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Full text of "The history of Jasper county, Missouri

Full text of "The history of Jasper county, Missouri : including a condensed history of the state, a complete history of Carthage and Joplin, other towns and townships : together with numerous portraits of prominent men : cuts of elegant residences and public buildings : a sectional map of the county : biographical sketches of many enterprising farmers, merchants, mechanics, professional, and

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Full text of "The history of Jasper county, Missouri

Full text of "The history of Jasper county, Missouri : including a condensed history of the state, a complete history of Carthage and Joplin, other towns and townships : together with numerous portraits of prominent men : cuts of elegant residences and public buildings : a sectional map of the county : biographical sketches of many enterprising farmers, merchants, mechanics, professional, and

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of about 5 per cent from 1965 to 1970—well above the longer run average of about 3.5 per cent—some authorities expect the demand rate by 1985 will be double that of 1970. Others look for what might be understated as a "more modest" expansion of about 70 per cent instead of 100 per cent. Bearing in mind that the nation''s energy demand growth was