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William Gregg, factory master of the Old South.
|LC Classifications||CT275.G774 M5 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 331 p.|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||66018028|
Search individuals in the Geneanet Genealogy Library. Help and Frequently Asked Questions. Gregg's views are presented in his Essays on Domestic Industry (). Broadus Mitchell deals with Gregg and the economic background in William Gregg, Factory Master of the Old South () and The Rise of Cotton Mills in the South (; with a new introduction by the author, ).
Mitchell published works on the economic history of the South, including ``The Rise of Cotton Mills in the South`` (), ``William Gregg, Factory Master of the Old South. In the eighteenth-century British Empire and the antebellum South, slaves were concentrated in domestic service and rural enterprises like agriculture and ironworks. I argue that employers in these sectors chose to employ slaves rather than free labor because they faced especially high turnover costs—that is, costs of searching for a worker Cited by:
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William Gregg was a lovable old gentleman who did most of his work before the Civil War and who is still a tradition in the village which he built up in South Caro-lina.
Until he is better known throughout the South and the nation he will not have received his due. Gregg was born in Virginia (the part now called West Virginia) in.
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Chartered by the South Carolina General Assembly in Decemberthe Graniteville Company was one of the earliest and most successful textile manufacturing operations in the South. You might try to find the book "William Gregg Factory Master of the Old South" by Broadus Mitchell. It's very hard to find.
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DAVID L. CARLTON is an associate professor of history at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the author of Mill and Town in South Carolina, Carlton lives in Nashville. show more/5(4). Mitchell wrote numerous books on the economic history of the South, including The rise of Cotton Mills in the South (), William Gregg, Factory Master of the Old South (), and The Industrial Revolution of the South ().
His book Frederick Law Olmsted, a critic of the Old South reviews in hindsight. The Graniteville factory commenced operations in and quickly became one of the most successful textile factories in the entire South.
Manufacturer, industrial promoter. Gregg was born on February 2,in Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia), the son of William Gregg and Elizabeth Webb. William Gregg. American manufacturer William Gregg () was known as the father of the textile industry of the South.
William Gregg was born in Monongalia County, Va., on Feb. 2, American manufacturer William Gregg () was known as the father of the textile industry of the South. William Gregg was born in Monongalia County, Va., on Feb.
2, His mother died. Gregg's biographer, economic historian Broadus Mitchell, called the industrialist "the South's first great bourgeois, the forerunner of a new era." Most historical information written about Graniteville Mill is dominated by praise for William Gregg.1 While the scholarship 'See Broadus Mitchell.
William Gregg: Factory Master ofthe Old Size: 1MB. Start studying AP US History Chapter 11 Flashcards. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Mitchell wrote numerous books on the economic history of the South, including The rise of Cotton Mills in the South (), William Gregg, Factory Master of the Old South (), and The Industrial Revolution of the South ().
His book Frederick Law Olmsted, a critic of the Old South reviews in hindsight the prescient feature stories the young Olmsted wrote based on a tour through the southern states.
William Gregg ( – Septem ) was an ardent advocate of industrialization in antebellum Southern United States. In he founded the successful Graniteville Company, a large scale Horse Creek Valley, South Carolina cotton mill.
Gregg publicized his ideas in his Essays on Domestic argued that economic domination by the North was best met by Southern.Planting a Capitalist South: Masters, Merchants, and Manufacturers in the Southern Interior, – Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, Martin, Thomas P., ed.
“The Advent of William Gregg and the Graniteville Company.” Journal of Southern History 11 .The collection consists of some papers related to Broadus Mitchell's research for his published work, William Gregg, Factory Master of the Old South () as well as some of Mitchell's biographical materials and letters.
The collection includes a letter written by Mitchell, dated Jto Mrs. R.C. Chafee, the daughter of William Gregg, from whom Mitchell had received permission to.