2 edition of A century of American wool manufacture, 1790-1890 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HD9895 .N8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||cover-title, 81 p.|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||10010022|
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cotton or wool manufactory in the first third of the century was, of course, the American home with only a few workers. Most factories, too, had but few workers. Even by typical Massachusetts factories 2 V. S. Clark, History of Manufactures in the United States, McGraw-Hill, , Vol.i, p. Cited by: 7. The cotton industry in Britain had grown significantly by the 19th century, outpacing the export of wool by It experienced a crisis that came to be known as the "Lancashire Cotton Famine" when cotton exports from the American South were blockaded during the American Civil War.
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Wool as a raw material has been widely available since the domestication of sheep. Even before shears were invented, wool would have been harvested using a comb or just plucked out by hand.
The fuller (one of the worst jobs in history) played an important part in the production of wool by treating it with urine. I ordered this book for a history course about the American Century, I am not a history fan by any means, however this book has turned me into a history fan.
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By the British had become aware of the potential for textile manufacture possessed in the colonies, which exported some wool to France in exchange for silk textiles in In the English passed the Wool Act in order to protect their wool industry.
Edward Harris (Rhode Island) Edward Harris (–) was an American wool manufacturer, abolitionist, temperance supporter, and philanthropist who was the founder of the Woonsocket Harris Public Library, the first public library in Rhode Island, and the Harris Institute, which now houses the Woonsocket City Hall.
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