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CHAPTER PAGE I When and Why Man Began to Wear Clothing
How Mythology Science and the Bible Differ in Concept of Origin of Clothing
Antiquity of Spinning and Weaving
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13th century ancient animal fibers anklets art of hand-knitting article of wearing became BRACCAE breeches Calverton century CHAUSSE chines circular circular-knit cloth colonies color Conn cotton domestic dozens dress early Egypt Egyptians England factory FASCIAE fashioned flax frame-work knitting full-fashioned hosiery full-fashioned machines full-fashioned stockings garment Gauls George Cook Germantown Greeks half-hose Henry Herodotus Hesiod History hose hosiery frames hosiery industry hosiery manufacturing Hosiery Production hosiery-frame important increased invented knit stockings knitters knitting machine knitting-frame later Leffingwell leg-bindings linen London loom Lord Hunsdon men's hosiery needles Neolithic Norwich nylon stockings operation origin outer foot coverings pair patent Pennsylvania percent period Philadelphia power-driven Queen retail Romans sandal seamless shipments silk stockings sock spinning and weaving stockiner style sumptuary laws textile art thread TIBIALAE tion trade tunic UDONES wearing apparel weaver William Lee women wool woolen word wore worn woven yarn York