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Constant turmoil : the politics of industrial life in nineteenth-century New England

Author: Mary H Blewett
Publisher: Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The author examines the history of the New England textile industry during the nineteenth century from the perspective of the growth of industrialization and the struggle between labor and management.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Blewett, Mary H.
Constant turmoil.
Amherst : University of Massachusetts Press, ©2000
(OCoLC)654625184
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary H Blewett
ISBN: 1558492399 9781558492394
OCLC Number: 42772687
Awards: Commended for Massachusetts Book Award (MassBook) (Nonfiction) 2001
Description: x, 521 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Prologue: Unlikely Acquaintances --
The Fall River Patrimony: Those Legendary Bordens, 1799-1865 --
Gender Politics and Labor Reform in the Protest Heritages of Antebellum New England --
British Immigrant Textile Workers and Their Class Conscious Legacies, 1820-1865 --
Wait, Agitate, Work, and Wait: Gender Politics and Ten-Hour Reform, 1865-1874 --
To Dominate the National Market, 1866-1878 --
They Have Brought Their Horns with Them: Deference and Defiance, 1868-1875 --
A New Lancashire for the Northeast, 1876-1878 --
Struggling over Amalgamations or Trade Unions, 1879-1884 --
Piecing Up the Fall River System, 1885-1897 --
The Ascendancy of Trade Unions and Combinations, 1898-1906 --
Epilogue: The Escape of Al Priddy, the Death of M.C.D. Borden, and the Burnley Reunion --
Critical Assessment of Primary Sources --
Personal taxable income in Fall River, 1867 --
Cotton manufacturing data for Fall River, 1865 and 1875 --
Comparative nativities of population, 1870 --
United States cotton mills producing print cloth, 1880 --
Characteristics of 153 "works in a cotton mill" families, Fall River: Globe Village and Little Canada in Ward 1, 1870 --
Fall River, Lowell, and Lawrence, 1875: Persons employed in cotton goods --
Total population: Percentages of foreign-born in leading Massachusetts manufacturing cities, 1875 --
Comparative data on Fall River, Lowell, and Lawrence, 1870-1880 --
Southern competition and the Massachusetts cotton textile industry --
British immigration to the United States, 1840-1905.
Responsibility: Mary H. Blewett.

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A part narrative, part analytical reconstruction of the history of the New England textile industry during the 19th century. The author examines industrialization from the point of view of both  Read more...

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