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Articles from Accounting Historians Journal (June 1, 2006)

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"It's oyster, dear!" Professor Carnegie's prescription and the seeming fate of accounting history in the United States. Radcliffe, Vaughan S. 1601
"The roaring nineties": a comment on the state of accounting history in the United States. Carnegie, Garry D. 2886
Accounting for interned Japanese-American civilians during World War II: creating incentives and establishing controls for captive workers. Tyson, Thomas N.; Fleischman, Richard K. 14658
Accounting techniques in Korea: 18th century archival samples from a non-profit association in the Sinitic world. Jun, Seong Ho; Lewis, James B. 13340
America's railroad depreciation debate, 1907 to 1913: a study of divergence in early 20th century accounting standards. Heier, Jan R. 14488
Early American corporate reporting and European capital markets: the case of the Illinois Central Railroad, 1851-1861. Flesher, Dale L.; Previts, Gary J.; Samson, William D. 9254
In memoriam: celebrating the life of Bill Samson. Brief article 307
The R.J. Chambers Collection: an "archivist's" revelations of 20th century accounting thought and practice. Dean, Graeme W.; Wolnizer, Peter W.; Clarke, Frank L. 7988
The stockholder review committee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, 1828-1857: evidence of changes in financial reporting and corporate governance. Russ, Robert W.; Previts, Gary J.; Coffman, Edward N. 6372
Using a white-collar profession in accounting courses: approaches to addressing diversity. Samson, William D.; Allen, Cheryl L.; Fleischman, Richard K.; Robinson-Backmon, Ida B. 9488

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