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Financial History 135

(Fall 2020)

Published on in “History, Business”, language — English. 48 pages.
This issue features “Free (Business) People of Color: Antebellum Black Business Owners in New Orleans and Charleston,” “The Money Hackers: How Venmo Became a Verb,” “The Socialist Orphanage,” “JPMorgan’s Transformation: The Past, Present and Future of America’s Largest Financial Institution,” “Federal Land Grants in the 19th Century,” “White Shoe: New High Priests for a New Century” and “Where Are They Now? Howard, Weil, Labouisse, Friedrichs & Co.” More
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