History of manufactures in the United States. by Victor S. Clark

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Originally published 1929 by the Carnegie Institute of Washington.

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A history of American manufactures, from 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: to which is added, notes on the principal manufacturing centres, and remarkable manufactories at the present time.

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