Fibres, Yarns and the Invention of the Spinning Jenny

Open the link below for John Styles’ paper ‘Fibres, Yarns and the Invention of the Spinning Jenny’, written for the session ‘Popularizing Fabrics and Clothing, 17th to 19th centuries: Materiality, Value Formation and Technology’ at the World Economic History Congress, Boston, USA, 29 July to 3 August, 2018.

Styles-Spinning-jenny-WEHC-2018-2.pdf

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5 Responses to Fibres, Yarns and the Invention of the Spinning Jenny

  1. Businesscrj says:

    from lat. manus – “hand” and scribo – “I write”) ]

  2. Flashpaqohp says:

    mostly in monasteries.

  3. Visionldz says:

    multiplies (see also article

  4. BlackVuevnd says:

    from lat. manus – “hand” and scribo – “I write”) ]

  5. Mojavekek says:

    secular brotherhoods of scribes.

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