4 edition of Origins of small business metal fabricators and machinery makers in New England, 1890-1957 found in the catalog.
Origins of small business metal fabricators and machinery makers in New England, 1890-1957
James H. Soltow
Bibliography: p. 55-57.
|Statement||[by] James H. Soltow.|
|Series||Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, new ser.,, v. 55, pt. 10|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .P6 n.s., vol. 55, pt. 10|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||65027429|
New York, Simmons-Boardman Pub. Corp. [c] Edition: 5th ed. Subjects: Sheet-metal work. Steam-boilers. Note: "The first edition, published in [under title: Laying out for boiler makers and sheet metal workers] was largely a reprint of a series of articles which appeared in the Boiler maker magazine."-Pref. Physical Description: iv, p. The coming of aviation in the early s gave aluminum new strategic value, and expanded production to meet wartime demand led to the metal becoming one of the most ubiquitous of the 20th century.
manufacturing might of the North during the Civil War () often overshadowed that of the South, but the success of the Confederate war effort depended as much on the iron of its industry as the blood of its fighting men. Over the course of the war, Georgia, known as the antebellum "Empire State of the South," became an indispensable site for wartime manufacturing, combining a prewar. Directory of the larger New England manufacturers. ()[Leather Bound] by Boston Chamber of Commerce. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Another one is a turn of the century book by Donald Tulloch called "Worcester, City of Prosperity. "Commonwealth Press, MA: This was a book presumably given out at the 16th Annual Convention National Metal Trades Association held at The Bancroft Hotel in Worcester, MA. The 19th Century Centrifugal casting is developed by A. G. Eckhardt of Soho, England. The cupola is introduced in the United States in Baltimore, MD. First cast steel produced by the crucible process in the U.S. at the Valley Forge Foundry. Aluminum, the most common metal in the earth's crust, is isolated. Seth Boyden of Newark, NJ, is the first to develop a process.
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SOLTOW Associate Professor of History, Michigan State University THE AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY INDEPENDENCE SQUARE PHILADELPHIA DECEMBER, Transactions of American Society For Metals Volume XXXVI (Volume 36) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Origins of Small Business Metal Fabricators and Machinery Makers in New England, – By SoltowJames H.
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was established as a joint stock company by Robert Fairchild and George W. Bishop, to manufacture their line of machinists' tools and post drill. The company must have been short-lived because we can find no evidence of its existence after Byseventy-eight new textile mills had been built in rural New England towns.
More than half turned out woolen goods, while the rest produced cotton cloth. Slater’s mills and those built in imitation of his were fairly small, employing only seventy people on average.