Double Issue of Journal, Industrial Archaeology available soon

15 Jul 2016 4:09 PM | Christine R Henry (Administrator)
The forthcoming double issue of IA (Industrial Archeology) entitled: "Industry, Change, and Cultural Identity in New Bedford, Massachusetts" provides a multidisciplinary look into the transformation of this important New England port city and features both a forward and article by VAF member Kingston Heath

Table of Contents for IA 40, nos. 1 and 2

EDITORIAL

FOREWORD: Kingston Wm. Heath and Randall May Heath

ARTICLES ON THE THEME “INDUSTRY, CHANGE, AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN NEW BEDFORD, MASSACHUSETTS”

“From Whalers to Weavers: New Bedford’s Urban Transformation and Contested Identities” by Kingston Wm. Heath

“A Peculiarly Valuable Oil: Energy and the Ecology of Production on an Early American Whale Ship” by Bob Johnson

“New Bedford: Whale Oil Refining Capital” by Mark Foster

“The River and the Rail: The Industrial Evolution of the Port of New Bedford” by Michael Dyer

“Water Wealth: The Quest for Economic Revival and a Public Water Supply in Nineteenth-Century New Bedford, Massachusetts” by Arthur Motta

“Steam Mills in a Seaport: Power for the New Bedford Textile Industry” by Patrick M. Malone

“The Weave Sheds of New Bedford and their Place in American Industrial Architecture” by Charles Parrott

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