4 edition of Jay Cooke found in the catalog.
Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||668|
From to Jay Cooke () was the outstanding merchant banker in the United States. During the Civil War he made possible the sale at par of hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of Union government bonds to the American public. Born at Sandusky, Ohio, on Aug. 12, , Jay Cooke was the son of a frontier lawyer and politician. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Larson, Henrietta M. (Henrietta Melia). Jay Cooke. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press,
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Jay Cooke was one of the wealthiest tycoons during the Civil War era through working with the US Government. Interestingy, the Civil War era is when the Five Laws of Decline (FLD) began its massive growth in the US federal government. Understanding the FLD and the SDS is my next book project for LIFE is the early story for Jay Cooke's rise from Murray . The Jay Cooke Elementary School in the Logan section of the city bares his name and further away near Duluth, Minnesota lies the jewel of state parks: The Jay Cooke State Park, originated from land donated by the Northern Pacific Railroad, which Cooke owned. However, the Cooke Castle in Ohio is the ultimate; Cooke constructed the many room Burial: Saint Paul's Episcopal Churchyard, Elkins .
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Highway Carlton, MN [email protected] The park office is typically open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. There may be times the office will be closed if staff are unavailable. The Jay Cooke State Park Office will be closed Nov.
for inventory. Purchase a gift card. Purchase a Parks Permit. Purchase approved firewood. Cooke was born on Augin Sandusky, Ohio. He was named for John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court.
His father, Eleutheros Cooke, was an attorney, railroad investor, and real estate speculator. Jay Cooke attended local schools in Sandusky, Ohio. At the age of fourteen, Cooke became a clerk in a local store. Such is the case with John Lubetkin's Jay Cooke's Gamble. As the book's subtitle describes, who would have thought Sitting Bull directly contributed to a severe US financial panic.
But that is exactly what happened: Jay Cooke's Northern Pacific Railroad touched off a Sioux War that caused the Panic of Cited by: This book is the first volume of a biography of Civil War financier and railroad magnate Jay Cooke.
Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review. Jay Cooke's Gamble book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. InJay Cooke, the brilliant but idiosyncratic American bank /5. View the profiles of people named Jay Cooke.
Join Facebook to connect with Jay Cooke and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share. Jay Cooke, (born Aug. 10,Sandusky, Ohio, U.S.—died Feb. 18,Ogontz, Pa.), American financier and fund-raiser for the federal government during the American Civil War. At 18 Cooke entered the Philadelphia banking house of E.W.
Clark and Co., and three years later he became a member of the firm. In he opened his own banking house in Philadelphia and. Jay Cooke State Park, Carlton: Address, Phone Number, Jay Cooke State Park Reviews: //5(). Jay Cooke: Financier of the Civil War, Volume 2 Jay Cooke: Financier of the Civil War, Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer: Author: Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer: Publisher: G.W.
Jacobs & Company, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Such is the case with John Lubetkin's Jay Cooke's Gamble. As the book's subtitle describes, who would have thought Sitting Bull directly contributed to a severe US financial panic.
But that is exactly what happened: Jay Cooke's Northern Pacific Railroad touched off a Sioux War that caused the Panic of /5(15). Cooke quickly proved his worth working for the company and after just four years was offered the position of partner. After the company went bankrupt following the financial panic of Cooke set out on his own and started Jay Cooke & Company inwhich was also a banking and financing operation.
Buy Jay Cooke, financier of the Civil War. by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $25 - $ M. John Lubetkin, is a retired cable television executive and the author of Before Custer: Surveying the Yellowstone; Custer and the Yellowstone Survey; Jay Cooke’s Gamble: The Northern Pacific Railroad, the Sioux, and the Panic ofwinner of the Little Big Horn Associates John M.
Carroll Award (Book of the Year) and a Spur Award for Best Brand: University of Oklahoma Press. This book is the first volume of a biography of Civil War financier and railroad magnate Jay Cooke. Biographies & Memoirs Global Nav Open Menu Global Nav Close Menu.
Jay Cooke Biography Birth: Aug Died: Febru Union Civil War Financier, Jay Cooke was born in Sandusky, Ohio.
The family estate was named Ogontz in honor of an Indian chief who once lived on the same land. The limestone dwelling overlooked Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie. Jay’s father, Eleutheros Cooke, a lawyer, and mother Martha Caswell, were.
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Now they are next door. Start fresh in the morning with the amazing views from your balcony. Then hop on any number of tour buses and take postcard-worthy pictures of the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cooke, Jay, Journal of Jay Cooke; or, The Gibraltar records, Columbus, O., Ohio State University.
Jay Cooke State Park East Highway Carlton, MN () (Phone) View Website Send Email Book Now. From the town of Carlton go 3 miles east on State Highway Get Directions Videos. About. Hike the historic Grand Portage of the St Louis River. Peer over the swinging bridge at the dramatic rocky river gorge below or pause Location: East HighwayCarlton,MN.
Both the book’s “Preface” and the accompanying publisher’s brochure explain how Lubetkin, a retired cable television executive, came to write Jay Cooke’s Gamble and it is a story that gives hope to cynical college professors.
The author, as an undergraduate at Union College in the s, found in his fraternity house a book about the. Hikers and backpackers, Jay Cooke State Park Summer Campground is a great place to set up camp for the night.
Many trails in the park link to the renowned Willard Munger State Trail, accessible whether you’re traveling by boot, mountain bike, horse, or even skis!%(12).
The Jay Cooke days of Gibraltar Island are described in the attachment “Gibraltar in Jay Cooke’s Time,” which gives excerpts from the Journal of Jay Cooke or The Gibraltar Records by James E.
Pollard. After Jay Cooke’s death, his oldest daughter, Laura Cooke Barney, inherited the island and for some many summers she went there.Decade of American Finance by Jay Cooke in NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW, November Jay Cooke Federal Finances in NEW ERA, February Jay Cooke Speech to the Firelands Historical Society in FIRELANDS PIONEER, December 1, GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK, January-June GRAHAM'S LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, LADIES .Jay Cooke’s Gamble: The Northern Pacific Railroad, the Sioux, and the Panic of M.
John Lubetkin, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman,$ Before the Northern Pacific Railroad, nearly all of financier Jay Cooke’s investments—some .