Hello Cruel World
Tuesday, January 27, 2004
gavelkind (an unsatisfactory definition - gotta find those other links again)

Department of Economics
University of Bristol
Resources for the History of Economics
Henry Sumner Maine: Lectures on the Early History of Institutions
Ancient Divisions of the Family
Includes details of some gavelkind & other familial systems.

Connections to Some Other Interesting Sites from this site
[NOTE: Some are broken - I haven't hunted down updated links yet. If you're intrigued enough you could cast around to find either their new address or a replacement.]
The Avalon Project at Yale Law School (Recommended)
www.marx.org The Marx-Engels Archive
spartan.ac.brocku.ca/~lward The George Mead Archive {moved}
es.rice.edu/ES/humsoc/Galileo/index.html The Galileo Galilei Project
classics.mit.edu The Classics Text Archive
www.virginia.edu/economics The Center for the Study of Colonial Currency
www.history.rochester.edu/steam The Steam Engine Library (My Eyes! My Eyes!)
Cornell's Math Book Collection [WRONG - CHECK]
www.econ.duke.edu/Economists Warren J. Samuels Collection of Portraits at Duke
www2.unil.ch/cwp/index.html Centre d'études interdisciplinaries Walras-Pareto (Swiss University, in French)
Broken Links
www.dpipc.com/cdadesign/paine/archive.html The Tom Paine Historical Association [BAD]
www.utm.edu/research/hume/hume.html The David Hume Archive [BAD]
daniel.drew.edu/~jlenz/brs.html The Bertrand Russell Society [BAD]
www.msstate.edu/Archives/History The Historical Text Archive [BAD]
www.yorku.ca/dept/psych/classics Classics of Psychology [BAD]
www.wiso.uni-erlangen.de/WiSo/VWI/we/hall_of_.html Hall of Economists [BAD]
web.mrash.fr/labo/walras/walras.html Centres Auguste et Léon Walras [BAD]
attila.stevens-tech.edu/~rdowns Frederick W. Taylor Project
Auguste Comte and Positivism [BAD]
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