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American Textile History Museum presents Americas story through the art, science and history of its textiles.

Caroline Stevens Rogers, a member of a venerable textile industry family and a handweaver and dyer in her own right, founded the Merrimack Valley Textile Museum in North Andover, Massachusetts in 1960.

During its first thirty years, the Museum documented the woolen, cotton, flax and silk industries in New England and beyond through its collections of pre-industrial tools, powered industrial era machinery, flat textiles and the rich collections of its Osborne Library.

Location: 491 Dutton Street, Lowell Massachusetts 01854 Telephone 978-441-0400 Fax 978-441-1412

Other History nearby:
(Marblehead) Abbot Hall
(Weymouth) Abigail Adams Birthplace
(North Salem) America's Stonehenge
(Salem) America's Stonehenge
(Exeter) American Independence Museum
(Lowell) American Textile History Museum

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