This category lists lesson plans, learning modules and teachers' resources related to the history of the textile industry.
  • Building America's Industrial Revolution: The Boott Cotton Mills of Lowell, Massachusetts Classroom-ready lesson plan about the development of the Boott mill to understand the workings of the industrial system at Lowell.
  • Children at Work: Exposing Child Labor in the Cotton Mills Lesson plan for classes in art and social studies of grade 7 to 10, containing oral histories in video and text form of child labor in US cotton textile mills of the Carolinas in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Includes a history of the development of cotton textile mills and mill villages. Developed by graduate assistants from the University of North Carolina.
  • City of Spindles: The Textile Mills of Lowell Chapter 12 of the on-line version of CD-roms joined with textbooks on the history and development of the factory system in the United States, dealing with the emergence of mechanised textile manufacturing and the development of organised labor in Lowell, Massachusetts. From the web site of Inventing America.
  • Clothing And Health. An Elementary Textbook Of Home Making Textbook for textiles and garment sewing classes, written by Helen Kinne and published in 1916. Includes extensive chapters on yarn spinning and cloth weaving, printing and finishing.
  • Colonial American Spinning & Weaving Study Guides Collection of study guides on the history of flax cultivation, and linen and wool fiber processing and yarn spinning in from the English settlement of Jamestown, Virginia in 1607 and ended at the beginning of the American Revolutionary War in 1775. From Hands on History, Inc.
  • Follow the Yarn Part of the Digital History for Preston Schools project, dedicated to the history of the Preston area cotton textile industry. Includes a timeline, a searchable database, glossary of terms, interactive games, and a list of classroom activities.
  • Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World American Historical Association's program web site for teachers at the secondary and college level, created by Dr. James Leloudis and Dr. Kathryn Walbert and funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities, containing the largely oral history of the development of a rural farm into a cotton textile village from the 1850's until the second World War.
  • Silk Weaving Digital library containing some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles, providing a detailed history of the silk textile industry in Britain in general and the County of Middlesex in particular, from the reign of Henry VIII until the 1860's treaty with France which allowed French silks to come in duty free.
  • Spinning Yarns, Telling Tales about Textiles Lesson aid designed by the Smithsonian Institute for elementary and secondary education, exploring the storytelling potential of textiles from different times and places, and the ways textiles can be used to enliven and enrich many areas of the curriculum. Includes a description of the steps involved in making a piece of cloth, a history of textiles, and a bibliography of resources.
  • Textile Mills, Mill Villages and Mill Life in North Carolina: A Sociological Perspective University of North Carolina Collection Catalog finding aid and reading list designed to assist in the research on sociological aspects of textile mills, mill villages, and mill life in North Carolina. Prepared by Leah McGinnis.
  • Textiles in Ghana Learning modules about the technique of hand woven and printed kente and adinkra, and machine woven and waxed cotton printed fabrics of Ghana. Includes the history of kente and adinkra fabrics and their place in a changing market. From the Open University's Learning Space web site.
  • Textiles: From Domestic to Factory Production Learning module about the history of the British textile industry from the early days of the Industrial Revolution in the late 18th Century to the end of child labor in the 1830's. From Making the Modern World's web site.
  • The Augusta Canal Teacher's information resource about the history of Augusta, Georgia, as a center for the cotton trade in the US South from the 1820's until the last of its textile mills closed its door in 1983.
  • The Textile Industry in Connecticut Database of 19th and 20th century photographs, drawings and prints of the silk, cotton and wool textile industry in Connecticut, USA, depicting social, business, political, educational, cultural and civic life, including curriculum materials for grades 7-12 and links to related sites. From Connecticut History Online.
  • Weaving of Early Man Teaching aid of the Pecos Rio Grande Museum of Early Man about the history of the development of weaving techniques in 9000 BC, based on the findings in the Zueberbueler shelter.
  • White Linen Garments of the Priest Lesson paper reviewing the history of linen, the white linen garments of the priesthood, the times that only the High Priest wore linen garments, what the priests will wear when the temple sacrifices are started again, and what our white linen garments should be today and in the future. From the Christian Churches of God. Authors: Willard D. Boettcher and others.
  • Whole Cloth Web version of an educational project, aimed at widening public understanding of the development of the American textile industry. Extensive essays, illustrations and history resources on the industrialization of textile manufacturing, cloth dyeing techniques and fibers.

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