The books here listed are those which have been used by the author for reference.

Abbott, Edith. Woman in Industry. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1910.

Baines, E. History of Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain. London: H. Fisher, R. Fisher, and P. Jackson. 1835.

Barker, A. F. Textiles. London: Constable & Co. 1910.

Batchelder, Ernest A. Principles of Design. Chicago: The Inland Printer Co. 1906.

Batchelder, S. Cotton Manufacture. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. 1863.

Beaumont, Roberts. Woolen and Worsted Cloth Manufacture. London: G. Bell & Sons. 1899.

Bowman, Fred H. Structure of the Cotton Fibre. London: The Macmillan Co. 1908.

Bowman, Fred H. Structure of the Wool Fibre. London: The Macmillan Co. 1908.

Brooks, C. P. Cotton. New York: Spon & Chamberlain. 1898.

British Manufacturing Industries. Vols. 5 and 6, edited by G. P. Bevan. London: E. Stanford. 1876-1877.

1 Certain of these books are out of print, but since they may be obtained in public or college libraries they have been included in this list.

Bureau of Ethnology. Smithsonian Institute, Report 1881-1882. Washington.

Burnley, James. The History of Wool and Wool Combing. London: S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington 1889.

Burnley, James. The Story of British Trade and Industry. London: Newnes. 1904.

Chapman, S. J. The Cotton Industry and Trade. London : Methuen & Co. 1905.

Clapham, J. H. The Woolen and Worsted Industries. London: Methuen & Co. 1907.

Cole, G. S. Encyclopedia of Dry Goods. New York: Root. Newspaper Association. 1900.

Corticelli Silk Pamphlet. Nonotuck Silk Co., Florence, Massachusetts.

Cotton Plant (The). Bulletin 33, Department of Agriculture, Office of Experiment Station. 1896.

Cultivation of Ramie. United States Department of Agriculture.. Office of Fiber Investigation, Report No. 7.

Dana, W. B. Cotton from Seed to Loom. New York: W. B. Dana & Co. 1878.

Dannerth, Fred. The Methods of Textile Chemistry. New York: J. Wiley & Sons. 1908.

Dodge, C. R. Catalog of Useful Fibres. United States Department of Agriculture, Office of Fiber Investigation, Report 9, Reprint 1897.

Dooley, W. H. Textiles. Boston: D. C. Heath & Co. 1912.

Karle, Alice Morse. Home Life in Colonial Days. New York: The Macmillan Co. 1900.

Flax Culture for Seed and Fibre. United States Department of Agriculture, Office of Fiber Investigation, Report 10.

Fraps, G. S. Principles of Dyeing. New York: The Macmillan Co. 1903.

Guiffrey, Jules. Les Gobelins et Beauvais. Paris: H. Laurens. 1907.

Hannan, W. I. Textile Fibres of Commerce. London: C. Griffin & Co. 1902.

Harrington, Charles. Manual of Hygiene. Philadelphia and New York: Lea Bros. & Co. 1901.

Herzog, Alois. The Determination of Cotton and Linen. 1908. Translated by Ellen A. Beers. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University. 1912.

Holmes, W. H. Textile Art in Prehistoric Archaeology. Reprint from American Antiquarian, September, 1886.

Holmes, W. H. Textile Fabrics of Ancient Peru. Bureau of Ethnology, Bulletin No. 7. 1889.

Hough, T., and Sedgwick, W. T. The Human Mechanism. Boston: Ginn & Co. 1906.

Hummel, J. J. Dyeing of Textile Fabrics. London, New York: Cassell & Co., Ltd. 1898.

Hurst, G. H. Dyeing and Printing of Silk. London: G. Bell & Sons. 1892.

Knecht, E., Rawson, C, and Loewenthal, R. Manual of Dyeing. London: C. Griffin & Co., Ltd. 1910.

Le Bosquet, Maurice. Personal Hygiene. Chicago: American School of Home Economics. 1907.

MacLaren, W. S. B. Spinning Woolen and Worsted. London, New York: Cassell & Co., Ltd. 1899.

Marsden, R. Cotton Weaving. London: G. Bell & Sons. 1895.

Mason, O. T. Origins of Inventions. London: W. Scott. 1901.

Mason, O. T. Woman's Share in Primitive Culture. New York: D. Appleton & Co. 1899.

Matthews, J. M. Laboratory Manual of Dyeing and Textile Chemistry. New York: J. Wiley & Sons. 1909.

Matthews, J. M. Textile Fibres. New York: J. Wiley & Sons. (2d edition, 1907.)

Morris, William. Hopes and Fears for Art. Longmans, Green & Co. London.

Muntz, Eugene. A Short History of Tapestry. New York and London: Cassell & Co., Ltd. Translated by Louisa J. Davis. 1885.

National Consumers' League. Reports. Also Annals of American Academy of Political and Social Science.

Owen, T. A. The Dyeing and Cleaning of Textile Fabrics. New York: J. Wiley & Sons. 1909.

Posselt, E. A. Wool, Cotton, Silk, from Fibre to Finished Fabric. Philadelphia: E. A. Posselt.

Priestman, Howard. Principles of Woolen Spinning. London, New York: Longmans, Green & Co. 1908.

Rock, Rev. Daniel. Textile Fabrics. London: Chapman & Hall. 1877.

Ross, Denman W. A Theory of Pure Design. Boston and New York: Lloughton Mifflin Co. 1907.

Ruskin, John. Pre-Raphaelitism. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons.

Silk Culture. Year-Book. Department of Agriculture. 1903.

Thompson, Holland. From the Cotton Field to the Cotton Mill. New York: The Macmillan Co. 1906.

Thorp, F. H. Outline of Industrial Chemistry. New York: The Macmillan Co. 1903.

Triggs, Oscar Lovell. Chapters in the History of theArts and Crafts Movement. The Bohemian Guild of the Industrial Art League. 1902. United States Bureau of Labor. Report on Condition of Woman and Child Wage Earners in the United States. 1910. 19 vols.

Vallance, Aymer. William Morris. London: G. Bell & Sons. 1897.

Ward, J. Colour Harmony and Contrast. London: Chapman & Hall. 1903.

Watson, Kate Heintz. Textiles and Clothing. Chicago: American School of Home Economics. 1907.

Wilkinson, F. Story of the Cotton Plant. New York and London: D. Appleton & Co. 1909.

Wright, Carroll D. The Industrial Evolution of the United States. Meadville, Pennsylvania, New York: Flood & Vincent. 1895.