English Industries of the Middle Ages

L. F. Salzmann

Series: European Political, Economic, and Security Issues
BISAC: HIS037010

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This book, originally published in 1913, makes no pretense to be a complete history of the early industrial life of England, but at the same time it does claim to be an introduction to the study of that subject and provides more than a bare outline of industrial conditions in pre-Elizabethan days. Student who are anxious to go more deeply into the subjects here treated can use this book as a road map and the footnotes as finger-posts to guide themselves to the heights of completer knowledge.

Preface

Chapter 1. Mining—Coal

Chapter 2. Mining—Iron

Chapter 3. Mining—Lead and Silver

Chapter 4. Mining—Tin

Chapter 5. Quarrying—Stone, Marble, Alabaster, Chalk

Chapter 6. Metal-Working

Chapter 7. Pottery—Tiles, Bricks

Chapter 8. Clothmaking

Chapter 9. Leather Working

Chapter 10. Brewing—Ale, Beer, Cider

Chapter 11. The Control of Industry

Index

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