The intimacy of paper in early and nineteenth-century American literature /
"The true scale of paper production in America from 1690 through the end of the nineteenth century was staggering, with a range of parties participating in different ways, from farmers growing flax to textile workers weaving cloth and from housewives saving rags to peddlers collecting them. Mak...
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|Amherst ; Boston : University of Massachusetts Press, 
|Studies in print culture and the history of the book.
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