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Published by Little Brown & Co (1974)
Connecting readers with great books since 1972. Used books may not include companion materials, some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include cdrom or access codes. Customer service is our top priority!. Little Brown & Co, 1974. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st.
Published by W. W. Norton & Co, New York (1989)
Paperback with one or two instances of minor shelfwear on exterior; pages are clean and sound. TS. W. W. Norton & Co, New York, 1989. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Used.
Published by Boston-Toronto: Little, Brown c. 1974. (1974)
Ex-lib. with end-page & DJ spine marks. VG, Hardbaack set; text unmarked; DJ's - VG, taped in. xviii + 286; xi + 267 pp. Boston-Toronto: Little, Brown c. 1974., 1974.
Published by Little, Brown, Boston (1974)
8vo, pp. xviii, 286. Index. Illustrated with graphs. Some marking, mostly in margins, top edge slightly spotted, o/w a nice copy in chipped and scuffed dj. Little, Brown, Boston, 1974. First Edition.
Published by Little, Brown & Co. (1974)
London, 1974; brown cloth covered boards; mild edge wear; corners bumped; discoloration on covers and bottom of fore-edge; glossy illustrated jacket with edge and corner wear; 8vo, 7 3/4" to 9 3/4" tall; interior is clean and unmarked; Previous owner's name on ffep; 286 pages. Little, Brown & Co., 1974. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good.
Published by Little, Brown and Company (1974)
Ex-library book, usual markings. Hardback with dust cover. Clean text, sound binding. Quick dispatch from UK seller. Little, Brown and Company, 1974. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Good. 2nd.
Published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Massachusetts (1974)
2 vols. Vol 1: The Economics of American Negro Slavery. 286 pp. Vol 2: Evidence and Methods, A Supplement. 267 pp. White endpapers. Brown cloth with gilt titles. Corners lightly bumped. Brown illustrated DJs, not price-clipped. Small chips and wear along the edges. Both vols: VG+/VG-. Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 1974. First Edition.
Published by University of California, Berkeley (1975)
Southern Economic History Project / Working Paper Series / Working Paper Number 14 / Institute of Business and Economic Research, University of California, Berkeley. - 4to. - (4),149,59,8 pp. - Publisher's stiff beige printed wrappers (front cover with a long crease, else fine). - Mimeographed typescript. - With a 19-page bibliography. - The chapter headings are: 1. Punishments. 2. Occupations. 3. Shelter, Clothing and Health. 4. Food: Quantity and Variety. 5. Diet: Calories and Nutrition. 6. Slave Trading and the Slave Family. 7. The Sexual Life of Slaves. 8. "Time on the Cross": A Judgment. 9. Addendum - The Nutritional Adequacy of Slave Diet: A Response. - - Highly critical of the books "Time on the Cross: The Economics of Amercan Negro Slavery", and "Time on the Cross: Evidence and Methods--A Supplement", both by Robert William Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman, and both published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1974. Sutch charges (p. 123 and on) these authors with "distortion of the evidence", and in the section entitled "From Punisments to Pork to Prostitutes", with "faulty procedures", "reported on the provisions of the most generous slave masters and compared them with the conditions of the most impoverished free laborers", "miscounted the whippings on Barrow's plantation", and so on. University of California, Berkeley, 1975. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good.
Published by Little Brown & Co., Boston, MA (1974)
Two volume set. Vol. I: xviii, 286 pages of text including an index. Hardcover binding in almost new condition. The unclipped dustjacket has a few tiny tears and creases; protected in archival mylar. Inscribed and signed by Robert William Fogel to Theodore W. Schultz (1902-1998). Schultz was the winner of the 1979 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences jointly with W. A. Lewis. Fogel was awarded the 1993 Nobel Prize in Economics jointly with Douglass C. North. The inscription reads "To T. W. Schultz With deep appreciation for your many helpful comments and criticisms on the book and for all you have done to make the Economic History Workshop the exciting intellectual forum that it has been during the past several years. Affectionately, Bob. Chicago August 8, 1974." The text is clean and unmarked. First edition. Vol. II: xii, 267 pages of text. Hardcover binding with minimal shelfwear and several spots of discoloration to the bottom edge of the boards. The unclipped dustjacket has numerous small tears and creases, has moderate sunning, and is overall shelfworn; protected in archival mylar. Contains the autograph of Fogel, signed in blue ink on a piece of paper a little smaller than the size of a business card, which has been laid-in on the front endpaper. The autograph reads "R.W. Fogel" under which he has written "Jan. 1978." Two tiny spots of discoloration on a front endpaper, and the previous owner's name (a Fogel family member) on the front endpaper. The text is otherwise clean and unmarked. First edition. Little Brown & Co., Boston, MA, 1974. Hardcover. Condition: Near fine condition. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good+ condition (DJ). First Edition. Signed by Author(s).
Published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston (1974)
First edition of this work which attracted widespread attention in the media and generated heated controversy and criticism for its methodology and conclusions. Octavo, original brown cloth, 2 volumes. Both volumes are inscribed by both authors to the same recipient. Volume one is near fine in a near fine dust jacket with light wear to the spine tips. Volume two is near fine in a fine dust jacket. Jacket design by Sarah L. Bindari. Fogel and Engerman's groundbreaking books reexamined the economic foundations of American slavery, marking "the start of a new period of slavery scholarship and some searching revisions of a national tradition" (C. Vann Woodward, New York Review of Books). Little, Brown and Company, Boston, 1974.