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In 1750, the textile industry worked like this: Spinsters worked at their spinning wheels in their cottages. From time to time a broker would make the circuit of the cottages, buying up the spun thread and delivering it to weavers, who worked on hand looms in their cottages. The broker would then buy finished cloth from the weavers and carry it to town. By… (More)