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History Of Fall River, Massachusetts - Early Industrial Development (1811-1865) - Cloth Printing
... Andrew Robeson, 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, uncle of Colonel Richard ... the leadership of the Borden family, the American Print Works (later known as the American Printing Company) would become the largest and most important textile company in the city, employing thousands ...
American Printing Company (Fall River Iron Works) - American Print Works
... 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 ...
List Of Mills In Fall River, Massachusetts - Non-extant Mills
... Street Fall River granite Switched to print cloth production in 1858 ... J J Corrugated Box Company (later part of Quaker Fabrics) 3 American Print Works original complex 1867 ... Water Street original complex begun in 1835 and expanded until 1867, when it was destroyed by. 1917) later Frito-Lay Quality Outlets demolished for new retail development 9 Bay State Print Works 1867 Globe Street (aka Tiverton Print Works) site of Globe Yarn Mills destroyed ...
Windsor Print Works
... Windsor Print Works is a historic site at 121 Union Street in North Adams, Massachusetts, which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1973 ... Founded by Caleb Turner in 1829, the Windsor Print Works was the first in Western Massachusetts ... Currently, the Windsor Print Works is used for light manufacturing and arts-related businesses, including galleries ...
North Adams, Massachusetts - History
... for the construction of mill machines marble works wagon and sleigh-makers and an ironworks, which provided the pig iron for armor plates on the Civil War ship, the Monitor ... During the next four decades, Arnold Print Works became one of the world's leading manufacturers of printed textiles ... falling cloth prices and the lingering effects of the Great Depression forced Arnold Print Works to close its Marshall Street operation in 1942, consolidating at smaller ...

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