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Fibrilia, a practical and economical substitute for cotton : embracing a full description of the process of cottonizing flax, hemp, jute, china grass, and other fibre, so that the same may be spun or woven upon either cotton or woolen machinery : together with a history of the growth and manufacture of wool, cotton, flax, etc., in Europe and America.

Author/Creator:
Allen, Stephen M. (Stephen Merrill), 1819-1894.
Publication:
Boston : L. Burnett and Co., 1861.
Format/Description:
Book
x, 182 p., [11] leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
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Other Title:
Fibrilia, a substitute for cotton.
Subjects:
Plant fibers.
Cotton textile industry -- United States -- History.
Textile industry -- United States -- History.
Notes:
Attributed to Stephen M. Allen.
Spine title: Fibrilia, a substitute for cotton.
OCLC:
166603492