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The Mills Brothers Biography & History AllMusic

Find The Mills Brothers biography and history on AllMusic An astonishing vocal group that grew into one of An astonishing vocal group that grew into one of the longest-lasting oldies acts in American popular music, the Mills Brothers quickly moved from novelty wonders to pop successes and continued amazing audiences for decades. . Originally billed as "Four Boys and a Guitar," the group''s

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Role of the Massachusetts Textile Mills in the Industrial

3 thoughts on " Role of the Massachusetts Textile Mills in the Industrial Revolution " Val Allport May 23, 2017 at 7:15 pm Whilst following my Family History I found part of my family who emigrated in 1910 to New Bedford. They were Cotton Weavers e.t.c from

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The History of the Columbia Mills Records Relating To

The mills had a checkered and ultimately unsuccessful history. The Columbia Mills nonetheless reflect an important period of industrial innovation in milling. The system of continuous automation in grist mills was invented in the United States by Oliver Evans in 1787.

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Mill The Mill Museum The Windham Textile and

She remained in the mills for twelve years, until 1848, when at the age of 23, she left to marry William Stevens Robinson (1818-76), a poorly paid abolitionist newspaper reporter. While at the mills, Harriet wrote for The Lowell Offering, a literary magazine managed by the "mill " themselves.

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History of Windmills

History of Windmills Windmills represent one of the key pieces of technology that enabled our ancestors to transform the power of the wind into a physical force that can be used for countless things, from most traditional jobs such as grinding grains and moving water, to

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History & Traditions Mills College

Our History Mills was founded in 1852 as the Young Ladies'' Seminary in Benicia, California—two years after California became a state. In 1865, missionaries Susan and Cyrus Mills (champions for equal education for women) bought the seminary and renamed it Mills College.

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Mills

Mills (surname), a common family name of English or Gaelic origin Mills (given name) Mills, a fictional British secret agent in a trilogy by writer Manning O''Brine

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Victorian Cotton Mills

An online encyclopedia of British history for children. Lancashire''s damp climate made it perfect for keeping cotton yarns moist and unlikely to break so it became the centre of the industrial revolution in Britain.Lots of people moved away from the countryside to work in the mills.

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The State: The history of Omro: Mills, factories, and shops

Mills, factories, and shops, pp. 113-116 Page 116 116 makers in the State. The quality of their work was first-class. In cutter making they took the lead, turning out more than any other manufacturer in Wisconsin. They built all the latest

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List of types of mill

End mill, a type of milling cutter used in milling in the machining sense Expeller pressing (also called oil pressing) Hammermill, a mill using little hammers to crush the material IsaMill, an energy-efficient mineral industry grinding mill that was jointly developed in

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The History of the Circular Saw York Saw & Knife Co, Inc.

But, history has proven he used circular saw blades in his mills. Like many inventions of the time, the circular saw was a concept developed similarly and independently throughout parts of the developing world. All these stories of the circular saw''s rise in Europe

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History of Windmills

History of Windmills Windmills represent one of the key pieces of technology that enabled our ancestors to transform the power of the wind into a physical force that can be used for countless things, from most traditional jobs such as grinding grains and moving water, to

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Meaning, origin and history of the surname Mills

· Mills Surname Popularity Related Names Related Comments Namesakes Save Type Surname (from occupation) Usage English Pronounced Pron. MILZ [key · IPA] Meaning & History Originally given to one who lived near a mill or who worked in a mill, frommille.

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History of the steel industry (1850–1970)

The history of the modern steel industry began in the late 1850s; steel has become a staple of the world''s industrial economy. This article is intended only to address the business, economic and social dimensions of the industry, since the bulk production of steel began as a result of Henry Bessemer ''s development of the Bessemer converter, in 1857.

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Textile Mills: Industrial Revolution & History

· This type of mill would be replicated all over the world throughout the coming century. The need for water-power meant that many mills popped up along rivers and waterways.

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The Mills Brothers Biography & History AllMusic

Find The Mills Brothers biography and history on AllMusic An astonishing vocal group that grew into one of An astonishing vocal group that grew into one of the longest-lasting oldies acts in American popular music, the Mills Brothers quickly moved from novelty wonders to pop successes and continued amazing audiences for decades. . Originally billed as "Four Boys and a Guitar," the group''s

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Textile Mills: Industrial Revolution & History

· This type of mill would be replicated all over the world throughout the coming century. The need for water-power meant that many mills popped up along rivers and waterways.

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Mills Digital Collections: The History of Cuca Records,

Mills Music Library Digital Collections Home Search Browse Help UWDC Filzen, Sarah / The History of Cuca Records, 1959-1973 : a Case Study of an Independent Record Company (1998)

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The History of the Hand Grenade

· Mills Bomb The first safe (for the person throwing it) grenade was the Mills bomb, invented by English engineer and designer William Mills in 1915. Mills bomb incorporated some design elements of a Belgian self-igniting grenade, however, he added safety enhancements and upgraded its

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Saggart

The mills underwent redevelopment and expansion over the years: the old, lower mill was refurbished in 1795, and a second upper mill was added in the mid-nineteenth century. Apparently named after the former Dean of St Patrick''s, Jonathan Swift, in whose prebendary Saggart was located, the mills were to become a major employer in the village over the next two centuries.

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Charles Mills (historian)

Mills was a follower of Edward Gibbon. His first work, An History of Muhammedanism (London, 1817, 2nd edit. 1818), had been seen in manuscript by Sir John Malcolm, who supported its publication, and in the revision by loans from his own library. It was translated into

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Victorian Cotton Mills

An online encyclopedia of British history for children. Lancashire''s damp climate made it perfect for keeping cotton yarns moist and unlikely to break so it became the centre of the industrial revolution in Britain.Lots of people moved away from the countryside to work in the mills.

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C. Wright Mills, The Sociological Imagination, 1959

of history." (Mills, p.167). He considered that "the liberals and the radicals of the modern period have generally been men who believed in the rational making of history and of his own biography by the free individual." (Mills, p.167) This pattern of thought was th

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The city of Durham: Rivers, bridges and mills British

· RIVER, BRIDGES AND MILLS The River Wear, one of the most important physical features that influenced the development of Durham, did not always follow its present course. Formerly after flowing from Shincliffe Bridge north-westward to Maiden Castle Wood, instead of taking a turn to the north-east, as it now does, it skirted the northern slope of Maiden Castle and took a U-shaped curve back to

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The History of Mills

The first American power loom was constructed in 1813 by a group of Boston merchants headed by Francis Cabot Lowell. Soon textile mills dotted the rivers of New England transforming the landscape, the economy, and the people. Initially, mill work was performed by daughters of local

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The Mills of Early America AMERICAN HERITAGE

The Dutch erected windmills in Manhattan in 1640 and the idea spread to Long Island, where the mills pumped sea water into large vats for the manufacture of salt. Although wind-powered mills were designed for riverless areas, they had an advantage over water

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Greenwood Mills, Inc. -

Company History: Greenwood Mills, Inc. is one of the oldest, most successful textile businesses in the United States. Part of the company''s success, and what distinguishes Greenwood Mills from many other companies within the United States, is that the firm''s management has cultivated a work force of uncommon stability.

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Lowell mills

The Lowell mills were 19th-century textile mills that operated in the city of Lowell, Massachusetts, which was named after Francis Cabot Lowell; he introduced a new manufacturing system called the "Lowell system", also known as the "Waltham-Lowell system".

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Mk II (Mills Grenade / Mills Bomb)

· The Mills Bomb existed in several notable forms beginning with the No. 5 model of 1915. This early form featured a time delay of seven seconds which proved to be too long, often having thrown grenade lobbed back at friendly positions. It was also designed for use

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Features & articles The Mills Archive

The Mills Archive was established in 2002 as a permanent repository for historical and contemporary material on traditional mills and milling. It has rescued over 2 million documents and images that might otherwise have ended up in a landfill site. Find out more

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The State: The history of Omro: Mills, factories, and shops

Mills, factories, and shops, pp. 113-116 Page 116 116 makers in the State. The quality of their work was first-class. In cutter making they took the lead, turning out more than any other manufacturer in Wisconsin. They built all the latest

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The city of Durham: Rivers, bridges and mills British

· RIVER, BRIDGES AND MILLS The River Wear, one of the most important physical features that influenced the development of Durham, did not always follow its present course. Formerly after flowing from Shincliffe Bridge north-westward to Maiden Castle Wood, instead of taking a turn to the north-east, as it now does, it skirted the northern slope of Maiden Castle and took a U-shaped curve back to

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The History and Design of Milling Machines

· THE HISTORY Milling machines were originally developed to speed up hand-filing. They first appeared in the early 1800s (1814-1818), although it''s difficult to trace the exact history due to the fact that there was a lot of development going on in small shops at the time.

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History and Tchnology fo Watermills

History and Technology of Watermills The History of Watermills The first documented use of watermills was in the first century BC and the technology spread quite quickly across the world. Commercial mills were in use in Roman Britain and by the time of the

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Harry Mills, the ''personality kid'' of the singing Mills

· BURBANK, Calif. -- Harry Mills, the ''personality kid'' of the singing Mills Brothers, was eulogized Saturday as an entertainer who won friends worldwide with his

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Meaning, origin and history of the surname Mills

· Mills Surname Popularity Related Names Related Comments Namesakes Save Type Surname (from occupation) Usage English Pronounced Pron. MILZ [key · IPA] Meaning & History Originally given to one who lived near a mill or who worked in a mill, frommille.

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History and Tchnology fo Watermills

History and Technology of Watermills The History of Watermills The first documented use of watermills was in the first century BC and the technology spread quite quickly across the world. Commercial mills were in use in Roman Britain and by the time of the

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Mk II (Mills Grenade / Mills Bomb)

· The Mills Bomb existed in several notable forms beginning with the No. 5 model of 1915. This early form featured a time delay of seven seconds which proved to be too long, often having thrown grenade lobbed back at friendly positions. It was also designed for use

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Mills

There does not appear to be a common factor among the associations of the few. known Romano-British watermills. Anglo-Saxon watermills were frequently associated. with high status sites. Medieval watermills were associated with a wide range of. contemporary sites.

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Mills The Mills Archive

Look for mills using the search feature, or explore our featured mills. You can filter by type, function, location etc by using the search feature. Each mill has a profile page with links to all related items in the archive and library. We are adding to the database all.

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