Genre : History
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ISBN_10 : STANFORD:36105000322516
Copyright Year : 1991
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📒 History Of Lowell by CHARLES COWLEY

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ISBN_10 : UOMDLP:afj7661:0001.001
Copyright Year : 1868
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📒 Cotton Was King by Arthur Louis Eno

Genre : Cotton manufacture
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ISBN_10 : UOM:35128000104792
Copyright Year : 1976
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ISBN_10 : BL:A0017994351
Copyright Year : 1868
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Genre : Lowell (Mass.)
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ISBN_10 : OCLC:1086638541
Copyright Year : 1897
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📒 History Of Lowell And Its People by Frederick W. Coburn

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Publisher : Aslan Press
ISBN_10 : 9781445580784
Copyright Year : 2010-04
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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Genre : Lowell (Me.)
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ISBN_10 : LCCN:93218686
Copyright Year : 1993
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📒 Illustrated History Of Lowell And Vicinity by Courier-Citizen Company (Lowell, Mass.)

Genre : Lowell (Mass.)
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ISBN_10 : OCLC:33352262
Copyright Year : 1897
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Genre : History
Publisher : Arcadia Publishing
ISBN_10 : 0738537608
Copyright Year : 2005
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From its birth in 1826, Lowell has thrived, declined, and been resurrected as a mill city. Today, it is celebrated for its rich history. These postcards from the 1890s to the 1940s display the energy of this industrial city and its native and immigrant population as it grew, built, worked, and played. Vintage cards capture both familiar mills along the Merrimack River and vanished businesses. Coupled with compelling narrative, they tell stories of a horse-drawn fire engine, textile mill workers, grand civic buildings, floods, and even the aftermath of an explosion.

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📒 The Lowell Experiment by Cathy Stanton

Genre : History
Publisher : Univ of Massachusetts Press
ISBN_10 : 1558495479
Copyright Year : 2006
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In the early nineteenth century, Lowell, Massachusetts, was widely studied and emulated as a model for capitalist industrial development. One of the first cities in the United States to experience the ravages of deindustrialization, it was also among the first places in the world to turn to its own industrial and ethnic history as a tool for reinventing itself in the emerging postindustrial economy. The Lowell Experiment explores how history and culture have been used to remake Lowell and how historians have played a crucial yet ambiguous role in that process. The book focuses on Lowell National Historical Park, the flagship project of Lowell's new cultural economy. When it was created in 1978, the park broke new ground with its sweeping reinterpretations of labor, immigrant, and women's history. It served as a test site for the ideas of practitioners in the new field of public history -- a field that links the work of professionally trained historians with many different kinds of projects in the public realm. The Lowell Experiment takes an anthropological approach to public history in Lowell, showing it as a complex cultural performance shaped by local memory, the imperatives of economic redevelopment, and tourist rituals -- all serving to locate the park's audiences and workers more securely within a changing and uncertain new economy characterized by growing inequalities and new exclusions. The paradoxical dual role of Lowell's public historians as both interpreters of and contributors to that new economy raises important questions about the challenges and limitations facing academically trained scholars in contemporary American culture. As a long-standing and well-known example of "culture-led re-development," Lowell offers an outstanding site for exploring questions of concern to those in the fields of public and urban history, urban planning, and tourism studies.

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