History of water power in Ulster

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Hard cover with dust jacket. Very good condition with b/w plates, maps. 300pp., 15cm x 21cm. This is a regional study of the water-power stage in industrial development, a stage of particular significance to Ireland because of her lack of native coal. Features peculiar to an economy with its own geographical, political and social entity are here isolated and examined against a background of known development in Great Britain. A wide range of industries is covered, from corn and textiles to electricity, and a full bibliography is supplied.

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  • Author(s): Gribbon, H D
  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Publication year: 1969