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Page 363 - Wolcottville, a village of 18 houses, has been built principally since 1802 and is an active, flourishing place. Its growth has been chiefly owing to the establishment of an extensive woolen factory which now is owned principally by His Excellency Oliver Wolcott. It is one of the largest establishments of the kind in the State, employing about forty workmen and manufacturing from twenty-five to thirty-five yards of broadcloth daily. of an average value of $6 per yard.
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