The Massachusetts-Rhode Island Boundary as an Example of a State Line's Influence on the Occupance Pattern of an Area

The Massachusetts-Rhode Island Boundary as an Example of a State Line's Influence on the... The Seamless Hosiery Industry of Laconia, New Hampshire S. NORMAN CAItLS Oregon Normal School , Monmouth, Oregon for any definite economic endeavor within a region or city can be fully The conditions and prospects plants and automatic machinery as market demand does not permit expansion of plants, produce the higher quality and more specialized courage industrial revival are its relative proximity to the marketing center, a position permitting frequent personal contacts between manufacturers and factors, and a lines. Advantages of Laconia that en- For that reason it must, in-so-far pects of its' competitors. The hos- understood only by taking cognizance of the conditions and prosiery industry of Laconia, the seamless hosiery manufacturing center ly during the last decade. A comparison of basis for the industry in Laconia and in the principal areas of American seamless hosiery production, the Chattanooga dis- of New Hampshire, declined great- reputation for high quality goods. Its principal handicaps are the trict and the North Carolina Piedof plants and equipmont, reveals the possibilities of inefficiency commonly characterize ment that Laconia. There is inherent in the Laconia old industrial regions, and a defeatsite neither major advantage nor ist attitude--an attitude developed during that period when http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers University of Hawai'I Press

The Massachusetts-Rhode Island Boundary as an Example of a State Line's Influence on the Occupance Pattern of an Area

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The Seamless Hosiery Industry of Laconia, New Hampshire S. NORMAN CAItLS Oregon Normal School , Monmouth, Oregon for any definite economic endeavor within a region or city can be fully The conditions and prospects plants and automatic machinery as market demand does not permit expansion of plants, produce the higher quality and more specialized courage industrial revival are its relative proximity to the marketing center, a position permitting frequent personal contacts between manufacturers and factors, and a lines. Advantages of Laconia that en- For that reason it must, in-so-far pects of its' competitors. The hos- understood only by taking cognizance of the conditions and prosiery industry of Laconia, the seamless hosiery manufacturing center ly during the last decade. A comparison of basis for the industry in Laconia and in the principal areas of American seamless hosiery production, the Chattanooga dis- of New Hampshire, declined great- reputation for high quality goods. Its principal handicaps are the trict and the North Carolina Piedof plants and equipmont, reveals the possibilities of inefficiency commonly characterize ment that Laconia. There is inherent in the Laconia old industrial regions, and a defeatsite neither major advantage nor ist attitude--an attitude developed during that period when

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Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast GeographersUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Oct 1, 1936

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