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bright-tobacco industry, 1860-1929.

Nannie M. Tilley

bright-tobacco industry, 1860-1929.

by Nannie M. Tilley

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Published by Arno Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia.,
  • North Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Tobacco -- Virginia,
    • Tobacco industry -- Virginia,
    • Tobacco -- North Carolina,
    • Tobacco industry -- North Carolina

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 697-714.

      SeriesTechnology and society
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB273 .T55 1972
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 754 p.
      Number of Pages754
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5286053M
      ISBN 100405047282
      LC Control Number72005079

      I brashly asked Dr. Nannie May Tilley, whose The Bright-Tobacco Industry, – () is the definitive text on the culture, to read my thesis. At the time, she was writing her history of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. BRIGHT TOBACCO In her book, The Bright Tobacco Industry, (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, , p., $), Nannie M. Tilley presents far more history and more history that is significant in

      Dana G. Card; The Bright Tobacco Industry, –, Nannie May Tilley. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Pp xiv, $, American Jo. The Bright-Tobacco Industry, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Writing Credits.

      tobacco industry in general, there is a definite lack of specific secondary material prior to the rise of the tobacco trusts in the late 's and early 's. The outstanding and most detailed source is Nannie Mae Tilley's The Bright Tobacco Industry () which cites the impor-. I brashly asked Dr. Nannie May Tilley, whose The Bright-Tobacco Industry, () is the definitive text on the culture, to read my thesis. At the time, she was writ ing her history of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Since tobacco was so intimately connected to my earliest physical and historical work and since Wolcott's recording of.


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The author 1860-1929. book many aspects of the industry and in conclusion surveys the effects of the introduction of greater capital into the Virginia-Carolina area.

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Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, Pp. xiv, $ - Volume 9 Issue 1 - Clarence H. DanhofAuthor: Clarence H. Danhof. The late Nannie M. Tilley was professor 1860-1929. book of history at East Texas State University and author of The Bright Tobacco Industry, Product details Paperback: pagesReviews: 2.

References: William K. Boyd, The Story of Durham: City of the New South (). Nannie M. Tilley, The Bright-Tobacco Industry, (). Early history Pre-Columbian America. Tobacco was first discovered by the native people of Mesoamerica and South America and later introduced to Europe and the rest of the world.

Tobacco had already long been used in the Americas by the time European settlers arrived and took the practice to Europe, where it became popular. Eastern North American tribes have historically carried tobacco in.

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Shipping Book. ByAbisha Slade was harvest pounds annually and making some of the highest profits ever.

Bright leaf tobacco led North Carolina to a dominant position in the tobacco industry. References: Nannie May Tilley, The Bright-Tobacco Industry, ().

The Cigar makers strike of New York lasted from mid-October until mid-February Ten thousand workers walked out at the height of the strike, demanding better wages, shorter hours and better working conditions, especially in the tenement manufacturing locations.

The strike was supported by the Cigar Makers International Union of America, local chapter In this corporate history of the R. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Nannie M. Tilley recounts the story of Richard Joshua Reynolds and the vast R. Reynolds tobacco complex with precision and ds's rise in the tobacco industry began in when he introduced saccharin as.

A specialist in southern history, she wrote and edited several books, including The Bright-Tobacco Industry, – (), Federals on the Frontier: The Diary of Benjamin F.

McIntyre, – (), and The R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company (). This last work, a volume of more than pages, was the first history of a major tobacco. “The use of tobacco is one of the most evident of all the retrograde influences of our time. It invades all classes, destroys social life, and is turning, in the words of.

Books By Nannie M. Tilley The Bright Tobacco Industry, Jan 1, by Nannie M. Tilley Hardcover. $ Paperback. $ (1) More Information Are you an author. Visit Author Central to change your photo, edit your biography, and more See. The Bright Tobacco Industry, This study is concerned with the cultivation, marketing, and manufacture of Bright Tobacco—technically called flue-cured tobacco—in the Virginia-Carolina area and its subsequent expansion into Georgia.

In this corporate history of the R. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Nannie M. Tilley recounts the story of Richard Joshua Reynolds and the vast R. Reynolds tobacco complex with precision and drama. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City Chapel Hill Donor bostonpubliclibrary.

An historical overview of the tobacco industry in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The Bright-Tobacco Industry, by Tilley, N. Call Number: C T57b. ByAbisha Slade was harvest pounds annually and making some of the highest profits ever.

Bright leaf tobacco led North Carolina to a dominant position in the tobacco industry. References: Nannie May Tilley, The Bright-Tobacco Industry, ().

This book is well written and should be read by all those con-cerned with the welfare of farmers in Western Canada. SOL SINCLAIR University of Manitoba The Bright Tobacco Industry,Nannie May Tilley. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, Pp xiv, $ This book is an interesting and enlightening history of one type.Newton Enterprise, May 3, ; Nannie May Tilley, The Bright-Tobacco Industry, (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ),hereinafter cited as Tilley, Bright-Tobacco Industry; Lefler and Newsome, North Carolina,Most of the small firms sought to supply tobacco products for local markets.The first local Cigar Makers' Union was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in by craftsmen who were opposed to the importation of low-cost laborers from Germany.

This was followed two or three years later by the establishment of a New York Cigarmakers' Union of about 70 members, mostly emigrants from England or Germany. This group quickly expanded in size to include about of the city's.