EHA Newsletter


No. 24 (November 2000) Economic History Association, University of Kansas, Department of Economics, 213G Summerfield Hall, Lawrence, Kansas, 66045,

2001 EHA Meeting

Philadelphia PA

The 2001 Economic History Association meeting will be held September 14-16 at the Loews Hotel, Philadelphia, PA. Registration materials will be sent to EHA members in late May 2001.

        Again this year there will be substantial discounts for graduate students.  All faculty are encouraged to inform their graduate students of these offers! Graduate students receive a 50 percent discount on the registration fee, a free one-year subscription to the JEH, discounted hotel rates, and a 75 percent discount on group meals.  Special gatherings for graduate students are in the works!

        Faculty! To help pay for all these subsidies, we will be offering you the option to “Treat a graduate student to lunch” or to “dinner”.  Please plan now to include a little extra in your registration check.

        For more information, check the web site:  Otherwise, you may contact the Meetings Coordinator Martha Olney, EHA Annual Meetings Office, Department of Economics, University of California, 549 Evans Hall, #3880, Berkeley, CA 94720-3880.  E-mail: molney@  Fax: (510) 527-4558.  Website:


Call for Proposals

        The theme of the program is Finance and Economic Modernization.  The 2001 Meeting theme encourages fresh examinations of the relationships between financial developments and economic modernization throughout history.

        The program committee consists of Co-Chair Angela Redish, Co-Chair Hugh Rockoff, Ann Carlos and John James.  The committee especially encourages proposals for papers and sessions that address questions such as: how strong is the finance-modernization nexus? can some types of financial development be detrimental to economic stability and growth?  and, how confident are we that causality runs from good financial arrangements to economic modernization, rather than the reverse? The committee welcomes proposals for entire sessions as well as for individual papers.  The former should include proposals for each paper in the session.  The committee reserves the right to determine which papers will be presented in those sessions that are accepted.  Papers for sessions that were not accepted may be incorporated into other panels.

To propose a paper, send three copies of a 3-5 page abstract and a 150 word abstract suitable for publication in the Journal of Economic History to Angela Redish, Department of Economics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CANADA V6T 1W5, or Hugh Rockoff, Department of Economics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 08903, by Friday, January 29, 2001.  Proposals may also be submitted by using the form available from the EHA website:  If a draft of the paper is available, it should be sent in addition to the abstracts.  Notices of acceptance will be sent by March 30, 2000.  Angela Redish and Hugh Rockoff may be contacted for more information at and


Call for Dissertations

        Those who expect to receive their Ph.D. in the academic year 2000/2001 are invited to apply for inclusion in the dissertation session at the 2001 annual meeting.  Dissertations on U.S. or Canadian history chosen for presentation at the meetings will be finalists for the Allan Nevins Prize.  Such dissertations should be sent to Howard Bodenhorn, Department of Economics, Lafayette College, Easton, PA 18042-1776.

        Dissertations on areas of the world other than the United States or Canada will be eligible for the Alexander Gerschenkron Prize.  Such dissertations should be sent to Alan Dye, Department of Economics, Barnard College, New York, NY, 10027.

        Applicants must send a copy of the dissertation to the appropriate convener no later than Monday, May 31, 2001. Those chosen for the session will each receive a Finalist’s Award of $250.


2001 Annual Meeting Prizes

Gyorgy Ranki Prize

        The Gyorgy Ranki Prize, established for the outstanding book in the economic history of Europe (including the British Isles and Russia) will be presented at the annual meeting.  This $1,100 prize is awarded biennially and alternates with the Alice Hanson Jones Prize for a book in North American economic history.  The 2001 Gyorgy Ranki Prize will be awarded for a book published in 1999 or 2000.

        Eligibility and Nominations: Only books published in English during 1999 or 2000 are eligible for the 2001 prize.  The author need not be a member of the Association.  Authors, publishers, or anyone else may nominate books.  Send a copy of the book, plus a curriculum vitae of the author(s), with current information about addresses and telephone numbers, to each member of the committee listed below.  The deadline for submission is March 1, 2001.  The Ranki Prize Committee members are: Peter Solar, 89 rue J-B Colyns 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium; John Lampe, University of Maryland, Department of History, College Park, MD 20742; John McKay, 309 Gregory Hall, 810 S Wright, Urbana, IL 61801; Nathan Sussman, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 91905, ISRAEL; and Maristella Botticini, Boston University, 270 Bay State Rd, Boston MA, 02215. 

        Authors! Be sure your publisher nominates your book.

Jonathan Hughes Prize

        The Jonathan Hughes Prize will be awarded to recognize excellence in teaching economic history.  The prize includes a $1,100 award.  The winner will be selected by the EHA Committee on Education and Teaching.  The basic requirement for nomination is a statement on how the nominee has exemplified excellence in the teaching of economic history.  Nomination letters should be sent to Kyle Kauffman, Wellesley College, Wellesely MA 02181, and a copy sent to the EHA office at the University of Kansas.  For more information contact Kyle Kaufmann at  Deadline for nominations is Feburary 1, 2001.


Report on the 2000

Annual Meeting

      Abstracts of all papers presented at the meeting, along with email links to the authors, are available at

Alice Hanson Jones Prize

        The Alice Hanson Jones Prize for an outstanding book in North American economic history was awarded to Dora Costa for The Evolution of Retirement: An American Economic History, 1880-1990. (Chicago, 1998)

Allan Nevins Prize

     The conveners of the 2000 dissertation session selected William J. White to receive the Nevins Prize for his dissertation  "An Unsung Hero: The Farm Tractor's Contribution to Twentieth-Century United States Economic Growth,” completed at Ohio State University.                

Alexander Gerschenkron Prize

        The committee awarded the Gerschenkron Prize to Aurora Gomez-Galvarriato Freer "The Impact of Revolution: Business and Labor in the Mexican Textile Industry, Orizaba, Veracruz, 1900-1930," completed at Harvard University.

Jonathan Hughes Prize for Teaching Excellence

      The Committee on the Teaching of Economic History awarded the Hughes Prize to Jeffrey Williamson of Harvard University.

Arthur H. Cole Prize

        The Cole Prize for best article published in the Journal of Economic History was awarded to Allan Taylor and Gerardo della Paolera for "Economic Recovery from the Argentine Great Depression: Institutions, Expectations, and the Change of Macroeconomic Regime" published in the September 1999 issue.


Teaching Breakfast 2000

        The Teaching Breakfast, held at 7:00am on Sunday, September 10th, focused on the use of data sets in research projects undertaken for American economic history courses. Michael R. Haines discussed his use of and experience with data sources in papers assigned to his students in a senior seminar. Mike provided participants with an inventory of data sets available either on-line or through the ICPSR. Questions and added comments from attendees along with Mike's presentation made for a profitable early morning session.


Election Results

        Richard Sylla, New York University was chosen President-Elect.  Richard Steckel, Ohio State University was elected Vice President, and Ken Sokoloff, UCLA, was elected Trustee.



Arthur H. Cole Grants-in-Aid

     The Committee on Research in Economic History awards Arthur H. Cole grants-in-aid to support research in economic history, regardless of time period or geographic area.  Awards typically are in amounts up to $1,500, although higher amounts may be awarded in exceptional cases.  To apply: seven copies of applications are due by April 1, 2001.  Applications should be sent to Professor Kerry Odell at Department of Economics, Scripps College, 1030 Columbia Ave., Claremont, CA, 91711.  

     Applications must include a description of the project (no longer than five pages); a curriculum vita; and a project budget.  Applicants must be members of the Association and must hold the Ph.D. degree.  Preference is given to recent Ph.D. recipients.

        This year, the Committee made awards to the following : A. Glenn Crothers, Indiana University Southeast, "Public Culture and Economic Liberalism in Early National Virginia."; Siddharth Chandra, University of Pittsburgh, "Opium Consumption in the Netherlands Indies." ; and C. U. Uche, Enugu, Nigeria, "Central Banking in a War Economy."




'The Library Company

The Library Company of Philadelphia's Program in Early American Economy and Society made awards for outstanding articles in early American economic history published during 1999 to the following:  Peter Mancall and Thomas Weiss, "Was Economic Growth Likely in Colonial British North America?" Journal of Economic History, 59 (March 1999), 17-40; Lance Davis and Stanley Engerman, "The Economy of British North America: Miles Traveled, Miles Still to Go," William and Mary Quarterly, 56 (January 1999), 9-22; and Robert Wright, "Bank Ownership and Lending Patterns in New York and Pennsylvania, 1781-1831," Business History Review, 73 (Spring 1999), 40-60.


Joint Membership Fees

        Our agreement continues with the Economic History Society (U.K.) to offer joint memberships to EHA and EHS at discounted rates for 2001.  The student/emeritus rate will be $47.00; regular rates for members with annual incomes under $40,000 will be $57.00, and those with incomes over $40,000 will pay $72.00.  These bargain rates remain unchanged from last year.


Cliometric Society

        Additional information on the following announcements can be obtained from The Cliometric Society, Campus Box 8110, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8110, USA, phone: 919-513-2870, fax: 919-515-5613, email: or

2001 Cliometrics Conference

      The annual Cliometrics Conference in 2001 will be held Friday, May 18 through Sunday, May 20 in Tucson, Arizona.  The deadline for proposals and requests to attend the meetings is February 1, 2001.  Those wishing to present a paper should provide a 3 to 5 page summary of the proposed paper.  Paper presenters and those wishing to attend should provide their addresses, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses.  Those presenting papers will be notified by March 1, 2001 and are expected to provide a completed draft of the paper in the proper format for the conference volume by April 2, 2001.  We prefer that applicants submit their materials using the application form at the following website:  Proposals may also be sent via post to: Lanna Miller, Cliometrics Conference Secretary, Department of Economics, University of Arizona,

Tucson, AZ 85721 (phone: 520-621-2821), or via fax in care of Lanna Miller at 520-621-8450.




                  Economic History Services Website

         Visit the EH.Net Economic History Services web site for more information on the topics that follow and to locate other resources. (US); (Europe); (Japan).

Graduate Program Directory

         EH.Net has created a directory of graduate programs in economic history.  All US graduate programs in economics and history have been contacted and the directory will be updated as we receive responses.  In the future, graduate programs in the rest of the world will be surveyed.  For further information, or if your program is not currently listed, please contact 

Project 2000

        Each month during 2000, EH.NET has published a review essay on a significant work in twentieth-century economic history. The purpose of these essays has been to survey the works that have had the most influence on the field of economic history and to highlight the intellectual accomplishments of twentieth-century economic

historians. Each review essay outlines the work's argument and findings, discusses the author's methods and sources, and examines the impact that the work has had since its publication. The ever-growing collection can be found at


EHA Newsletter

        This issue and selected back issues are available on the EHA web site at http://www/




International Economic History Association

        Information about the XIII International Economic History Association Congress to be held in Buenos Aires in 2002 is on the Web:  There you will find the calls for session proposals and the deadlines for submission. For further information, please consult the main Congress page.









        The EHA is a member of the American Council of Learned Societies.  Information about fellowships and grants is posted on the EHA server.

        The ACLS website contains information about the ACLS and its publications and activities that might be of interest to you. (http:\\


American Historical Association

The 2002 meeting of the AHA will be held in San Francisco, January 3-6.  The theme of the program will be "Frontiers" and the planners hope to examine intellectual as well as physical and geographical borders.  The AHA is particularly interested in attracting senior scholars to the conference and encourages established leaders in the field of American History to create panels, offer papers, and comment on sessions.  Further information can be found in the September issue of Perspectives or from the AHA Office, at the following address:

2002 Materials


400 A St. SE Washington DC 20003-3889.


Research Fellowships

The Library Company

The Library Company of Philadelphia's Program in Early American Economy and Society invites applications for its three types of fellowship awards to be granted for research and scholarship during 2001-2002, as follows:

Four one-month fellowships that carry stipends of $1,600 each and are tenable from June 2001 to May 2002, available to scholars at all levels of research.

     One dissertation-level fellowship, tenable for nine consecutive months from September 1, 2001 to May 31, 2002, and carrying a stipend of $15,000.

     One advanced research fellowship, also tenable for nine consecutive months from September 1, 2001 to May 31, 2002,  and carrying a stipend of $30,000.

        These fellowships are designed to promote scholarship in early American economy and society, broadly defined, from its colonial beginnings to the 1850s. Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in the intellectual life of the Program in Early American Economy and Society and contribute to the Library Company's other scholarly activities.

     All applicants should submit four copies each of a curriculum vitae and a two- to four-page description of the proposed research. One-month fellowship applicants also need to send one letter of recommendation. Long-term fellowship applicants need to supply two letters of recommendation and a relevant writing sample of about 25 pages.

        Please send all materials to: Program in Early American Economy and Society, The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1314 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Application deadline is March 1, 2001. Reply date is April 15, 2001. For more information about PEAES and its fellowships, please contact Cathy Matson, Program Director, at or visit the website


The Berlin Prize Fellowships

The American Academy in Berlin invites applications and nominations for its Berlin Prize Fellowships for the 2001/2002 academic year.  Fellows are sought from many fields including history and economics.  Fellows are encouraged to take up an association with a Berlin institution such as a museum, library, archive or university.  Appointments are for citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are typically university faculty members, or professionals at early, mid-career or senior levels of achievement.  Benefits include a stipend of $15,000 - $25,000 per semester (depending on one’s level of attainment), round trip airfare, housing and partial board at the Hans Arnhold Center.

Inquiries and proposals are welcomed throughout the year, although the deadline for application is January 15, 2001.  Applicants or those nominating others should submit: a brief statement of the project or activity proposed with a title; a suggested concurrent institutional affiliation in Berlin; a curriculum vitae; a sample or samples of work (not to be returned), and the names of three referees who may be contacted by the selection committee.  Applications should be sent to:

The American Academy in Berlin

14 East 60th Street, Suite 604

New York, New York 10022

Tel.:  (212) 588 1755

Fax:  (212) 588 1758


Social Science Research Council

The International Migration Program of the Social Science Research Council announces a competition for fellowships to research international migration to the United States.

The goal is to foster innovative research that will advance theoretical and interdisciplinary understandings of a wide range of subjects including, but not limited to, the causes, processes, and patterns of migration and refugee flight; economic, political, social and cultural outcomes of immigrant and refugee settlement; and the transformative impact of migration on both immigrants, refugees, and native-born Americans.  Applicants are strongly encouraged to develop the theoretical implications of their research by adopting comparative area, group, and/or historical perspectives. 

Fellowships are available to support twelve months of dissertation or postdoctoral research and a summer dissertation workshop for students from minority backgrounds to develop research topics, methods, and proposals.  Deadline for submitting applications:  February 1, 2001.  For information regarding eligibility requirements & applications forms contact:

International Migration Program

Social Science Research Council

810 Seventh Avenue

New York, NY 10019 USA

Email:  migration  web:


EHA Sessions at ASSA

Owing to the good efforts of Claudia Goldin, the EHA has been authorized to organize not one but TWO sessions for the upcoming Allied Social Science Association meetings in New Orleans, January 5-7, 2001. The sessions are as follows:


1. Historical Evolution of US Labor Markets Friday, January 5, 2:30 PM (Marriott Balcony L)

Chair: Gavin Wright (Stanford)

Jeremy Atack (Vanderbilt), Fred Bateman (Georgia), and Robert A. Margo (Vanderbilt), "Rising Wage Dispersion in American Manufacturing, 1850 to 1850"

Joseph P. Ferrie (Northwestern), "The Poor and the Dead: Socioeconomic Status, Location and Mortality in the US, 1850-1860"

Joshua L. Rosenbloom (Kansas) amd William A. Sundstrom (Santa Clara), "Long Run Patterns of Migration in the United States"

 Discussants: Gavin Wright (Stanford), Dora Costa (MIT)

 2. Institutional Bases for the Modern Economic World

 Sunday, January 7, 10:15 AM (Marriott Balcony J)

 Chair: Eugene N. White (Rutgers)

 Cliff Bekar and Clyde Reed (Lewis and Clark), "Toward Resolving the Debate Over Open Fields"

 Avner Greif (Stanford), "On the History of the Institutional Foundations of Impersonal Exchange: From Communal to Individual Responsibility in Pre-Modern Europe"

 Philip T. Hoffman (Cal Tech), Gilles Postel-Vinay (INRA, LEA, and EHESS), and Jean-Laurent Rosenthal, "Intermediation and the Development of Financial Markets: Evidence from France 1807-1840"

 Discussants: Eugene N. White (Rutgers), Gary Richardson (UC-Riverside



News about the Journal

        We're currently putting the finishing touches on the December 2000 issue. That's volume 60, no. 4. The longevity of the JEH is due to both stability and change. Gavin Wright, new in July as the editor on the North American side, is perpetuating the long history of the highest standards while putting his own stamp on the journal. He has tapped Scott Wilson, the Associate Director of the Social Science History Institute, to give him a hand at Stanford. Correspondence for the North American Office should be sent to The Journal of Economic History; Social Science History Institute; Building 200, Room 3; Stanford University; Stanford, CA 94305-2024. Susan Isaac provides a little institutional history in her fifth year as assistant editor. Jan de Vries and Heath Pearson are taking their leadership role seriously, as Berkeley is now the senior editorial office. They've updated the style sheet to eliminate rules that had outlived their usefulness—some from the pre-computer era. The revised style sheet is available at (go to "Publications," then "The Journal of Economic History," then go to the last line on the page), or by e-mail from either of the editorial offices.

JSTOR Program

        Back issues of  the JEH are available in the JSTOR Archive at http:\\


Economic History Association

Financial Report, 1999-2000



Cambridge U. Press


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Interest & Dividends






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Market Value of Securities

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Committees 2000-2001

        The Committees listed below play an important role in the workings of the EHA. If you are interested in being considered for membership on a committee, or if you would like to recommend someone, please let the Executive Director know through the e-mail address:, or contact any other officer or member of the Board of Trustees.


EHA Officers and Board of Trustees, 2000-2001

President: Richard Sylla, New York University.

President-Elect: Peter Lindert, University of California, Davis

Vice President: Gary Libecap, University of Arizona

Trustees: Henry Gemery, Colby College, Elyce J. Rotella, University of Indiana, Ken Sokoloff, UCLA, and Lee Alston, University of Illinois.

Immediate Past Presidents: Claudia Goldin, Harvard, Larry Neal, University of Illinois, and Gavin Wright, Stanford University.  

Editors: Jan De Vries, University of California, Berkeley and Gavin Wright, Stanford University. 

IEHA Representative: Jeffrey G. Williamson, Harvard University.

Executive Director: Thomas Weiss, University

of Kansas. 

Meetings Coordinator (non-voting member): Martha L. Olney, University of California, Berkeley.


EHA Committees, 2000-2001

Executive Committee: Richard Sylla (President), Peter Lindert (President-Elect), Henry Gemery (Senior Trustee), Robert Zevin (Chair, Audit Committee), Thomas Weiss (Executive Director), Martha Olney (Meetings Coordinator).

Nominating:  Claudia Goldin, (Past President), Larry Neal, Chair  (Past Chair), Gary Libecap,  (Vice President), Knick Harley (2001), John Wallis (2001), Mary Yeager (2001), Thomas Weiss (non-voting, ex officio).

Membership: Lee Alston, Chair (2001), Fred Carstensen (2002), Rebecca Menes (2002) Thomas Weiss (ex officio), Peter Lindert  (ex officio).

Committee on Research in Economic History: Kerry Odell, Chair (2001), Dan Barbezat (2001), Caroline Fohlin (2002), Dora Costa (2002), Bill Collins, (2003), Steve Quinn, (2003), Thomas Weiss (ex officio).

Investment Committee: Robert Zevin, Chair (2001), Richard Sylla, (2001), Thomas Weiss (ex officio).

Audit Committee:Robert Zevin, Chair (2001), Dan Raff (2003), Gary Libecap (ex officio), Peter Lindert (ex officio).


Ranki Prize: Peter Solar, Chair (2001), John Lampe (2002), John McKay (2003), Nathan Sussman (2004), Maristella Botticini, (2005).

Jones Prize: Lou Cain, Chair (2001), Ann Carlos (2002), Sally Clarke (2003), Paul Rhode (2004), Lee Craig, (2005).

Standing Committee on Education in Economic History: Kyle Kauffman, Chair (2001), Sukkoo Kim (2002), Colleen Callahan (2003), Thomas Weiss (ex officio).

Standing Committee on Research Archives and Data Bases:,  Margaret Levenstein, Chair  (2001), Joseph Ferrie, (2002), Peter Rousseau (2003), Thomas Weiss (ex officio).

Standing Committee on the Journal of Economic History: Peter Lindert, Chair  (2001), Michael Edelstein (2002), Gary Libecap (2003), Joel Mokyr (2004), Gavin Wright, (advisor), Jan DeVries (advisor), Thomas Weiss (ex officio).

Standing Committee on EHA Administration:

Will Hausman, Chair (2001), Elyce Rotella (2002), Sam Williamson, (2003).

EHA Program Committee: Angela Redish, Co-chair (2001), Hugh Rockoff, Co-chair (2001), Ann Carlos (2001), John James (2001), Martha Olney (ex officio).

Dissertation Subcommittee: Alan Dye (American, 2001), Howard Bodenhorn (Elsewhere, 2001).

Local Arrangements Committee: Dan Raff, Co-chair (2001), Farley Grubb, Co-chair (2001), Lynn Hollen Lees (2001), Joe Mason (2001), Cathy Matson (2001), Robert E. Wright (2001), Martha Olney (ex officio).

Committee on Graduate Education in Economic History: Steve Haber Chair (2001), David Weiman (2002), Bob Margo (2003).


Representatives and Liaisons

International Economic History Association: Jeffrey Williamson (2001), Michael Bordo (2003).

American Council of Learned Societies:

Phil Hoffman  (2002).

National Bureau of Economic Research:

Gavin Wright (2001).

Allied Social Science Association:

Claudia Goldin (2001).

Cliometric Society:   Price Fishback (2001).

Business History Conference:

Edward Perkins (2001).

Social Science History Association:

Michael Haines (2001).

EH.NET: Anne McCants (2001), Jeremy Atack (2002).

American Historical Association:

Peter Coclanis (2001).

International Society for New Institutional Economics: John Nye (2001)

  Travel Grants  

Building Economic History Bridges between Japan and the United States


The EHA has received funding from the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission to provide short-term travel grants for three EHA members to go to Japan in the Summer or Fall of 2001.  Support will include round-trip airfare, State Department per diem, and payment for a Japanese student host.  Additional support may be provided by the Japanese host institution. 

        The intent of the program is to develop scholarly exchanges and broaden collegiality between economic historians in the United States and Japan. The precise purpose of the visit is open as long as it furthers scholarship in the field of economic history and involves a Japanese institution of higher education and its associated members. Applicants should ideally have a Japanese university, research institution, or individual invite them and host their visit.



Application Procedure: Applications, due February 14, 2001, must include: (1) a brief statement of purpose (about one single-spaced page) including why the visit would help build economic history bridges between Japan and the United States, (2) the name of the Japanese university or institution and/or individual who will host the visit (include a statement describing contact with host and letter/e-mail of invitation), and (3) vitae.  Additional information may be requested by the EHA-JUSFC Committee.  Applicants must be current members of the EHA.  Applicants will be informed of the committee’s selections by mid-March.  Send applications to:

Professor Thomas Weiss, Executive Director

Dept. of Economics, 213 Summerfield Hall

University of Kansas, Lawrence KS  66045        

 Or via e-mail:





Fundraising 2001


        The Board of Trustees is extremely grateful for your continued support of our various Prize Funds. So why stop now? When you receive your annual membership renewal form you will be offered the opportunity to keep a good thing going.  You will be offered a menu of Prize Funds, as shown below, and we hope you will feel inclined to help increase the endowment of your favorite fund.  Or, you can do it now--just clip or copy and send along!


        I would like to support my favorite Fund. Enclosed is my tax-exempt contribution I would like to go to the Fund or Funds indicated.


        Cole Prize Fund            _________           Jones Prize Fund __________

        Gerschenkron Prize Fund    _________           Ranki Prize Fund __________

        Hughes Prize Fund      _________                           (CREH) Cole Grants  ________


Use my contribution where needed  _______


        Please send your contribution to Thomas Weiss, Executive Director, Economic History Association, Department of Economics, Summerfield Hall, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66045.  Make your check payable to the Economic History Association, or use your credit card (Master or Visa).


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2001 Meeting:

Philadelphia, PA

September 14-16.