Makers of Fortune: A Colonial Business Community and Its Fall
Auckland University Press, 1973 - 240 من الصفحات
So many businesses rose and fell in 19th-century Auckland that the city was called a graveyard of enterprise. Through contemporary newspapers and business and legal records Dr Stone has traced a story of the fates of individual industries, firms and entrepreneurs.
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