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History of the granite industry of New England

Arthur Wellington Brayley

History of the granite industry of New England

by Arthur Wellington Brayley

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Published by Pub. by authority of the National Association of Granite Industries of the United States in Boston, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Granite -- New England.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesLibrary of American civilization -- LAC 20085.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17570971M


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History of the Granite Industry of New England, Two Volumes. Boston, MA: National Association of Granite Industries of the United States, First edition. Cloth over Boards. Small quarto, pp (volume 1) pp (volume 2); both volumes illustrated with full page b/w photographs. Both volumes in al bindings.

Definitive first-edition book on the history of Cape Ann (Rockport and Gloucester, MA) granite. Over 65 dramatic photos and also map depiction of locations of quarries and motions, mid ss. Read about the plethora of stone pits and businesses, hand and pneumatic tools, transportation and shipping vessels, immigrant ethnicities, labor /5(4).

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HISTORY OF THE GRANITE INDUSTRY OF NEW ENGLAND BY ARTHUR W. BRAYLEY. Author of "Schools and Schoolboys of Old Boston"; "Bakers and Baking in Massachusetts".

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According to GIV, the cousins launched Valz Granite Company inbut this date is contradicted by Arthur W.

Brayley's definitive book History of the Granite Industry of New England, published in Brayley lists Constantino's birth date as Octowhich would make him less than 20 years of age, and his cousin (born on September.

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Considered the highest quality building stone of its time. From the book: “The ledge stone was a medium gray granite with an even pattern of feldspar and hornblende, and it gleamed with quartz and mica.

Later, tests were to reveal the granite as the strongest in New England.” Erkkila p. Places/structures where Cape Ann Granite were used:Reviews: 4. Rise of the Vermont Granite Industry In the s, Vermont’s early settlers discovered deposits of granite in the ground and started using the stone as a building material.

Soon, granite gained popularity across the country and the state’s stone industry grew rapidly. Brayley, Arthur Wellington, History of the Granite Industry of New England, (Boston, MA, ), pg. The Babcock Smith House Museum, “The Granite Connection” Pamphlet.

Lementowicz, Anthony Jr., “Labor’s Eden: Worker Protest in Westerly Granite. The early history of Massachusetts can be traced to around to billion years ago in the Mesoproterozoic Era of the Precambrian with some of the oldest rocks in the state situated in the is now the western edge of the state was at the time the continental margin of the proto-North American continent Grenville orogeny significantly altered many rocks through.

I found this book,History of the Granite Industry of New England () onso far have found no mentionof Redstone but there may be otther items of interest to some of you elsewhere in the book.