Chapter 39 — North & South



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Chapter 39 (Vol 2, ch 14) of North and South, by Elizabeth Gaskell, with many thanks to our reader, Barbara EdlemanBook talk begins at 23:18.
The first N&S episode is 331.

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The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester has a Manchester Mills demonstration. Twice daily a tour guide fires up the machines and explains how they work.
Also, Elizabeth Gaskell’s house in Manchester is being renovated and will open in October 2014 for tours. — courtesy of Phyllis

Armley Mills link—It was, at one point, the largest woolen mill in the world and they still have working spinning machinery which they run from time to time — courtesy of Maia

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