Essays from the Lowell Conference on Industrial History, 1980 and 1981 by Lowell Conference on Industrial History (1980)

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Published by The Conference in Lowell, Mass .

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  • Industries -- United States -- History -- Congresses.,
  • Industrial policy -- United States -- History -- Congresses.

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Includes bibliographical references.

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Statementedited by Robert Weible, Oliver Ford, Paul Marion.
ContributionsWeible, Robert., Ford, Oliver., Marion, Paul, 1954-, Lowell Conference on Industrial History (1981)
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LC ClassificationsHC103 .E84 1981
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Pagination172 p. :
Number of Pages172
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Open LibraryOL3795307M
ISBN 10096074780X
LC Control Number81085061

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Dublin, Thomas, "The Lowell Mills and the Countryside: The Social Origins of Women Factory Workers, ," in Weible, Robert; Ford, Oliver; and Marion, Paul (editors), Essays from the Lowell Conference on Industrial History, and Lowell Conference on Industrial History, The history of Lowell, Massachusetts, is closely tied to its location along the Pawtucket Falls of the Merrimack River, from being an important fishing ground for the Pennacook tribe to providing water power for the factories that formed the basis of the city's economy for a century.

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