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The Cotton Textile Industry in Antebellum North Carolina, Part II: An Era of Boom and Consolidation, 1830-1860

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This article is the second and last in a series on the cotton textile industry in antebellum North Carolina. This installment focuses on the evolution of cotton textile production as an industrialized factory process, as well as on the contributions of particular innovators and companies to the industry such as Henry Humphreys, the Franklinville Manufacturing Company, and Hugh S. Parks among others. An appendix attached to the article lists all North Carolina cotton mills between 1830 and 1865.
North Carolina Historical Review (NoCar F251 .N892), Vol. 34 Issue 2, April 1957, p131-164, il, por, f