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Special consular reports.
Vol. I-XXVI.


Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1890-1903.
Subjects: Consular reports > Consular reports / United States.
Manufacturing industries > Manufacturing industries / United States.
Manufactures > Manufactures / United States.
United States > United States / Commerce.
Note: Cont. v. 21, 1900. Foreign markets for American coal.--Vehicle industry in Europe.--Trusts and trade combinations in Europe.--v. 22, 1900-01. Acetic acid in foreign countries.--Mineral water industry.--Foreign trade in heating and cooking stoves.--v. 23, 1901-02. Gas and oil engines in foreign countries.--Silver and plated ware in foreign countries.--v. 24, 1902. Creameries in foreign countries.--v. 25, 1902. Stored goods as collateral for loans.--v. 26, 1903. Briquettes as fuel in foreign countries.
Cont. v. 11, 1894. American lumber in foreign markets.--v. 12, 1895. Highways of commerce. The ocean lines, railways, canals, and other trade routes of foreign countries.--v. 13, 1896-97. Money and prices in foreign countries.--v. 14, 1898. The drug trade in foreign countries.--v. 15, 1898-99. Soap trade in foreign countries.--Screws, nuts, and bolts in foreign countries.--Argols in Europe.--Rabbits and rabbit furs in Europe.--Cultivation of ramie in foreign countries.--Sericulture, and silk reeling from the cocoons by machinery.--Cultivation of the English walnut.--v. 16, 1899. Tariffs of foreign countries: pt. 1. Europe. pt. 2. America. pt. 3. Asia, Africa, Australasia and Polynesia. 3 v.--v. 17, 1899. Disposal of sewage and garbage in foreign countries.--Foreign trade in coal tar and by-products.--v. 18, 1900. Merchant marine of foreign countries.--v. 19, 1900. Paper in foreign countries. Uses of wood pulp.--v. 20, 1900. Book cloth in foreign countries.--Market for ready-made clothing in Latin America.--Foreign imports of American tobacco.--Cigar and cigarette industry in Latin America.--School gardens in Europe.--The stave trade in foreign countries.
Continued by the Bureau of Statistics (Dept. of Commerce and Labor) 1903-1905; by the Bureau of Manufactures (Dept. of Commerce and Labor) 1905-1912.
Physical Description: 26 v. illus., plates, maps, plans. 23 cm.
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