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help locating a book

help locating a book

help locating a book

a while back i read a thread where someone had suggested a machine foundation book by barker.  i'm having difficulty finding this book.  can anyone give me the author's full name and the exact title of the book?  or any other info that might help me find a copy.

RE: help locating a book

I second that suggestion by PIGDOG.  I have done business with both of them and have had pleasant experiences todate.  And they still have all the old books from when I was a student (and even farther back!) as well as all the new books.

RE: help locating a book

Try www.bookfinder.com
This site will search both abebooks.com and powells.com plus hundreds of other book stores.  Try it you will like it.

RE: help locating a book

The book you´re looking for is :

Barkan, D.D.
Dynamics of Bases and Foundations
McGraw-Hill, 1962

RE: help locating a book

perfect!!  thanks for your help.

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