3 edition of Erie under Gould and Fisk. found in the catalog.
Erie under Gould and Fisk.
in New York
Written in English
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [n.d.] (American culture series, Reel 179.2)
|Statement||By George Crouch.|
|Series||American culture series -- 179.2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, -162 p.|
|Number of Pages||162|
Saturday night and Sunday, March 8 and 9, the printing press cranked out page after page of fresh Erie stock certificates. On Sunday they iss shares and parceled them out in share blocks to Fisk’s and Gould’s personal brokerages: Fisk and Belden, and Smith, Gould, Martin & . Gould, by contrast, struck many people as downright sinister. Even now, Louis could see him vividly. It was not a comforting image. Fisk’s partner was barely five foot six inches, with a tubercular cast to his features. He wore a full beard to conceal what he must have considered a weak face. But Louis had come to judge men by their eyes.4/5(32). He aided Drew in his war against Vanderbilt for the control of the Erie railway, and as a result of the compromise that was reached he and Jay Gould became members of the Erie directorate. The association with Gould thus began continued until his death. Subsequently by a well-planned “raid,” Fisk and Gould obtained control of the road. Once Drew had shorted the Erie stock, Gould flooded the street with his currency. The increase in available money caused Erie stock to rise, bankrupting Drew and leaving Gould and Fisk at the helm of the Erie. (Northrup, ) Now that Gould and Fisk had control of .
Soon the hack rattled up to the Cortlandt Street Ferry Terminal. A dozen slum roughnecks Fisk had recruited and sworn in as Erie detectives were already unloading the suitcases from the first cab. As Fisk hoisted the last two bags, Drew again complained about 4/5(32). Buoyant as ever, Jim Fisk bought Pike’s Opera House, renamed it for himself, and over the astonished Jay Gould’s objections moved the Erie offices in, so that henceforth the company’s business was conducted amid sumptuous furnishings spiced by trills and a whiff of perfume. Another Erie first: a railroad in an opera : Clifford Browder. Published Ap I like data that stretches back a long way, like the charts and data on The chart of P/E on the link starts at , but it's worth remembering that times way back can be very different to now. The gilded age I wanted to call the piece just "Robber barons of the gilded. Jay Gould. BORN: • Roxbury, New York DIED: December 2, • New York, New York Financier. Jay Gould was a financier (someone who finances business ventures) during a time when business was largely unregulated by federal law. He earned a reputation as a corrupt businessman. His unethical dealings with the railroads made him one of the wealthiest men in America during the.
The Erie Railroad had a number of facilities in Ohio including the one in Kent as seen in this card postmarked This circa view gives us a good "down-track" look at the large Erie Railroad yards in Binghamton, New York. The city was served by the Erie and its competitor, the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad. Gould, Jim Fisk, and Daniel Drew, became controlling shareholders in the Erie Railroad Company. In the so-called "Erie War" of , they sought to deflect a hostile takeover effort by Cornelius Vanderbilt, owner of the New York Central Railroad, by flooding the market illegally w shares of Erie stock. Full text of "The book of Daniel Drew: a glimpse of the Fisk-Gould-Tweed régime from the inside" See other formats. - Explore raynes66's board "Jay gould" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Jay gould, Gilded age and Family tree photo pins.
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The Erie War was a 19th-century conflict between American financiers for control of the Erie Railway Company, which owned and operated the Erie Railroad. Built with public funds raised by taxation and on land donated by public officials and private developers, by the middle of the s the railroad was mismanaged and heavily in debt.
A cattle drover turned Wall Street banker and broker Daniel. This book gives a fantastic account of the manipulations of Jay Gould and Jim Fisk who began as small time operators working for the Erie Railroad in its war with Cornelius Vanderbilt, and who managed to escape jail and ended up befriending Boss Tweed of Tamminy Hall by: 2.
As the Gould-Fisk ring increased its stake, gold’s value climbed to dizzying heights. In August, a $ gold piece had sold for around $ in greenbacks, but. Get this from Erie under Gould and Fisk. book library. Erie under Gould and Fisk A comparison of the past and present management, respectfully dedicated to the stockholders and bondholders generally.
[George Crouch]. The Black Friday gold panic of Septem was caused by a conspiracy between two investors, Jay Gould and his partner James Fisk, and Abel Corbin, a small time speculator who had married Virginia (Jennie) Grant, the younger sister of President Erie under Gould and Fisk. book the Gold Ring to corner the gold market and force up the price of that metal on the New York Gold Exchange.
Jay Gould ( - December 2, ) A year prior to Gould's gold conspiracy he was elected president of the Erie Railroad, again through shrewd maneuvering with the help of Fisk.
During the 19th century the Erie was one of the Erie under Gould and Fisk. book powerful eastern railroads dating all of the way back tojust five years after the Baltimore & Ohio. This book is about the characters who were able to subvert the law and Erie under Gould and Fisk.
book the gold market during the 19th century. The main characters are Jim Fisk and Jay Gould who were protégées of Daniel Drew, financer of the Erie Railway Company.4/5. Erie under Gould and Fisk a Comparison of the past and Present Management Respectfully Dedicated to the Stockholders and Bondholders Generally by G,George Crouch View Product [ x ] closeAuthor: James Martineau.
Jim Fisk (April 1, –Jan. 7, ) was a businessman who became nationally famous for unethical business practices on Wall Street in the late became a partner of the notorious robber baron Jay Gould in the Erie Railroad War of –, and he and Gould caused a financial panic with their scheme to corner the gold market in Erie under Gould and Fisk a Comparison of the past and Present Management Respectfully Dedicated to the Stockholders and Bondholders Generally by G,George Crouch View Product [ x ] closeAuthor: William Greenough Thayer Shedd.
Inhe partnered with James Fisk to successfully fight Cornelius Vanderbilt for control of the Erie Railroad. Gould and Fisk plundered the railroad's assets and issued $5 million in fraudulent stock from toleading to litigation that forced Gould out in March and to pay $ million : Woodlawn Cemetery and Conservancy, Bronx.
Fromthe New York railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt attempted to gain control of the Erie Railroad. At the time, it was controlled by the noted financiers Daniel Drew, Jay Gould, and James Fisk who tried to corner the company's stock by issu shares to flood the : Patrick Shalhoub.
Jay Gould and Jim Fisk were as talented a partnership as has ever graced Wall Street. As directors of the Erie Railroad, they made their names by fleecing Cornelius Vanderbilt out of $7 million in Author: Tim Reuter.
Gould synonyms, Gould pronunciation, Gould translation, English dictionary definition of Gould. Glenn American financier and speculator who with James Fisk and Daniel Drew wrested control of the Erie Railroad from Cornelius Vanderbilt in the late s.
With Fisk, he caused the financial panic of Septemwith an. Jay Gould, original name Jason Gould, (bornRoxbury, New York, U.S.—died December 2,New York, New York), American railroad executive, financier, and speculator, an important railroad developer who was one of the most unscrupulous “robber barons” of 19th-century American capitalism.
Gould was educated in local schools and first worked as a surveyor in New York state. ``The Gold Ring: Jim Fisk, Jay Gould, and Black Friday, ,`` by Kenneth D. Ackerman. Harper & Row, pages, $ A year ago, when reports of. Drew retired as treasurer, allowing the furious Gould and Fisk to take over as Erie’s president and vice president, respectively.
Round one turned out to be a tie. I took the Lake Shore for the stunning water-level view of the Hudson, but also because the train is named after the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway—the Lake Shore, for.
Gould became president of the Erie Railroad, and Fisk the vice-president and comptroller. From their headquarters a campaign of bribery and corruption was carried on that brought under the power of these men city, State, and Federal officials, judges and legislatures, reaching its climax in the gold conspiracy of and ‘Black Friday.
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Jim Fisk, part 1: Prince Erie Here begins the Saga of Jim Fisk, a series of posts relating the later adventures and misadventures of the nineteenth century's most colorful robber baron. We last saw him in post #46, where, at the end of the Great Erie War, he and his pal Jay Gould inherited the Erie Railway, its coffers empty, its track two Author: Clifford Browder.
Sometime aroundGould, along with James Pdf, became a board member of Erie Railroad, which was undergoing financial trouble and had been put under receivership. Gould, along with Fisk and Daniel Drew, one of the company financers, now planned to take over the company.The s also witnessed download pdf prolonged battle for control of the company; in the so-called "Erie War" ofsparked by Cornelius Vanderbilt of the New York Central, the Commodore fought with Daniel Drew, Jay Gould, and Jim Fisk for stakes in the railroad.
In the end, Gould gained control () and during his four years did his best to improve.Daniel Drew, Jay Gould, and Ebook Fisk allied themselves and from to outmaneuvered - with the aid of unauthorized stock issues, political chicanery, and incessant litigation -Conelius Vanderbilt to keep control of the Erie Railway Company.
After further financial trickery, the Erie Railway Company went bankrupt and was sold for.