Brief profiles of banks and companies whose original identities have been lost through merger, acquisition, dissolution, bankruptcy, or name change since 1927. Each company listing indicates how the company became obsolete, the new name of the company (if any), and the date the action occurred. When possible, an indication is made if the stock still has some value.
Old mining companies and their stock certificates.
Bankruptcy Yearbook and Almanac
This annual includes statistics and details concerning corporate bankruptcies. Data covers current and historical bankruptcies; corporate restructuring and defaults; and some international bankruptcy data and analysis.
"This listing is not meant to be all-inclusive, but rather to provide a starting point for the exploration of business and economic history materials available on the Web." Topics included are Meta-Lists, Organizations, Email Lists, Blogs, Journals, Magazines, Book Series, Prizes, Grants, Centers, Working Papers, Museums, Archives, Libraries, Audio-Visual, Documents, Data Sets, Web Exhibits, Special Topics, Tools, and Consulting Firms.
Current print and ebooks on corporation, trade, commerce, and business history. Browse to see if something interest you or limited results by company name, country, industry, or other limits by clicking on Modify Search in upper left of screen.
"Hagley Museum and Library collects, preserves, and interprets the unfolding history of American enterprise. Hagley's library furthers the study of business and technology in America. The collections include individuals' papers and companies' records ranging from eighteenth-century merchants to modern telecommunications and illustrate the impact of the business system on society." Some of their collections have been digitized and available from your computer.
Primary index to research in American and Canadian history, including social and cultural history. Includes abstracts (summaries) of journal articles. Limit by language, time period, and document type (articles, collections of articles, books, and dissertations).
Join others, "H-Business is the discussion network for the Business History Conference, an international organization devoted to the study of business enterprise and organization and of all aspects of the interactions of business with society, government, and culture in a historical context. "
"The Chronicles is the periodic publication of the Economic and Business History Research Center (EBHRC) of The American University in Cairo (AUC).It encourages an interdisciplinary understanding of the economic and business history of Egypt and the Middle East, encompassing social, anthropological and political dimensions. Our articles draw on, but are not limited to, the primary sources available at EBHRC, including oral narratives and private papers. The Chronicles creates a forum for the dissemination of knowledge. It is a space for research in the making, a venue for the work of young scholars, and a brainstorming platform among academics."
Fully searchable complete facsimile edition of The Economist from 1843 to 2006. Includes full-color images, multiple search indexes, topic and area supplements and surveys, a gallery of front covers and a selection of exportable financial tables.
Published in Baltimore, Washington, and Philadelphia, with national readership, the Register was an influential, widely read newsweekly. Extensive coverage of major business developments of the era: the earliest railroads; the Erie Canal and the canal-building boom that followed; the introduction of the steam engine and steam boats; slavery and abolitionism; the Bank of the United States; the financial crises of 1817 and 1837; and the US tariff, nullification, and the growth of American manufacturing.
Other coverage of major developments of the era: the War of 1812; the Napoleonic Wars; the Holy Alliance; Indian wars in the United States; the revolutions of 1820, 1830, and 1848; the Mexican-American War and more.
Provides electronic access to all issues of Harper's Weekly (including all illustrations and advertisements) published between 1857 (first issue) and 1912, with the capacity to browse or search by date, by literary genre, and by a person's occupation. Provides four topical indexes: subject, illustrations, literature & publishing, and advertising.
The 1,280 images in this collection have been selected from a wide range of sources, most of them dating from the period of slavery. This collection is envisioned as a tool and a resource that can be used by teachers, researchers, students, etc.
The library of the New-York Historical Society holds among its many resources a substantial collection of manuscript materials documenting American slavery and the slave trade in the Atlantic world. The fourteen collections on this web site are among the most important of these manuscript collections. They consist of diaries, account books, letter books, ships’ logs, indentures, bills of sale, personal papers, and records of institutions.
Slavery and Anti-Slavery includes documents from the United States and Europe, as well as other parts of the world. In addition to newspaper collections and books published in the antebellum era, Slavery and Anti-Slavery contains documents from several archives originally available only on microfilm.
Digital reproductions of every page of significant English- and foreign-language titles printed in Great Britain during the 18th century, along with thousands of important works from the Americas and elsewhere. Searches the full text of books, pamphlets, essays, and other non-periodical materials including the complete works of major 18th-century writers.
Covers the fields of history, literature, language, religion, social sciences, philosophy, law, geography, fine arts, science, and medicine. Cross-searchable with Early English Books Online (EEBO).
A multi-year global digitization and publishing program focusing on primary source collections of the nineteenth century, including a variety of material types--monographs, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts, ephemera, maps, statistics, and more--in one cross-searchable location.
The Cross-National Time-Series (CNTS) Data Archive is a longitudinal national data series and provides ranges of annual data from 1815 to the present for all countries with many variables of use to the social scientist researcher. General categories include demographic, social, political, and economic topics.