Creating the Modern South: Millhands and Managers in Dalton, Georgia, 1884-1984

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgments xv
Introduction xxi
Beginnings: The Crown Cotton Mill of Dalton, 18841
PART I THE ORIGINS OF INDUSTRY, 1865-1900
1. An Economic Reconstruction 9
2. Dalton's Industrial Resolution 36
3. Patterns of Protest 56
PART II CREATING THE CROWN MILL COMMUNITY, 1900-1919
4. Managing Growth 79
5. Labor in Short Supply 97
6. The Creation of Mill-Village Paternalism 120
PART III THE FAMILY AND THE FEUD, 1920-1939
7. The Crown Mill Family 145
8. Makin' Do: Survival on Cotton-Mill Time 169
9. The Great Depression and the Union 188
10. Torn Asunder: The Strike of 1939209

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