Oliver Chace

Oliver Chace (August 24, 1769 – May 21, 1852) was the founder of several New England textile manufacturing companies in the early 19th century, including the Valley Falls Company, the original antecedent of Berkshire Hathaway, currently one of the largest companies in the world.

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History Of Fall River, Massachusetts - Early Industrial Development (1811-1865)
... The first mill burned a few years later and was rebuilt and reorganized by Oliver Chace in 1813 ... That same year, Oliver Chace and others founded the Troy Cotton Woolen Manufactory in 1813, at the top end of the falls ... Originally from Swansea, Massachusetts, Chace had worked as a carpenter for Samuel Slater in his early years ...
Valley Falls Company
... The Valley Falls Company was founded in 1839 by Oliver Chace, in Valley Falls, Rhode Island, an historic mill village on both sides of the Blackstone River, within the modern-d ... Oliver Chace began his career as a carpenter working for pioneer industrialist Samuel Slater in Pawtucket, Rhode Island ... By 1839, Oliver Chace was a very successful figure in the rapidly developing textile industry ...
NCAA Men's Tennis Championship - Individual Champions - Doubles
... Hall, Oliver Campbell Columbia 1889 Oliver Campbell, A.E ... Winslow Harvard 1893 Malcolm Chace, C.R ... Budlong Brown 1894 Malcolm Chace, Arthur E ...
Oliver Chace's Thread Mill
... Oliver Chace's Thread Mill is an historic mill building at 505 Bay Street in Fall River, Massachusetts ... The building was constructed by Oliver Chace in 1840 as part of the adjacent Chace Thread Mill ...
Oliver Chace - See Also
... Oliver Chace's Thread Mill Valley Falls Company History of Fall River, Massachusetts Elizabeth Buffum Chace ...

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