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  1. L'art de la teinture des laines, et des étoffes de laine, en grand et petit teint. : Avec une instruction sur les déboüillis. /
    By: Hellot, Jean,
    Publication info: A Paris, :Chez la veuve Pissot, libraire, Quay de Conty, à la Croix d'Or. :M. DCC. L. [1750]
    Contributed by: John Carter Brown Library (archive.org)
    Subjects: Achiote  Cochineal  Dyes and dyeing  Imprint 1750  Indigo  Plants, Useful  Wool  
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  2. Report /
    By: Sinclair, John, - Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland.
    Publication info: Edinburgh :Printed for the use of the Society and sold by W. Creech [et. al.],anno 1790.
    Contributed by: Claire T. Carney Library, UMass Dartmouth (archive.org)
    Subjects: Breeding  Great Britain  Sheep  Wool  
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  3. The nature and properties of wool : illustrated, with a description of the English fleece /
    By: Luccock, John.
    Publication info: Leeds :Printed by E. Baines,1805.
    Contributed by: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute (archive.org)
    Subjects: Great Britain  Sheep  Wool  
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  4. On the improvement of fine wools in Scotland by the introduction of Silesian flocks /
    By: Sylvester, C.E.F.
    Publication info: Edinburgh :James Clarke,1828.
    Contributed by: University of Southampton (archive.org)
    Subjects: Scotland  Wool  Wool industry  
    BHL Collections: Perkins Agricultural Library
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  5. A letter to the owners and occupiers of sheep farms /
    By: Stanhope, Philip Henry Stanhope,
    Publication info: London :J. Ridgway,1828.
    Contributed by: University of Southampton (archive.org)
    Subjects: Great Britain  Prices  Wool  Wool industry  
    BHL Collections: Perkins Agricultural Library
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  6. A treatise on sheep : addressed to the flock-masters of Australia, Tasmania, and Southern Africa : showing the means by which the wool of these colonies may be improved, and suggesting ideas for the introduction of other lanigerous animals, suited to the climate and calculated to add to their agricultural resources /
    By: Southey, Thomas,
    Publication info: London :Smith and Elder,1840.
    Contributed by: University of Southampton (archive.org)
    Subjects: Colonies  Great Britain  Sheep  Wool  Wool industry  
    BHL Collections: Perkins Agricultural Library
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  7. The history of silk, cotton, linen, wool, and other fibrous substances: including observations on spinning, dyeing and weaving. Also an account of the pastoral life of the ancients, their social state and attainments in the domestic arts, with appendices on Pliny's Natural history; on the origin and manufacture of linen and cotton paper; on felting, netting, &c deduced from copious and authentic sources.
    By: Gilroy, Clinton G.
    Publication info: New London, Conn.,C. M. Saxton;1853.
    Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Agriculture  Cotton  Fibers  History  Linen  Sericulture  Sheep  Silk  Wool  
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  8. Raw wools, and specimens to illustrate the woollen manufacture /
    By: Maiden, J. H. - Hawkesworth, Alfred - Technological Museum (N.S.W.)
    Publication info: Sydney :Charles Potter, Government Printer,1890.
    Contributed by: Museums Victoria
    Subjects: Australia  Catalogues  Technological Museum (N.S.W.)  Wool  Wool industry  Woollen and worsted manufacture  
    BHL Collections: BHL Australia | Museums Victoria
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  9. The woolgrower and the wool trade /
    By: Marshall, F. R. - Heller, L. L.
    Publication info: Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,1915.
    Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
    Subjects: Wool  Wool industry  
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  10. Growing and handling western wools.
    By: United States.
    Publication info: [Washington,Govt. print. off.]1916.
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
    Subjects: Wool  
    BHL Collections: Library of Congress
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