The Economy of Kent, 1640-1914

The Economy of Kent, 1640-1914

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Studies of Kent's economic history confirm the industrial revolution to have been less cataclysmic and more widespread then formerly accepted.Similarly, the engineering workshops made use of a wide range of craftsmen: lathe operators, pattern makers, ... the vast army of manual and administrative workers who were required for the day-to-day running of the passenger and freightanbsp;...

Title:The Economy of Kent, 1640-1914
Author:Alan Armstrong
Publisher:Boydell Press - 1995


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