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1910, the city's largest employer, the American Printing Company (APC) employed 6,000 people, and was the largest printer of cotton cloth in the world ... In 1924, following the example of some other large northern mills, the American Printing Company built a new plant at Kingsport, Tennessee, and began moving ... The once mighty American Printing Company finally closed its Fall River mills for good in 1934 ...
... 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 ... It was a major setback for the company, as the final arrangements for insurance were in the process of being completed when the fire happened ...
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