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dc.creatorAnsell, Martin R., 1957-
dc.identifier.isbn0814207499 (print)
dc.identifier.isbn0814207502 (print)
dc.identifier.otherOCLC #37489536 (print)
dc.identifier.otherLCCN 97037567 (print)
dc.description(print) x, 302 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cmen
dc.descriptionBased on the author's doctoral dissertation, University of Texas at Austin
dc.description.tableofcontentsAcknowledgments -- Introduction. p.1 -- 1. Early years in the West. p.7 -- 2. Oil and railroads in Southern California, 1892-1902. p.23 -- 3. The birth of the Mexican oil industry, 1900-1910. p.52 -- 4. Return to California, 1908-1912. p.87 -- 5. Creating an international oil company, 1912-1915. p.105 -- 6. The Pan American Petroleum & Transport Company, 1916. p.130 -- 7. The Vision of Peace: fuel oil for the war. p.147 -- 8. Promoting an oil policy for Mexico, 1917-1920. p.162 -- 9. Domestic politics and international relations: Ireland and Japan, 1920-1921. p.180 -- 10. Salt water and revolution: Mexico, 1921-1923. p.196 -- 11. The bark of political wolves: Doheny and the oil scandal. p.212 -- Conclusion. p.238 -- App. A. Production and sales of the Mexican and Huasteca Petroleum Companies, 1901-1914. p.245 -- App. B. Oil production and exports for the Mexican petroleum industry, 1916-1924. p.246 -- App. C. Companies owned and controlled by the Pan American Petroleum & Transport Company at its incorporation, 1916. p.250 -- App. D. Relative sizes of the largest American oil companies by total assets. p.252 -- Notes. p.253 -- Index. p.295en
dc.publisherThe Ohio State University Pressen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesHistorical perspectives on business enterprise seriesen
dc.subject.lcshDoheny, Edward L. (Edward Laurence), 1856-1935en
dc.subject.lcshIndustrialists -- United States -- Biographyen
dc.subject.lcshPetroleum industry and trade -- California, Southern -- Historyen
dc.subject.lcshPetroleum industry and trade -- United States -- Historyen
dc.subject.lcshPetroleum industry and trade -- Mexico -- Historyen
dc.titleOil baron of the Southwest: Edward L. Doheny and the development of the petroleum industry in California and Mexicoen

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