Stanley F. Rose

Stanley F. Rose has retired from the practice of law.

Stanley Rose is pleased to offer a download of his book:
The Peruvian Revolution's Approach: Investment Policy and Climate, 1968-1980
(Buffalo, NY: William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 1981).
Available with permission of William S. Hein & Co., Inc., 2016.

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The Velasco and Morales Bermudez Military Governments.
Foreign Investment in Peru ♦ Peruvian Industry Investment Policies.
Peruvian Petroleum Sector ♦ Peruvian Workers Communities.
Expropriation of Private Investments.

Stanley Rose has been very involved in the erection of the Memorial Monument to honor the 446 slaves and freedmen in the African American Cemetery on his Washington ancestor's plantation, Wessyngton, near Nashville, Tennessee.

For more information please visit The Wessyngton Plantation African American Preservation Association.

Stanley Rose has been doing genealogical and historical research on his ancestors for decades. Links to the Tennessee State Archives Finding Aids and Booklets for his Family Lines:

Washington Family (435 pages).

Frazer and Murfree Families (216 pages).

Warner, Cartwright, and Phillips/ Philips Families (440 pages).

Lindsley, McGavock, Grundy Families (250 pages).

Northern Ancestors of Rev. Philip Lindsley (337 pages).

Additional Genealogical Articles:

Lt. Col. Hardy Murfree. With permission of the North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati.

Lt. Nathaniel Lawrence. With permission of the North Carolina Society of the Cincinnati.

Chaplain Green Hill Jr.

Master of Arts Thesis:

Nashville and Its Leadership Elite: 1861-1869. University of Virginia, 1965.

Resume and List of Publications

Stanley DeLury Rose (Stanley Frazer Rose’s Father):

Alexander Hamilton and the Public Debt. Master of Arts Thesis, Vanderbilt University, 1949.