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Early American papermaking

Early American papermaking

two treatises on manufacturing techniques reprinted from James Cutbush"s American artist"s manual (1814)

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Published by Oak Knoll in New Castle, Del .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes leaf of Gilpin paper from the Atlantic souvenir, 1829.

Statementwith anintroduction by John Bidwell.
ContributionsCutbush, James., Gilpin, Joshua., Bidwell, John.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21517161M


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