Culture Change and the New Technology An Archaeology of the Early American Industrial Era
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Copyright year: 1996
Publication date: 7/31/1996
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction. Industry and Interpreting the Past|
|"At the Mercy of the Capitalist"|
|"The Most Eligible Spot on the Whole River": Harpers Ferry - The Early Years|
|"Under a Malign Influence": Factory Discipline, Political Factionalism, Corruption, and the New Technology|
|"Their Little Gardens": Landscapes in an Armory Town|
|"Customs and Habits Interwoven with the Very Fibers of Things": Consumerism among Armory Households|
|"Oh! Let Oppression's Hand Be Stay'd": The Transformation from Craft to Wage Labor|
|"Home ...! Refuge from Sadness"|
|Interviews with Armory Workers, 1842|