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2 edition of New Mills in the 1820s. found in the catalog.

New Mills in the 1820s.

R. M Bryant

New Mills in the 1820s.

by R. M Bryant

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Published by New Mills Local History Society in [Stockport] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesNew Mills history notes -- no.1
ContributionsNew Mills Local History Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13905649M

  The sewing machine was introduced into factories in the s. Before that, most sewing was done by hand at home or in small businesses. With the introduction of machines for weaving and sewing fabric, young women, especially in farm families, began to spend a few years before marriage working in the new industrial mills, including the Lowell Mills in Massachusetts. The Sawyer Woolen Mills were established by the Sawyer family in Dover, New Hampshire, in the s and sold to American Woolen Company in The earliest time book, from to , shows a very small minority of women workers beginning to be hired in the finishing mills in ; rent rolls from the same period show only one woman tenant.

HURDLEMAN A man in charge of a hurdle (fence) or fold; specifically, a keeper of new-born lambs HURRIER One who draws a corf or wagon in a coal-mine. A young boy or girl employed in a coal mine to drag baskets or small wagons full of coal from the coal face where it was mined, up to the surface. As North America’s leading business book publisher, we produce beautiful and compelling company history books, e-books, videos, DVDs, audio books and web sites. These preserve history, celebrate business anniversaries, support mergers and acquisitions, explain leadership and strategy changes, build corporate brands, help sustain or shift.

  New England, and Massachusetts in particular, soon became a manufacturing powerhouse in America. The mills brought a surge in jobs and wealth to the state which helped further spur the industrialization of the state, according to the book Massachusetts: A Concise History: “By , the Boston Associates, including Edmund Dwight, Kirk Boott. The forces limiting government power in the area of health, the proponents of American exceptionalism, and the rejection of the needs of the poor won their day in nineteenth-century American medicine.


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