HOUSES AS MUSEUMS: THE CASE OF THE YORKSHIRE WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRY

@article{Caunce2003HOUSESAM,
  title={HOUSES AS MUSEUMS: THE CASE OF THE YORKSHIRE WOOL TEXTILE INDUSTRY},
  author={S. Caunce},
  journal={Transactions of the Royal Historical Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={13},
  pages={329 - 343}
}
  • S. Caunce
  • Published 2003
  • Engineering
  • Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
Abstract Oakwell Hall, Birstall, Red House, Gomersal, and Bagshaw Museum, Batley, are three historic properties which lie at the heart of the old Yorkshire woollen manufacturing district, west of Leeds, where factory production emerged out of a dual economy that combined farming and making. Each effectively represents a key stage in that evolution. Here we examine how the real history of such houses, focusing especially on Red House, which epitomises the dynamic era when its owners helped build… Expand
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