1 edition of Plymouth Cordage Company found in the catalog.
Plymouth Cordage Company
Plymouth Cordage Company.
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The ropewalk stretches into the distance in this interior view of the Plymouth Cordage Company, Plymouth, Massachusetts. These artificial ponds were formerly controlled by the Plymouth Cordage Company (located in the area now known as Cordage Park). The ponds are fed by springs and Sawmill Pond is fed by a small flow that originates near Route 3. Access: Russell and Sawmill Ponds are located in north Plymouth near the Kingston Line and the Cordage Parks area.
Books contributed by Plymouth Public Library. Bound copy of the "Plymouth Cordage News," a newletter published monthy by and for the employees of the Plymouth Cordage Company Topics: Plymouth Cordage Company--Periodicals, Plymouth Cordage Company--History, Plymouth (Mass.)- . The Plymouth Cordage Company of North Plymouth, Massachusetts, was founded in by Bourne Spooner (), an ardent abolitionist whose commitment to free labor ideology led the company to implement generous employee benefits and facilities for its workers. By the late 19th century, the company had become a major international manufacturer of rope and twine.
Plymouth Cordage Company. 53 likes. We make a variety of rope rugs including the popular Plymouth Rope Rug. Made in America's hometown, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. Special orders ers: Read Golden Anniversary Celebration By the Plymouth Cordage Company in Honor of Gideon Francis Holmes, Plymouth, Massachusetts, March Twenty-Seventh Nineteen Hundred And Nine absolutely for free at 8/10(3).
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PLYMOUTH PRODUCTS: A Series of Bulletins giving Information concerning this Company & its Products. 92, November, Plymouth Cordage Company, North Plymouth, Massachusetts, Welland, Canada Published by Plymouth Cordage Company, North Plymouth, MA ().
Plymouth Cordage Company: One Hundred Years of Service Hardcover – January 1, by not stated (Author)Author: not stated. The Plymouth Cordage Company was a rope making company located in Plymouth, MA, USA.
The company, founded inhad a large factory located on the Plymouth waterfront. By the late 19th century, the Plymouth Cordage Company had become. Between andthe Plymouth Cordage Company published a monthly company newsletter jam-packed with all sorts of information, ranging from updates on the rope industry to a wealth of employee related news, including announcements of hirings, retirements, births, engagements, weddings, and deaths (including many detailed obituaries).
Pamphlet: 31 pages Publisher: Plymouth Cordage Company () Language: English ASIN: BFYTY30 Package Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 1 customer rating Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4, in Books (See Top in Books)5/5(1).
The Plymouth Cordage Company was a rope manufacturer in Plymouth, Massachusetts, that subsequently acquired cordage companies in Canada and Louisiana.
It was sold to Columbian Rope Company in The collection contains employment records of increasing numbers of women workers from the late s. Plymouth Cordage Company: Title: Records of the Plymouth Cordage Company: Dates: Extent: items: Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, production and employment summaries, photographs, and other business records.
Includes reports on early company activity compiled during the s and s. Identification: Coll. There are only three copies, two of which will be donated to the Plymouth Cordage Company Museum and Plymouth Public Library.
The third will remain with Malaguti. The information in. At Plymouth Cordage you can relax in the privacy of your bright and spacious suite, reflect in the chapel, participate in a rich recreation calendar, share a meal with a new friend or entertain family in our private dining room, all in a friendly, social environment.
The second volume in our series explores post-WWII Plymouth through Like its predecessor, this volume is an oversized page paperback book with illustrations. A compelling look at our recent past. Publication of the Plymouth Public Library Corporation: print editions are also available to borrow and to purchase.
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Genre/Form: History: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Plymouth Cordage Company. OCLC Number: Description: pages, 18 unnumbered leaves of. Antique original Plymouth Twine Memo Book forPlymouth Cordage Company, North Plymouth, Mass, Welland, Canada.
Some dirt and wear, light creasing. Please see photos for condition. Guaranteed old and Rating: % positive. In the early 's, the company was honored by being selected to furnish all the lines for the country's most revered ship, the USS Constitution (Old Ironsides).
During its years of continuous production, the Cordage Company had a profound effect on the economic and social development of the Plymouth Community as the town's largest on: 10 Cordage Park Circle Plymouth, MA, United States. The Plymouth Cordage Company marked the beginning of Welland's major industrial period.
The history of Plymouth Cordage began in the United States in when Bourne Spooner was granted a charter for producing cordage in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the marine market.
At that time, in the United States, the use of slave labour was a common. The company's Plymouth binder twine, popular among farmers, was the inspiration for the naming of the Plymouth brand of automobiles first produced in Today a small museum of archives and artifacts is maintained at Cordage Park in North Plymouth.
Museum Hours of Operation: Saturday & Sunday 12noon - 4pm (except holidays) & by appointment. In the early 's, the company was honored by being selected to furnish all the lines for the country's most revered ship, the USS Constitution (Old Ironsides).
During its years of continuous production, the Cordage Company had a profound effect on the economic and social development of the Plymouth Community as the town's largest employer.
: Useful Knots and How to Tie Them.: Small booklet in VG+ condition, pictorial paper covers, small octavo, illustrated, small closed tear to last 2 pages, 32 pages. Company. Bourne Spooner, descendant of several Pilgrim Fathers, was the founder of the Plymouth Cordage Company.
Born in Plymouth on February 2,the educated young man left Plymouth for the city of New Orleans where he was employed in a rope-walk. The rope walk employed slaved, hired from their masters, for labor. Plymouth Cordage Company.
liked it Rating details 1 rating 0 reviews Get A Copy. Amazon; Books by Plymouth Cordage Company.3/5(1). pages: 22 cm. The ropemakers of Plymouth: a history of the Plymouth Cordage Company, Like many in town, generations of Rudolph’s relatives worked at the Plymouth Cordage Company until it was sold in and eventually closed for good in .This is a foot segment of the Plymouth Cordage Company’s ropewalk, built by its founder, Bourne Spooner, in This ropewalk was operated by the firm untilwhen modernization eliminated its usefulness.
The original building, located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, was more than 1, feet long and contained three rope-making grounds.