The Frozen Water Trade

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The fascinating story of how ice became a commodity, one in great demand not only in warm climates such as Cuba, India, and the southern US, but also in northern cities such as New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago. The author follows the story of Frederic Tudor, whose dream of shipping ice was originally ridiculed by his business peers in early 19th century Boston.

 

 

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Century

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(US) $23.95
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(US) 078686740X

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Hardback

Pages
254

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