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... Fall River profited well from the American Civil War and was in a fine position to take advantage of the prosperity that followed ... The American Print Works was set to open a new factory in 1867, when a disastrous fire occurred ... However, the American Print Works was soon rebuilt in 1868, bigger and better than it was before ...
... arrived from New Bedford and established the first Print Works in the City, a segment of the industry that Fall River would in later years come to dominate ... The American Print Works was established in 1835 by Holder Borden, nephew of Colonel Richard ... In the 1840s, the railroad would be extended to the Print Works site, adjacent to the steamship pier with regular service to Providence and New York City ...
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