This report provides a detailed statistical analysis of various industries in Massachusetts in the mid-19th century, including cotton and woolen manufacturing, iron and steel production, and paper and printing. Palfrey and the Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth drew on a wide range of sources, including census data and industry reports, to compile this comprehensive and authoritative survey of the state’s industrial landscape.
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