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A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860 : exhibiting the origin and growth of the principal mechanic arts and manufactures, from the earliest colonial period to the adoption of the Constitution ; and comprising annals of the industry of the United States in machinery, manufactures and useful arts, with a notice of the important inventions, tariffs, and the results of each decennial census

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Bishop, J. Leander (John Leander), 1820-1868
A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860 : exhibiting the origin and growth of the principal mechanic arts and manufactures, from the earliest colonial period to the adoption of the Constitution ; and comprising annals of the industry of the United States in machinery, manufactures and useful arts, with a notice of the important inventions, tariffs, and the results of each decennial census
Volume 3
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Edward Young & Co., 1868
3 v. : ports. ; 24 cm

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Contents

[Frontispiece] Representative manufacturers of New England : plate III

[Title page] A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860: vol. III, pp. [i]-[ii]

[Introduction] Introduction to vol. III, pp. iii-v

Statistics of the principal manufacturing cities and towns in the United States, pp. 14-17

Remarkable manufacturing establishments in Philadelphia, pp. 18-95

Manufactures of Pittsburgh, pp. 96-112

Manufactures of Baltimore, pp. 113-118

Manufactures of New York and Brooklyn, pp. 119-216

Manufactures of Newark, pp. 217-221

Manufactures of Paterson, pp. 222-236

Manufactures of Trenton, pp. 237-239

Manufactures of Albany, pp. 240-248

Manufactures of Troy, pp. 249-257

Manufactures of Rochester, pp. 258-265

Manufactures of Buffalo, pp. 266-273

Manufacturing centres of New England : Portland, Maine, pp. 274-275

Manufactures of Boston, pp. 276-312 ff.

Manufactures of Lowell, pp. 313-315

Manufactures of Lawrence, pp. 316-318

Manufactures of Lynn, pp. 318-319

Manufactures of Taunton, pp. 319-331

Manufactures of Fall River, pp. 332-333

Manufactures of Springfield, pp. 333-336

Manufactures of Chicopee, pp. 336-341

Manufactures of Worcester, pp. 342-366

Manufactures of Fitchburgh, pp. 367-375

Manufactures of Providence, R.I., pp. 376-405

Manufactures of Hartford, pp. 406-423

Manufactures of Meriden, pp. 424-426

Manufactures of New Haven, pp. 427-433

Manufactures of Bridgeport, pp. 434-439

Manufactures of Waterbury, pp. 440-445

Manufactures of Middletown, Conn., pp. 445-446

Manufactures of Norwich, pp. 447-448

Manufactures of Manchester, N.H., pp. 449-450

Manufactures of Nashua, N.H., pp. 451-452

Manufactures of Concord, pp. 453-454

Manufactures of Vermont, pp. 455-457

Manufactures of the West, pp. 458-459

Manufactures of Cincinnati, Ohio, pp. 459-467

Manufactures of Cleveland, Ohio, p. 468

Manufactures of Chicago, Illinois, pp. 469-470

Manufactures of Detroit, Michigan, p. 471

Manufactures of St. Louis, pp. 472-473

Manufactures of Wilmington, Delaware, pp. 474 ff.

The great iron works of the United States, pp. 475-495

The great hat manufactories of the United States, pp. 496-510 ff.

The great tobacco manufactories, pp. 511-532

A list of principal manufacturers of cotton goods in the United States, pp. 533-545

Wool manufacturers in the United States, pp. 545-559

Statistics of the production of iron in the United States in 1860, and a list of the principal blast furnaces and rolling mills in the New England, middle, and western states, pp. 560-[570]

Index to vol. III, pp. 571-574


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