|Author:||Stephanie Jones,John Armstrong|
|Title:||Business Documents: Their Origins, Sources and Uses in Historical Research|
|Format:||mobi mbr lrf lit|
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|Category:||Business and Finance|
|Publisher:||Mansell; 1st Edition edition (February 1, 1987)|
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ISBN 9780720118469 (978-0-7201-1846-9) Hardcover, Mansell, 1987. Church Endowment: A Sermon Preached At Clifton Church (1839). Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
John Armstrong and Stephanie Jones. Company financial statements as source material for business historians', Business History 22(2), 1980, 203-35. Campbell and P. Mathias (eds), Business History (London: The Historical Association, 1960). 'Helps for Students of History' no 59). .
Gordon Boyce and Simon Ville, The development of modern business (2002). Francis Goodall, Bibliography of British business histories (1987). DJ Jeremy (ed), Dictionary of business biography (5 vols, 1984-1986). John Orbell, A Guide to Tracing the History of a Business (1987). Eric D Probert, Company and Business Records for Family Historians (Federation of Family History Societies 1994).
The past is very much alive, and very much in and of the present. Without history, individuals and collectives alike find great difficulties in relating to others, in finding their bearings, in making intelligent decisions (Marwick, 2001). History is written by people with conscious and unconscious agendas. This was encapsulated by Carr (1961) in his succinct but highly influential book that offered a response to the question ‘What is History?’ He took issue with any simplistic empiricism, opening the door for what has been termed constructivist or perspectival history, or even histories.
Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers. My first book, They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South, is a regional study that draws upon formerly enslaved people's testimony to dramatically reshape current understandings of white women's economic relationships to slavery. The book is based on my revised dissertation, which won the Organization of American Historians' 2013 Lerner-Scott Prize for the best doctoral dissertation in .
Blest Winter Nights (from the Art of Preserving Health) By John Armstrong Contributor role: Author Included in: The Oxford Book of Eighteenth Century Verse The Clarendon Press, 1926. A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. Common types of primary sources include works of literature, historical documents, original philosophical writings, and religious texts.
Again, with some exceptions, these two groups tend to present their work at different academic conferences and publish in different journals. Throughout this chapter. we’ll focus mostly, but not exclusively, on the work of marketing historians publishing in marketing periodicals as well as books.
Fred Morrow Fling, Outline of Historical Method (New York, Burt Franklin, 1971). David Hackett Fischer, Historians Fallacies: Towards a Logic of Historical Though (San Francisco, Harper & Row, 1970). Further Reading on the Philosophy of History: John Cannon, e. The Historian at Work (London, George Allen & Unwin, 1980). Patrick Gardiner, Theories of History (New York, The Free Press, 1959). All of these sources have their limitations. Nevertheless, South African government, provincial, municipal and other sources are reasonably reliable. In using them to check our own work we found them generally reliable.
Cantwell, John . Rutgers Business School: Graduate Course in History of International Business. 34. Jörgensen, Hans, Magnus Bohman & Jonatan Svanlund, University of Umeå: 2EH012, International Economic History. in Historical Perspective: a book of essays (1962), pp. 5-51 and 353-64.