hills, Mich.] : Gale
restrictions
Access limited to subscribers.
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
general note
At head of resource home page: Gale, CENGAGE Learning
Published by Thomson Gale, <2006-> ; by Gale,
Title from homepage (viewed July 9, 2012).
abstract
The Making of the Modern World: Part IV, 1800-1890 offers definitive coverage of the "Age of Capital," the industrial revolution, and the High Victorian Era, when the foundations of modern-day capitalism and global trade were established. It includes unique material at the Senate House Library, University of London, that was not previously available; subsequent library acquisitions have broadened the scope of the Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature beyond economics. The core of the collection--1850s-1890--offers rich content in the high Victorian period, the apogee of the British Empire. It is especially strong in "grey literature" and nonmainstream materials rarely preserved by libraries--including pamphlets, plans, ephemera, and private collections.
language note
In English and many other languages.
catalogue key
13215010

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