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Inman Mills

Inman Mills

William H. Johnson (March 18, 1901 - 1970)- one of the greatest American artists of the 20th century

March 2015 Today In History ‘William Henry Johnson, painter, was born in Florence, SC, on this date March Johnson became the first Black artist to receive a “Retrospective” by the.

Ware Shoals Mill, South Carolina-some of my father's sibling never left this area and worked in this cotton mill and lived in mill owned housing.

Ware Shoals Mill, South Carolina-some of my father's sibling never left this area and worked in this cotton mill and lived in mill owned housing.

Tucker, Barbara, Samuel Slater & the Origins of the American Textile Industry, 1790-1860. 1984 - Google Search

Child Labor in America. Unknown girl at the Whitnell Cotton Mill, North Carolina. Photographs of Child Labor by Lewis W.

South Carolina State  Agriculture: Tobacco, poultry, cattle, dairy products, soybeans, hogs.  Industry: Textile goods, chemical products, paper products, machinery, tourism

South Carolina State Agriculture: Tobacco, poultry, cattle, dairy products, soybeans, hogs. Industry: Textile goods, chemical products, paper products, machinery, tourism

Dobby weave, copper wire warp with VHS tape weft by American textile designer Katie Logue. via the designer's site

Dobby weave, copper wire warp with VHS tape weft by American textile designer Katie Logue

Atherton Cotton Mill, Charlotte, North Carolina

The Incredible History of Charlotte’s Atherton Mill Might Surprise You

Neeley Manufacturing Company, York, South Carolina

South Carolina Factories and Jobs Lost - Page 1

On June 7th, 1929, violence erupted in Gastonia, North Carolina, when Gastonia police chief Orville Aderholt visited a camp that the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) had organized for workers on strike from Gastonia's Loray Mill. When the violence ended, Aderholt was dead and seventy-one people were detained for questioning. This month, Documenting the American South remembers the painful, contentious events of 1929 by highlighting materials from its collection which focus on issues of…

On June 7th, 1929, violence erupted in Gastonia, North Carolina, when Gastonia police chief Orville Aderholt visited a camp that the National Textile Workers Union (NTWU) had organized for workers on strike from Gastonia's Loray Mill. When the violence ended, Aderholt was dead and seventy-one people were detained for questioning. This month, Documenting the American South remembers the painful, contentious events of 1929 by highlighting materials from its collection which focus on issues of…

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