Harvard Studies in Urban History

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Cover: Urban Growth and City-Systems in the United States, 1840–1860Urban Growth and City-Systems in the United States, 1840–1860Pred, Allan R.HARDCOVER12/04/1980$71.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Town into City: Springfield, Massachusetts, and the Meaning of Community, 1840–1880Town into City: Springfield, Massachusetts, and the Meaning of Community, 1840–1880Frisch, Michael H.PAPERBACK03/15/1980$41.00
Cover: Natives and Newcomers: The Ordering of Opportunity in Mid-Nineteenth-Century PoughkeepsieNatives and Newcomers: The Ordering of Opportunity in Mid-Nineteenth-Century PoughkeepsieGriffen, Clyde
Griffen, Sally
E-DITION05/19/1978$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Urban Growth and the Circulation of Information: The United States System of Cities, 1790–1840Urban Growth and the Circulation of Information: The United States System of Cities, 1790–1840Pred, Allan R.E-DITION01/01/1973$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: The City in the Ancient WorldThe City in the Ancient WorldHammond, MasonE-DITION01/01/1972$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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