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Susan E. Hirsch. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1978.
Looks at "the interrelationship of industrialization with class, culture and social status" in Newark in the first half of the nineteenth century. The basic work on the industrial history of Newark. Available?
From Village to Industrial City: The Urbanization of Newark, New Jersey, 1830-1860.
Raymond Michael Ralph. Thesis (Ph.D), New York University, 1978. Available?
The Newark Industrial Institute was founded in 1873 to encourage industrial and technological progress in the city, and sponsored an annual Newark Industrial Exhibition. Included in this collection are minutes, visitors' registers, and financial records pertaining to the Newark Industrial Institute and its Exhibitions. New Jersey Historical Society.
Newark, N.J., Newark Public Library, 1920. Pamphlet reproducing John Cotton Dana's letter to the Trustees of the Newark Public Library outlining the current collections and services of the Newark Business Branch and proposing an expanded, fee-based service for the Newark industrial and business community. The trustees "authorized the Library to make a charge of one dollar per hour for all research work over and above that which it may properly give without charge to any resident or tax-payer of the city."
William F. Ford. New York, Van Arsdale & Company, 1874.
In addition to a historical sketch of Newark, includes chapters on the manufacture of celluloid, leather, iron, other metals, iron and wood, wood, and miscellaneous products, as well as a chapter on the Newark Industrial Institute. Available?