"Smith College Studies in History (Vol. XXXIII - 1948): Arms Makers of the Connecticut Valley - A Regional Study of the economic Development of the Small Arms Industry, 1798-1870"

"Smith College Studies in History (Vol. XXXIII - 1948): Arms Makers of the Connecticut Valley - A Regional Study of the economic Development of the Small Arms Industry, 1798-1870"

By: "Dayrup, Felicia Johnson"

Price: $139.95

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Book Condition: VERY GOOD+


"Tight, yellowed, clean interior, light age soil to exterior, square. Edges of tan soft paper cover have folded causing a 1/4"" rip at bottom of spine hinge. 289 pages. Doctoral Thesis with narratives, data lists and bibliography on New England arms manufacturers. ""This study was made during World War II and as a result certain papers, most notably the Colt Collection at the CHS, were closed. Thus the work cannot be considered definitive. Nevertheless, it is a first-class scholarly study, with full apparatus. It includes numerous charts and graphs of the economics of arms manufacturing. The small-arms industry is defined as “factory production of weapons carried on the person.” (p.7n) The study covers the Valley from New Haven(CT) north to Springfield (MA), and includes Norwich(CT)."" GUNS"

Title: "Smith College Studies in History (Vol. XXXIII - 1948): Arms Makers of the Connecticut Valley - A Regional Study of the economic Development of the Small Arms Industry, 1798-1870"

Author Name: "Dayrup, Felicia Johnson"

Categories: USA,

Publisher: "Northampton, MA", Smith College: 1948

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: VERY GOOD+

lb: 2.10 lb

Seller ID: 89H001

Keywords: "BUSINESS, FINANCE & ECONOMICS" "Shooting, Gun, Connecticut, CT" "HISTORY / United States / State & Local / New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT)",