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21. Monetary Politics, Guild Labour-Strife, and Compulsory Arbitration during the Decline of the Late-Me



Paper exploring the impact of the Count of Flanders' monetary and wage policies upon the Flemish woollen cloth manufacturing industry during its period of decline from 1390 to 1435. Text abstract. Full article on PDF document. Author: John H. Munro.
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22. Textiles as Articles of Consumption in Flemish Towns



Reconstruction of a Flemish basket of consumables price index for the period 1350-1500, aimed to determine the value of luxury broad woven woollen cloth related to income. Text abstract. Full article on PDF document. Author: John H. Munro.
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23. The Story of My Cotton Dress



A child's view of the conditions under which children and adults were being employed in early 20th century American textile mills and sewing plants. From The Child Labor Bulletin (1914).
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24. Lancashire Textile Project



History of the steam driven weaving industry in the North West of England. Includes pictures and transcripts of interviews with those involved in the industry.
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25. Whole Cloth



Web version of an educational project, aimed at widening public understanding of the development of the American textile industry. Extensive essays, illustrations and history resources on the industrialization of textile manufacturing, cloth dyeing techniques and fibers.
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26. Industrial Energy from Water Mills in the European Economy



Comprehensive study analysing the economic implications and consequences of the application of the water-mill, and their impact on European economic history up to the Industrial Revolution era in the fields of mining, metallurgy and textiles. Author: John H. Munro.
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