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Contact Us Subscribe to our mailing list. The towns of Winston and Salem merged together as Winston-Salem in In the late 's, Winston-Salem was an important marketing center for the popular bright-leaf tobacco grown throughout the region.
Winston-Salem held a large number of leaf drying houses and tobacco manufacturing facilities for locally grown tobacco. Prominent Winston-Salem tobacco makers of the era were R.
Reynolds, who later gained fame with Camel cigarettes, and the Hanes family, who later switched from tobacco manufacturing to textiles, producing their popular seamless stretch hosiery for women. The map indicates a population in of 4, and a population in of 14, It includes labeled streets, buildings and railroad routes. Features references to the following locations: Moravian Church. Baptist Church. Presbyterian Church. Centenary Methodist Church. Protestant Methodist Church.
Burkhead Methodist Church. Calvary Chapel, Moravian. Moravian Chapel. Catholic Church. Colored Churches. Waugh Town. Court House. Water Works. Salem Academy. Davis Military School. Graded Schools. Blair, Supt. Colored Graded School. Atkins, Principal. Buford, Agt. Roanoke S. Lankford, Auditor. Kearns, Agt. Hotel Quincy. Quincy, Prop. Jones House. Jones, Prop. Tobacco Mfrs. And North State Cigar Works. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Factories, 19 Leaf House, 20 Leaf Houses.
Leaf Houses. Merchants for Purchase of Leaf Tobacco. Tobacco Manufacturers. Bailey Bros. Manufacturer of Fine Plug Tobacco. Manufacturer of Tobaccos. Brown Bros. Farmers Ware House for the sale of Leaf Tobacco. Piedmont Tobacco Ware House. Leaf House. The Williamson Tobacco Co. Moseley, Dealer in Leaf Tobaccos.
Manufacturers of Plug and Twist Tobacco. Manufacturers of Tobaccos. Manufacturers of Fine Plug Tobaccos. Leaf Tobacco. Hodgin Bros. Walker Bros. Cotton Mill, F. Flouring Mill, F. Woolen Mill, F. Wood Work Machinery. Hough, Hosiery Manufactory. Fogle Bros. Planing Mill, Sash, Doors, etc. Miller Bros. Sash, Doors, etc. King, Coal, Ice and Bottler. Holland, Livery Stable. Wachovia National Bank. Lemly, Pres. Gray, Cash. Spach, Bros. Baity Bros. Hough, Photographer.
Vogler, Jeweler. Eugene E. Gray, Attorney. Johnson, Real Estate. Pendleton, Mgr. Stanton, Reg. Stanton, Millinery Store.
Buckley, Merchant Tailor. Church bet. Main St. Steam Broom Works. Hunter, Dentist. Hunter Blk. Church St. The Peoples Press. Vogler Res. Horton, Office over Wachovia National Bank.
Robah F. The Union Republican. Third St. North Carolina Furniture Co. First National Bank. Buxton, Pres. Alspaugh, Cash.
CUHK website. As profiled in several articles earlier on the website, many players in the once thriving HK enamelware industry in the ss had either shut down or relocated their operations to West Africa where in some cases they had moved into other industries. Lucky Enamelware Factory is one of the few which remains in business in HK today although its production had relocated to the mainland since the s. At I-Feng, he was responsible for production and managed the HK and Canton operations in addition to serving on the board of a paint factory in Shanghai. According to a news report from Singapore in the s, Lucky accounted for allegedly half of all HK enamelware exported to Singapore and Malaya.
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Chinese Manufactures. Early Hong Kong industries were characterized by large manufactories that employed machanized production and dominated by foreign capital. Chinese focused on businesses that adopted traditional techniques, including making preserved ginger, fruits, lard, paper, rattan furniture, leather or mercuric sulfide. In the early 20th century, Chinese began engaging in modern light industries. These small scale manufactories required little start-up capital, and adopts semi-mechanized operation.
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William Nicholson. By the same medium cameos of white enamel or coloured glass are often joined to a real stone as a ground, to produce the appearance of an onyx. Mastic is likewise used to cement false backs or doublets to stones, to alter their hue. The athanor furnace was peculiarly adapted to this purpose. Beside the usual parts, it was provided with a hollow tower, into which charcoal was put. The upper part of the tower, when filled, was closely shut by a well-fitted cover, and the lower part communicated with the fire-place of the furnace. The general composition of printers For nice purposes, the solution and crystallization of nitre aie repeated four Oils are distinguished into fixed or fat oils, which do not rise in distillation at the temperature of boiling water ; and volatile or essential oils, which do rise at that temperature. But if the centre of gravity of the beam be immediately below the fulcrum, the beam
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These, however, were on a small scale, and the quantity manufactured was but small. Many samples of tobacco grown and manufactured in the colony have been pronounced by competent judges equal to Virginian; but a very considerable prejudice exists against it. The reduction of the duties on foreign tobacco in the last session of the Council will probably retard the progress of the production and manufacture of this article; but with an abundance of labour there is no question that this branch of industry will be again profitably resorted to. The quantity of tobacco manufactured in was 1, cwt. Byrnes', at Paramatta. This establishment is very extensive, and is conducted by its enterprising proprietors on the true British principle. There was also a large manufactory at Maitland, but the works have been interfered with by a serious fire, which took place there some time back, and this accounts for the falling off in the production last year. The cloth principally manufactured in the colony is tweeds, and the quality has been much improved in the last few years. The quantity of cloth and tweeds manufactured in the colony in was , yards; in , , yards; in , , yards; in , , yards; in , , yards.
Appendix 3: The Clay Tobacco Pipes
The assemblage of clay tobacco pipe material recovered during the project is typical of assemblages from central Bristol. Only a small number of pipes of earlier date were recovered, and these were all residual within later contexts. Census records and other primary sources suggest that only one property within the bounds of the study site, 26 Wade Street, served as a pipe factory, although several pipemaking families and individuals resided within the area. The records list structures, such as 'ware-rooms', sheds and 'manufactories' to the rear of 26 Wade Street, parts of which may well have been recorded during the present excavations. Primary and secondary documentary sources consulted have also allowed us to examine in detail the pipemaking community of this area of St Jude's during the 19th century. Records reveal a very close-knit community, with frequent inter-marriage, and frequent relocation within the confines of the St Jude's area. Those employed in the industry included men, women and children, the oldest employed being 74 years of age. Most were probably working outside the home, at one of the fifty or so small, family-run 'manufactories' listed in the immediate area during the 19th century. Internet Archaeology is an open access journal.
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The History of the Yoshikawa Corp. The city of Tsubame in Japan 's snow country of Niigata is an area of traditional local industry that is the cornerstone of metal craftsmanship.
In , the numberof boats and tonnage is believed to be double thai of In the immense trade carried on by thesetoau, Louisville largely participates. The city is well supplied with hotels and boarding-houses of a high character. The professions of law, medicine, and divinity, are well filled with able and dis-tinguished men—there being, in the city, about one hundred lawyers, ninetyphysicians, and upwards of thirty ministers of the gospel.