Wool industry--Virginia--19th century
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Account books, 1842-1876, of Rev. Daniel Thomas (a Dunkard minister) of Rockingham County, Virginia and his administrator. Includes agreement, 1850, to discontinue the carding of wool, prescriptions for the treatment of disease, letter written to the Gospel Visitor Church of the Brethren's failure to meet; the expenses of Spring Creek Mill; estate accounts; and account concerning the building of a house.
Journal, 1852-1857, of [?] Teawalt, Cedar Point [Mill], containing accounts for wool carding and dyeing. Per 1850 census, many customers from Shenandoah County, Virginia.