Mechanics and Manufacturers in the Early Industrial Revolution: Lynn, Massachusetts, 1780-1860

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Bibliography

I. PRIMARY WORKS

A. Manuscripts

Lynn Historical Society. Israel Buffum. Account Book, 1806- 1837. Records of Buffum's earnings, price per pair of' shoes, names of' employers, schedule of' wage payment, types and value of commodities received.

-----. "Engine Company Returns," 1837. Names, location and members of" fire companies.

-----. "Records of Silver Grey Fire Association." Meeting Proceedings, names of officers and members.

-----. "Hutchinson Family Memorabilia."

-----. "Minutes of Meetings and By-Laws of Lynn Lyceum from 1831 to 1834." Includes names of officers, members, amount of dues.

-----. Journal, 1817- 1832 [by Joseph Lye]. Daily record of earnings, types of shoes made, price per pair, names of employers, wages received. Also includes occasional comments on social, political and religious issues.

Lynn City Hall. "Assessments and Taxes," for the years 1832, 1837, 1842, 1849, 1853 and 1860. Names of ratable polls, amount and value of personal and real property, taxes levied.

-----. "Inventories of Estates," for the years 1832, 1837, 1842, 1849, 1853 and 1860. Names of ratable polls and itemized inventory of real and personal property and assessed value.

City Clerk's Office, Lynn City Hall. "Lynn Fown Records, 1822-1835." Proceedings of town meetings.

Lynn Institution for Savings. Saving Deposit Records, 1826-1860. Names of depositors, dates of deposits and withdrawals.

Lynn Public Library. "Records of the Social Library in the Town of Lynn, 1818--October 9, 1847." Meeting proceedings, number of volumes, names of officers and members.

United States. Schedule of Manufactures, Seventh Census of the United States, 1850. Massachusetts State House. Names of shoe manufacturers, capital investment, number of male and female employees.

----- . Schedule of Manufactures, Eighth Census of the United States, 1860. Massachusetts State House.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Maps and Tables vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xv
  • 1. Lynn--The First Century 1
  • 2. Rise of the Shoe Industry 8
  • 3. a Community of Mechanics 28
  • 4. Rise of the Shoe Manufacturers 58
  • 5. the Shoemakers: Wages and Other Standards 77
  • 6. the Origins of Industrial Morality 100
  • 7. Lynn and the New Industrial Morality: "A Well-Regulated Republic in Miniature" 109
  • 8. Patterns of Mobility and Property Ownership 139
  • 9. the Formation of Class Consciousness: Experience and Ideology 164
  • 10. the Social Dimensions of the Class Experience 189
  • 11. the Great Shoemakers' Strike 222
  • Notes 234
  • Bibliography 256
  • Index 263
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