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Technology and Urban Growth, edited by Blaine Brownell, Donald T. Critchlow, Mark S. Foster, Joel Tarr, and Mark Rose, focuses on the relationships between urban growth and change and developments in technological fields such as transport, utilities, and housing and office construction.

Christopher Armstrong, H. V. Nelles: Monopolys Moment
 
Monopoly's Moment
The Organization and Regulation of Canadian Utilities, 1830-1930

Armstrong, Christopher and H. V. Nelles

384 pp • Spring 1986
cloth 0-87722-404-8
EAN 978-0-87722-404-4

Donald Finlay Davis: Conspicuous Production
 
Conspicuous Production
Automobiles and Elites in Detroit, 1899-1933

Davis, Donald Finlay

320 pp • Fall 1988
cloth 0-87722-549-4
EAN 978-0-87722-549-2


 
Constructing the Urban Culture
American Cities and City Planning, 1800-1920

Schultz, Stanley K.

400 pp • Spring 1989
cloth 0-87722-587-7
EAN 978-0-87722-587-4

Joel A. Tarr, Gabriel Dupuy: Technology and the Rise of the Networked City in Europe and America
 
Technology and the Rise of the Networked City in Europe and America
edited by Tarr, Joel A. and Gabriel Dupuy

360 pp • Fall 1988
cloth 0-87722-540-0
EAN 978-0-87722-540-9


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