More search options
We are looking in more than 100 shops for your best offer - please wait…
- Shipping costs to Kenya (modify to GBR, AUS, NZL, IND, MOZ, AGO, NAM, KEN, TZA, TZA, GHA, ETH, MWI)
Create preset

All books for 9780265832554 - compare every offer

9780265832554 - The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) als Buch von Lawrence Henry Battistini - Book
1

The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) als Buch von Lawrence Henry Battistini (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageNew bookreprint

ISBN: 9780265832554 (?) or 0265832551, in english, Forgotten Books, New, reprint

34.49 + Shipping: 25.00 = 59.49(without obligation)
From Seller/Antiquarian
The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) ab 34.49 EURO
Seller order number: 31065694
Platform order number Ebook.de: 21393029567
Category: Bücher > Wissenschaft > Geschichte
Data from 01/07/2018 06:49h
ISBN (alternative notations): 0-265-83255-1, 978-0-265-83255-4
9780265832554 - Lawrence Henry Battistini: The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) (Hardback) - Book
2
Lawrence Henry Battistini (?):

The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) (Hardback) (2017) (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageThis book is a hardcover book not a paperbackNew bookreprint

ISBN: 9780265832554 (?) or 0265832551, in english, FBC LTD, hardcover, New, reprint

40.35 ($ 48.60)¹(free shipping, without obligation)
Free shipping
From Seller/Antiquarian, Book Depository hard to find [63688905], London, United Kingdom
Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific The United States took its place as one Of the sovereign nations of the world with the conclusion of the Treaty Of Paris in 1783 which terminated the Revolutionary War. By the terms of that treaty the territorial extent of the United States was limited on the west by the Mississippi River. Actually, most of the region west of the Appalachian Mountains was still largely unsettled territory, and nearly all of the population, less than four million in 1790, was concentrated along the Atlantic seaboard. Hence the United States at that time faced eastward, and the Atlantic was the broad highway which linked it commercially and culturally to Europe. Asia and the islands of the Pacific comprised a remote world, which could only be reached by circuitous and time-consum ing voyages. TO Americans Of this period this world was almost as unknown as Darkest Africa. When the United States acquired its independence the economic system was largely an agrarian one which supplied nearly all of the people s agricultural wants and depended on Europe, prin cipally England, for manufactured goods. Since the United States was then practically without industries that required imported raw materials and overseas markets for their finished products, its trading requirements were largely confined to the exchange of its own raw materials for manufactured items. During the early years of the Republic s development about 90 percent of all trade was with England. Trade with the Far East arose primarily because Of the enter prise Of the-seafaring New Englanders rather than because of any compelling need in America for the products Of that area. In searching for new routes and ports of call, these hardy New Englanders were motivated by the hard reality that independence from England and dissociation from her Empire had closed to them the the old trade routes and markets on which they had formerly prospered, particularly the once lucrative trade with the British West Indies.1 China was one of the first Asian lands to lure the American traders. In the very year that Washington was inaugu rated as the first president Of the Republic, fifteen American vessels called at Canton to take on cargoes of tea and silk.2 The luxury cargoes of these vessels were typical Of the early American trade with Asia. They were small in bulk and commanded high prices, but at the same time they were highly speculative and com prised only a small part of the total foreign trade of the United States at that time. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
seller comment Book Depository hard to find [63688905], London, United Kingdom:
Seller rating: 5, NEW BOOK, New
Platform order number Abebooks.com: 22680858025
Data from 01/07/2018 06:49h
ISBN (alternative notations): 0-265-83255-1, 978-0-265-83255-4
9780265832554 - Battistini, Lawrence Henry: The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) - Book
3
Battistini, Lawrence Henry (?):

The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) (2017) (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookNew bookreprint

ISBN: 9780265832554 (?) or 0265832551, in english, Forgotten Books, Paperback, New, reprint

36.09 ($ 43.47)¹ + Shipping: 4.36 ($ 5.25)¹ = 40.45 ($ 48.72)¹(without obligation)
From Seller/Antiquarian, Ria Christie Collections [59718070], Uxbridge, United Kingdom
PRINT ON DEMAND Book; New; Publication Year 2017; Not Signed; Fast Shipping from the UK.
seller comment Ria Christie Collections [59718070], Uxbridge, United Kingdom:
Seller rating: 5, NEW BOOK, New
Platform order number Abebooks.com: 22672362174
Keywords: THE RISE OF AMERICAN INFLUENCE IN ASIA AND PACIFIC (CLASSIC REPRINT)
Data from 01/07/2018 06:49h
ISBN (alternative notations): 0-265-83255-1, 978-0-265-83255-4
9780265832554 - Lawrence Henry Battistini: The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) (Hardback) - Book
4
Lawrence Henry Battistini (?):

The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) (Hardback) (2017) (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageThis book is a hardcover book not a paperbackNew bookreprint

ISBN: 9780265832554 (?) or 0265832551, in english, Forgotten Books, hardcover, New, reprint

36.08 ($ 43.46)¹(free shipping, without obligation)
Free shipping
From Seller/Antiquarian, The Book Depository [54837791], London, United Kingdom
Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.
seller comment The Book Depository [54837791], London, United Kingdom:
Seller rating: 5, NEW BOOK, New
Platform order number Abebooks.com: 22680257582
Data from 01/07/2018 06:49h
ISBN (alternative notations): 0-265-83255-1, 978-0-265-83255-4
9780265832554 - Lawrence Henry Battistini: The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) - Book
5
Lawrence Henry Battistini (?):

The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) (2017) (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis book is a hardcover book not a paperbackNew bookreprint

ISBN: 9780265832554 (?) or 0265832551, in english, 248 pages, Forgotten Books, hardcover, New, reprint

24.10 ($ 29.03)¹(free shipping, without obligation)
Usually ships in 24 hours, free shipping for AmazonPrime only. Regular USD 4.98
From Seller/Antiquarian, Amazon.com
Excerpt from The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the PacificThe United States took its place as one Of the sovereign nations of the world with the conclusion of the Treaty Of Paris in 1783 which terminated the Revolutionary War. By the terms of that treaty the territorial extent of the United States was limited on the west by the Mississippi River. Actually, most of the region west of the Appalachian Mountains was still largely unsettled territory, and nearly all of the population, less than four million in 1790, was concentrated along the Atlantic seaboard. Hence the United States at that time faced eastward, and the Atlantic was the broad highway which linked it commercially and culturally to Europe. Asia and the islands of the Pacific comprised a remote world, which could only be reached by circuitous and time-consum ing voyages. TO Americans Of this period this world was almost as unknown as Darkest Africa.When the United States acquired its independence the economic system was largely an agrarian one which supplied nearly all of the people's agricultural wants and depended on Europe, prin cipally England, for manufactured goods. Since the United States was then practically without industries that required imported raw materials and overseas markets for their finished products, its trading requirements were largely confined to the exchange of its own raw materials for manufactured items. During the early years of the Republic's development about 90 percent of all trade was with England.Trade with the Far East arose primarily because Of the enter prise Of the-seafaring New Englanders rather than because of any compelling need in America for the products Of that area. In searching for new routes and ports of call, these hardy New Englanders were motivated by the hard reality that independence from England and dissociation from her Empire had closed to them the the old trade routes and markets on which they had formerly prospered, particularly the once lucrative trade with the British West Indies.1 China was one of the first Asian lands to lure the American traders. In the very year that Washington was inaugu rated as the first president Of the Republic, fifteen American vessels called at Canton to take on cargoes of tea and silk.2 The luxury cargoes of these vessels were typical Of the early American trade with Asia. They were small in bulk and commanded high prices, but at the same time they were highly speculative and com prised only a small part of the total foreign trade of the United States at that time.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. hardcover, Label: Forgotten Books, Forgotten Books, Product group: Book, Published: 2017-12-11, Studio: Forgotten Books
Platform order number Amazon.com: Gxj58ZAi0iU9WDiwFSjzi5vJBv90Me 619rGJ6h%2BXcf%2BIZK0Wgtmj7UmV OqFfUxpZvlnZ%2FG%2BJdToq8OIEQ8 I32XVYNz1Lj02RbkDSkBWlBiuM3QLX k912eg%3D%3D
Keywords: Central Asia, Southeast Asia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, Books, History
Data from 01/07/2018 06:49h
ISBN (alternative notations): 0-265-83255-1, 978-0-265-83255-4

9780265832554

Find all available books for your ISBN number 9780265832554 compare prices fast and easily and order immediatly.

Available rare books, used books and second hand books of the title "The Rise of American Influence in Asia and the Pacific (Classic Reprint) (Hardback)" from Battistini, Lawrence Henry are completely listed.

Books nearby

>> to Archive