3 edition of history of the Standard Oil Company found in the catalog.
history of the Standard Oil Company
Ida Minerva Tarbell
|Statement||by Ida M. Tarbell. Vol. 2.|
|Contributions||Standard Oil Company.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
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The History of the Standard Oil Company, originally a serial that ran in McClure’s, is one of the most thorough accounts of the rise of a business monopoly and its use of unfair practices.
The articles also helped to define a growing trend to investigation, In John D. Rockefeller. part exposé and commentary called The History of the.
What I liked about the book: 1) provides a history how entire industry was created, 2) provides detailed overview how Standard Oil, first major industrial monopoly in US, appeared, 3) gives details on all fair and unfair ways of Mr Rockfeller running the company in a comprehensive manner/5(29).
The History of the Standard Oil Company Ida M. Tarbel. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money & Power Daniel Yergin. out of 5 stars Audible Audiobook. $ Free with Audible trial. Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr/5(45). The History of the Standard Oil Company remains a classic of investigative reporting, and Tarbell’s legacy as a someone who took seriously the credo that journalists should “afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted” lives on.
The house she lived in. The History of the Standard Oil Company, Volume 1 The History of the Standard Oil Company, Ida Minerva Tarbell: Author: Ida Minerva Tarbell: Publisher: McClure, Phillips & Company, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan/5(5).
OK, so I skipped over the annexures. But this book is a must-read for any business student and also for any business journalism student. Beautifully researched and put-together, it more than fulfills what it says on the cover; a History of the Standard Oil Company is what you'll get, from the POV of a critical outsider/5.
Standard Oil Co. Inc. was an American oil producing, transporting, refining, marketing ished inby John D. Rockefeller and Henry Flagler as a corporation in Ohio, it was the largest oil refiner in the world of its time. Its history as one of the world's first and largest multinational corporations ended inwhen the U.S.
Supreme Court ruled, in a landmark case, that Headquarters: Cleveland, Ohio (–), New York. Inafter dissolution of the Standard Oil empire, eight companies retained “Standard Oil” in their names, but by the late 20th century the name had almost passed into history. In Standard Oil Company of New York merged with Vacuum Oil Company (another trust company) to form Socony-Vacuum, which in became Mobil Oil Corporation.
The Evolution of Standard Oil Rockefeller’s juggernaut was split into 34 companies. The Chart of the Week is a weekly Visual Capitalist feature on Fridays.
A couple of weeks ago, we published an infographic showing how the list of the most valuable companies in the U.S. has changed drastically over the last years. Near the top of that list in is The Standard Oil Company of New.
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(Ida Minerva), Publication date Topics Standard Oil Company PublisherPages: New York University placed her book, The History of the Standard Oil Company, at No. 5 on a list of the top works of 20th-century American journalism. Sources Books: Author: Gilbert King. The History of the Standard Oil Company is a book written by journalist Ida Tarbell in It was an exposé of the Standard Oil Company, run at that time by oil tycoon John D.
Rockefeller the richest figure in America's history. Originally serialized in 19 parts in McClure's magazine, the book was a seminal example of muckraking, and inspired many other journalists to write about trusts. The tremendous growth of Standard did not occur without competition. Pennsylvania producers engineered the creation of an important competitor, the Pure Oil Company, Ltd., in Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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THE HISTORY OF THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY. Written by journalist Ida Tarbell inThe History of the Standard Oil Company was an exposé of the Standard Oil Company, run at that time by oil tycoon John D.
Rockefeller, the richest figure in America's history. Media in category "The History of the Standard Oil Company (book)" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total. The History of the Standard Oil Company Vol Author: Ida Tarbell. The History of the Standard Oil Company is a book written by journalist Ida Tarbell in It was an exposé of the Standard Oil Company, run at that time by oil tycoon John D.
Rockefeller the richest figure in America's history. The History of the Standard Oil Company was credited with hastening the breakup of Standard Oil, which happened in That is the complete and full digital model of each volumes, plus all appendices, illustrations, charts, tables, footnotes, index and absolutely hyperlinked.
Old oil men will tell you on the creek to-day how much they liked him in the days when he used to come to Oil City buying oil for the Cleveland firm. The personal quality of William Rockefeller was, and always has been, a strong asset of the Standard Oil Company.
Probably the strongest man in the firm after John D. Rockefeller was Henry M. This muckraking classic, which eventually led to regulation of the Standard Oil Company, was the inaugural work for crusading journalists whose mission was to expose corruption and abuse during the early 20th century.
The history combined descriptions of John D. Rockefeller's business practices with his personal characteristics, creating an image of a cunning and ruthless person.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published as a series of articles in McClure's, Description: xxv, pages ; 20 cm. The history of the Standard oil company, (London, W. Heinemann, ), by Ida M. Tarbell (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Statement of the commissioner of corporations in an answer to the allegations of the Standard oil company concerning its conviction at Chicago for accepting concessions on shipments over the Chicago & Alton railroad.
History of Standard Oil Company Quotes Showing of 2 “If it has taught us anything, it is that our present law-makers, as a body, are ignorant, corrupt and unprincipled; that the majority of them are, directly or indirectly, under the control of the very monopolies against whose acts Cited by: The Standard Oil Trust effectively eliminated competition.
InOhio's attorney general filed suit against Rockefeller and his company. While Ohio won the case, Standard Oil appealed the decision. Inthe United States Supreme Court eventually ruled in this case that Standard Oil was a trust and had to cease to exist.
Inseveral small oil companies banded together to form The Ohio Oil Company. From this humble beginning, we evolved into Marathon Petroleum Corporation. Along the way, gas stations took on new looks and additional services, new refining processes were born and the precursor to the modern credit card was first issued.
A very rare copy of this, the first appearance of Cutting to Kill, Chapter 3 of Part 2 of Ida Tarbell's ground-breaking History of the Standard Oil Company. This page chapter deals with J.D. Rockefeller's fervent desire to learn every detail of the oil trade, to be able to reach its remotest point, to control even its weakest factor - as.
The history of the Standard Oil Company by Ida Minerva Tarbell; 20 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, History, Petroleum industry and trade, Standard Oil Company; Places: Titusville, PA; People: John D.
Rockefeller; Times: Buy a cheap copy of The History of the Standard Oil Company book by Ida Minerva Tarbell. This work is the outgrowth of an effort on the part of the editors of McClure's Magazine to deal concretely in their pages with the trust question.
In order that Free shipping over $Cited by: The woman that wrote an article and a book exposing the evils of the Standard Oil Company is Ida Tarbell. Tarbell was a teacher and journalist who was born in Erie County, Pennsylvania on November.
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Standard Oil complicity in WW2 must be included even if it is Only an addendum. in WW2 standard Oil gave the NAZI'S the plans and Formulas to Build a Petrochemical factory to Manufacture Synthetic Oil Fuel and Rubber from Coal.
the company was IG Farben US owned Built their factory near a place called Auschwitz. Which of the following events was a result of Ida Tarbell's book The History of the Standard Oil Company. The public demanded an end to monopolies. Many other large businesses started trusts.
Many people invested in large utility companies. This page contains details about the Nonfiction book The History of the Standard Oil Company by Ida Tarbell published in This book is the th greatest Nonfiction book of all time as determined by One particularly influential muckraker was Ida Tarbell, whose book The History of the Standard Oil Company appeared in True Once in office, Woodrow Wilson began to aggressively pursue his goal of dismantling as many trusts as possible.
The book was The History of the Standard Oil Company, and it changed the way large companies were viewed. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author B D Basu written. As Standard Oil Co.
of California (Socal) began its second century, it had become a major company in the United States and the Chevron brand was becoming familiar around the world.
The company had ownership in 50 refineries, with a production capacity of almost 3 million barrels per day and featured the third-largest fleet among oil companies.
Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. The History of the Standard Oil Company: Briefer Version. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller The Standard Oil Trust was formed in by John D.
built up the company through to become the largest oil refinery firm in the world. Inthe company was renamed Standard Oil Company, after which Rockefeller decided to buy up all the.
wrote a book about Rockefeller's monopoly over the oil business; "The History of the Standard Oil Company" grew to be a nineteen-part series, published between November and October ; Tarbell wrote a detailed exposé of Rockefeller's unethical tactics, sympathetically portraying the plight of Pennsylvania's independent oil workers.
railroads and the Standard Oil Company suffi-ciently strong for the latter to get any help it wants in making it hard for rivals to do business. The Standard owns stock in most of the great systems.
It is represented on the board of directors of nearly all the great systems, and it has an immense freight not only in oil products,File Size: KB."The History of the Standard Oil Company" would be hailed as a landmark in the history of investigative journalism, as well as the most comprehensive study of the building of Rockefeller's oil : American Experience.InRockefeller formed the Standard Oil Trust which put all of his companies in many different states under one management.
The trust was worth around $70 million and was the largest company in the world. Many people began to feel that Standard Oil's monopoly on the oil business was unfair. States began to issues laws to try to increase.