The second volume in the history of the Union Pacific begins after the financial panic of 1893, which pushed the railroad into bankruptcy. Maury Klein examines the challenges faced by the Union Pacific in the new century and how, under the innovative leadership of Edward H. Harriman, the Union Pacific again played the role of industrial pioneer._x000B_
Subjects: Transportation Studies
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