AMERICAN PAPER MILLS, 1690-1832
Describes more than 500 paper mills on the basis of census records, archival sources, local histories, and watermark evidence and traces economic developments and technological changes in the American paper trade from the colonial period to the industrial era. Illus.
Size: 8¼x10¼ inches
Item #: 278579X
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