Textile producers and production in late seventeenth century Coromandel

  title={Textile producers and production in late seventeenth century Coromandel},
  author={Joseph J. Brennig},
  journal={Indian Economic \& Social History Review},
  pages={333 - 355}
  • Joseph J. Brennig
  • Published 1 December 1986
  • History, Economics
  • Indian Economic & Social History Review
divisions within the important Dutch and English factory records, yet these regions are too diverse and extensive for the close examination of the abundant records available in the late seventeenth century. In an attempt to get closer to the information on industry, always partial and scattered, this study considers only a portion of the Coromandel Coast, the Godavari and Krishna deltas of northern Coromandel. European factory records for northern Coromandel in the late seventeenth century are… 

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