HOME LIFE IN COLONIAL DAYS. A. M. Earle. Macmillan, 1899.

COTTON SPINNING. E. Marsden. Macmillan, 1895.

WOOLEN SPINNING. Chas. Vickerman. Macmillan, 1894.

HOW WE ARE CLOTHED. Chamberlain. Macmillan, 1904.

TEXTILE FIBRES. Matthews. Wiley, 1904.

THE DOMESTIC SHEEP. Stewart. American Sheep Breeder Press, Chicago, 1900.

THE DYEING OF TEXTILE FABRICS. Hummel. Cassell, 1893.

THE STORY OF THE COTTON PLANT. F. Wilkinson. Appleton, 1899.

FIRST STEPS IN HUMAN PROGRESS. F. Starr. Chautauquan Association, New York, 1901.

WOMAN'S SHARE IN PRIMITIVE CULTURE. O. T. Mason. Appleton, 1899.

THE ORIGINS OF INVENTION. O. T. Mason. Scribner, 1899.

SPINNING. Annie Garnett. Bowness, Westmoreland, England.

WEAVING. Katherine F. Steiger. Hart Bros, Rochester, N. Y., 1907.

TEXTILES AND CLOTHING. Kate H. Watson. American School of Home Economics, Chicago.

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS: Department of Agriculture. Supt. of Documents, Washington. Office of Fibre Investigation.

TECHNICAL BOOKS OF THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS, Chicago.

TEXTILE FIBRES OF COMMERCE. Hannan. Griffis, London, 1902.

SILK INDUSTRY IN AMERICA. L. P. Brockett. Van Nostrand, 1876.

SILK MANUFACTURE. Gilroy. Harper, 1845.

SILK CULTURE IN CALIFORNIA. Carrie Williams. Whitaker, 1902.

AN INSTRUCTIVE BOOK IN THE ART OF SILK CULTURE, compiled by the Women's Silk Culture Association of the United States at Philadelphia, 1882.

SILK IN AMERICA. W. C. Wyckoff. Van Nostrand, 1879.

LINEN - HOW IT GROWS. National Flax Fibre Company, 1900.

LINEN TRADE, ANCIENT AND MODERN. Warden. Longmans, 1864.

WOOL SPINNING. W. S. McLaren. Cassell, 1899.

WOOL MANUFACTURE. Beaumont. George Bell, London, 1890.

ANIMAL PRODUCTS. P. L. Simmonds. Chapman & Hall, London, 1877.

THE STRUCTURE OF THE WOOL FIBRE. F. H. Bowman. Palmer & Howe, Manchester 1885.

COTTON WEAVING. F. Marsden. George Bell, London, 1895.

THE MECHANISM OF WEAVING. J. W. Fox. Macmillan, 1894.

WEAVING AND DESIGNING. Ashen-hurst. Simpkin, London, 1879.

STUDENTS' COTTON SPINNING. Joseph Nasmith. Van Nostrand, 1892.

FLAX, TOW AND JUTE SPINNING. Peter Sharp. Simpkin, London, 1882.

LOOM AND SPINDLE - Life among the Early Mill Girls, introduction by C. D. Wright. Robinson. Crowell, 1898.

PRACTICE IN FINISHING. Greene. Textile Record, Philadelphia, 1886.

PRIMITIVE FRAME FOR WEAVING NARROW FABRICS. O. T. Mason. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1901.

PRIMITIVE TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION. O. T. Mason.

MAN BEFORE METALS. Joly. Apple-ton, 1883.

PRIMITIVE CULTURE. Tylor. Holt,

1888

ANTHROPOLOGY. Tylor, Appleton, 1881. MAN AND HIS WORK. Herbertson. Adam Black, London, 1899.

HISTORY OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURES. Bishop. Edward Young, 1868. THE COTTON INDUSTRY. Hammond.

Macmillan, 1898. COTTON FIELD TO COTTON MILL.

Thompson. Macmillan, 1906. PRINCIPLES OF DYEING. Love. Baird,

London, 1896. WEAVING. Todd. Rand, McNally, 1902. WOOL. COTTON, SILK. E. A. Posselt.

The Author, 1901. WOOL DYEING, 2 Vols. E. A. Posselt.

The Author, ORNAMENT IN EUROPEAN SILK. Pole.

Debenham, London, 1899. AMERICAN COTTON INDUSTRY. Young.

Scribner, 1903. REPORTS OF ASSOCIATIONS OF

Growers Or Manufacturers

OF TEXTILES. LEADING TRADE MAGAZINES. STORIES OF INDUSTRY. Educational

Publishing Co., 1907. COTTON, FROM SEED TO LOOM. Dana.

New York, 1878. CHILD LIFE IN COLONIAL DAYS.

Earle. Macmillan, 1903.

SUGGESTIVE LIST OF DOMESTIC ART BOOKS 13l

SILK CULTURE. Dep't. of Agriculture, Washington. Bulletin-Year Book.

A WOOL AND COTTON FABRIC GLOSSARY. Published by Frank P. Bennett, New York, 1907.

HANDBOOK ON COTTON MANUFACTURE. Gildard, New York, 1867.

METHODS OF TEXTILE CHEMISTRY. Fred Dannerth. Wiley, 1908.

PRINTING OF COTTON FABRICS, pp. 53-73. Sansone, London, 1901.

DYEING WOOL, SILK, COTTON, ETC. Sansone, London, 1888.

ON AN APPARATUS FOR MEASURING TENSILE STRENGTH OF FIBRES. O'Neill, London, 1865.