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A new order of things : how the textile industry transformed New England, Paul E. Rivard

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A new order of things : how the textile industry transformed New England
Title
A new order of things
Title remainder
how the textile industry transformed New England
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Paul E. Rivard
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How the textile industry transformed New England
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
338.4/7677/00974
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  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
HD9857.N36
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R58 2002
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
A new order of things : how the textile industry transformed New England, Paul E. Rivard
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A new order of things : how the textile industry transformed New England, Paul E. Rivard
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p.149-150) and index
Contents
Introduction: An overview of the textile trade -- Extend the mills: spinning cotton in New England -- The "Masheen": the wool carding machine comes to New England -- Made in families: weaving at home with new tools -- Diaper, tow, and crash: manufacturing linen in New England -- Great expectations: cotton mill fever creates textile towns -- The Waltham power loom: investing in power weaving -- "The best wheel in the world": waterpower in New England -- Genius, wealth, and industry: Lowell astonishes the world -- Calico, blocks, and rollers: printing technology and the new fashion -- "Simply preposterous": New England's woolen mills catch up -- Jenny, Jack, and Billy: the woolen machinery family -- The beginnings of social change: the New England mill workers -- "Acres of girlhood": a workforce of women -- Rising tide of discontent: the struggle for "freedom" -- "Gifted in mind, body and estate": New England builds an immigrant workforce -- The Lawrence experience: the fall and reprise of a New England textile city -- Smokestacks and train tracks: steam engines promote textile manufacture -- Speeders, pickers, and mules: New England's new machinery
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29cm.
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Extent
xii, 156 p.
Isbn
9781584652830
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002001698
Other physical details
col. ill., maps

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