A Classification of American Wealth
History and genealogy of the wealthy families of America - Sponsors


 Part 1 : Colonial and Mercantile America  Part 2 : America in the Gilded Age
 Part 3 : America in the Twentieth Century  Encyclopedia of American Wealth

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> Links of Chapter 1
  : 
Patroons and Manor Lords
> Links of Chapter 2  :  Planter Aristocrats
> Links of Chapter 3  :  Shipping Merchants 
> Links of Chapter 4  : 
New YorkCity Landlords  
> Links of Chapter 5  : 
Bankers 1
> Links of Chapter 6  : 
Early industrialists

> Links of Chapter  7   :  The Mining Bonanza Kings
> Links of Chapter  8   : 
Railroad Barons
> Links of Chapter  9   :  Merchant Princes
> Links of Chapter 10  : 
Bankers of the Gilded Age
> Links of Chapter 11  :  The Trusts
> Links of Chapter 12  :  Utility Tycoons

> Links of Chapter 13  :  Automobile & Aviation
> Links of Chapter 15  :  Wildcatter Oil Barons
> Links of Chapter 18  :  Hail to the CEOs

> Links of Encyclopedia of American Wealth

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>> The New York Central Homepage

http://www.railroad.net/nyc/

>> The Penn Central Railroad Homepage

http://prozac.cwru.edu/jer/pc/

>> Newport Mansions Ė The Gilded Age Experience
By the Preservation Society of Newport County
http://www.newportmansions.org

>> History of Biltmore
George Washington Vanderbiltís 250 room country estate at Asheville North Carolina. The site also contains some information about the Vanderbilt family and an image gallery.
http://www.biltmore.com/visit/estate_history/index.html

>> Central Pacific Railroad Photographic History Museum

http://cprr.org

  

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