3 edition of Railroads and aspects of social change in Senegal, 1878-1933 found in the catalog.
Railroads and aspects of social change in Senegal, 1878-1933
Paul Edward Pheffer
Written in English
|Statement||Paul Edward Pheffer.|
|Series||Sahel, documents and dissertations -- SG 104.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liii, 540 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||540|
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Get this from a library. Railroads and aspects of social change in Senegal, [Paul Edward Pheffer]. Recommended Citation. 1878-1933 book PHEFFER, PAUL EDWARD, "Railroads and Aspects of Social Change in Senegal, " (). Publicly Accessible Penn by: 5.
RAILROADS AND ASPECTS OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN SENEGAL, PAUL EDWARD PHEFFER, University of Pennsylvania. Abstract. Abstract not available.
Subject Area. History. Recommended Citation. PHEFFER, PAUL EDWARD, "RAILROADS AND ASPECTS OF SOCIAL CHANGE IN SENEGAL, " (). Dissertations available from ProQuest. AAICited by: 5. railroads and aspects of social change in senegal, By PAUL EDWARD PHEFFER Topics: History, GeneralAuthor: PAUL EDWARD PHEFFER.
Railroads and Aspects of Social Change in Senegal, it also proved possible to gather abundant material for the broader theme of the social impact of the railroad in Senegal, on trade patterns, on labor, and on land— sufficient material at the end of a two-year sojourn in Senegal to write a dissertation regardless of the Author: PAUL EDWARD PHEFFER.
Pheffer, "Railroads and Aspects of Social Change in Senegal, –," "Le chemin de fer du Soudan," BCAF VI, no. 11 (): – The construction of the Mahina bridge occurred in the heart of the African continent approximately one thousand kilometers from the.
Railroads and Aspects of Social Change in Senegal, for the broader theme of the social impact of the railroad in Senegal, on trade patterns, on labor, and on land— sufficient. The book makes a case not only for social toleration, but for a deep pluralism that both values and celebrates difference.
Railroads and Aspects of Social Change in Senegal, (en) Paul Edward Pheffer, Railroads and Aspects of Social Change in Senegal,Philadelphie, University of Pennsylvania,p. (Thèse) (fr) Corinne L. Benveniste, Les relations Dakar - Saint-Louis.
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Prior toapproximat miles of track had been laid. Between andanothermiles were added to the nation's growing railroad system. Much of the growth can be attributed to. Before I read this book, my only exposure to and knowledge of the history of Afro-Americans working for the railroads was from two excellent books "Steel Drivin' Man: John Henry, the Untold Story of an American Legend by Scott Reynolds Nelson" and "Rising from the Rails: Pullman Porters and the Making of the Black Middle Class by Larry Tye Reviews: Steamboat and railroad tycoon; laid thousands of miles of railroad track and established standard gauge for railroads.
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I’m currently reading a book Blood, Iron and Gold by Christian Wolmar about how railways transformed the world. This interesting extract from the political economist Friedrich List, explains some of the economic benefits of railways: “Railways would carry wood, turf and coal at less than half the present costs.
Pheffer, P. E. () 'Railroads and aspects of social change in Senegal, '. PhD thesis, University of Pennsylvania. Republique du Senegal () Livre blanc sur le coup d'etat manque du 19 au 20 aout et la proclamation de l'independance du Senegal. Dakar: Ministere de l'Information de la Presse et de la Radiodiffusion.Railroads and the Making of Modern America seeks to use the digital medium to investigate, represent, and analyze this social change and document episodes of the railroad's social consequence.
Over the coming months the project team will add documents and visual materials on key subject areas we are currently investigating.In the s, West Indians worked on the Panama railroad. In the s, at le workers—mostly Jamaicans—were involved in the French attempt to build the Panama Canal, while Cuban cigar workers migrated with their factories to Key West and Tampa, Florida.