Dr. Tiemann's Russian-American Co. and Alaskan fur rush research will be taught at the Global History of Capitalism project at Oxford in June 2022 Dr. Tiemann has written and will be teaching his third Oxford Case study on the topic of "The Alaskan fur rush and the Russian-American Company," in partnership with Dr. Christopher McKenna for the Global [...]
On November 2, Dr Tiemann participated in a panel discussion for the Fort Ross Dialogue, the annual policy and history conference of the Fort Ross Conservancy, on the Pacific coast in Sonoma County, California. Dr Tiemann and Professor Christopher McKenna, of the University of Oxford, talk about Dr Tiemann’s research on the economic history of California in the first half of the 19th century.
Dr. Tiemann's Gold Rush research provides instruction for the Global History of Capitalism project at Oxford Dr. Tiemann has written and will be teaching his second Oxford Case study on the topic of "Discounting gold: Money and banking in Gold Rush Californi, in partnership with Dr. Christopher McKenna for the Global History of Capital Project. Dr. Tiemann has [...]
California Historical Society blog features Dr. Tiemann's research Dr. Tiemann has devoted much of his spare time researching, reading and exploring archival materials about how banking emerged during the years both prior to as well as during the California Gold Rush. In the course of his research, he has dug deep into both the Huntington Library and the [...]
Dr. Tiemann presents a California Gold Rush talk to the Fellowship Forum Dr. Tiemann was the invited speaker at the Fellowship Forum in Palo Alto on March 19, 2019. This is a local group that meets weekly to hear speakers on a variety of topics. Dr. Tiemann spoke about banking in early California history, both before and after the Gold [...]