Cotton Mill and Textile History Guide
Link ID 120100
Title Cotton Mill and Textile History Guide
Url http://www.cmhpf.org/essays/cottonmills.html
Description Extensive historical information on past and present cotton yarn spinning and fabric weaving mills of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County, USA. Photo galleries, and survey and research reports. From the Historic Landmarks Commission site.
Category Textiles and Nonwovens > Resources > History > Industry
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Date Jul 19, 2006
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1. The 'Industrial Crisis' of the English Textile Towns
  Abstract of a paper on the causes of the economic crisis in the traditional English textile manufacturing centers during the period between 1290 and 1340 CE. Full paper on PDF files. Author: John H. Munro.
Category:   Textiles and Nonwovens > Resources > History > Industry


2. of the English Textile Towns
  Paper arguing that the industrial crisis of the traditional English textile towns during the period 1290-1340 was caused by a far reaching economic crisis afflicting their major cloth markets in the Mediterranean basin, rather then the emergence of supposedly superior, lower-cost rural competition. Author: John H. Munro. Text abstract. Full text on PDF document.
Category:   Textiles and Nonwovens > Resources > History > Industry


3. Flax Spinning
  Article about the history of flax. Characterization, cultivation, processing and spinning of flax, from 6000 BCE till the present age. From the Kingdom of Ealdormere. Author: Ercadh Padraic.
Category:   Textiles and Nonwovens > Resources > History > Industry


4. The Textile Industry
  Concise description of the textile industry as a family enterprise before the Industrial Revolution. Links to textile inventors, brief history of the cotton industry, and chronology of textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution. From The Open Door web site.
Category:   Textiles and Nonwovens > Resources > History > Industry


5. The Impact of Monetary and Labour Policies on the Flemish Cloth Industry
  Study focusing on the consequences of monetary policy in aggravating ongoing conflict in the English and Dutch cloth industry's labor relations during the late 14th Century. Author: John Munro. Text abstract. Full article on PDF document.
Category:   Textiles and Nonwovens > Resources > History > Industry




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