Quaker Women, the Free Produce Movement and British Anti-Slavery Campaigns: The Free Labour Cotton Depot in Street

  • A.P. Vaughan Kett

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

Abstract

Using archival materials in the Library of the Religious Society of Friends in London (LRSF) and the Alfred Gillett Trust, at the shoemaking firm of C. & J. Clark (AGT), this thesis makes an empirical investigation into the ‘Free Labour Cotton Depot’ in the village of Street, in Somerset in the West Country of England.
Date of Award2012
LanguageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Brighton

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Quaker Women, the Free Produce Movement and British Anti-Slavery Campaigns: The Free Labour Cotton Depot in Street
Vaughan Kett, A. P. (Author). 2012

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis