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These machines execute every part of the work in a new and expeditious manner . . .— President George Washington upon visiting an innovative factory for cotton and wool carding that laid the foundation for the American Industrial Revolution. Operated by brothers Giles and Mark Richards Faneuil Hall, Boston, 1798
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