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Title: Textiles


1
Textiles
Link to syllabus
Link to Encyclopedia of the Orient
Link to WDI
2
Turkey Cotton Industry, 1840-1985
3
Egypt Textile Industry, 20th Century
Sources Owen, Tignor, UN
4
Iran Unofficial Estimates of Textile and Carpet
Labor
1910 Urban Iran, carpet making 65,000 1920s
Tabriz, Tehran, Esfahan carpets and textiles
10,000 1940 Urban carpet, 60,000 textiles
25,000-30,000 1940 carpet weaving and inputs,
250,000 1950 carpet weaving 20,000 1988 textile
industry, 161,000
Source Willem Floor, Industrialization in Iran
1900-1941, Issawi, and United Nations
Industrial Statistics
5
Silk production in Turkey
Source Jirousek Textile History Vol. 29 2, 1998
6
Sorting Silk in Antioch, Syria
Source Quataert (1993) Ottoman manufacturing in
the age of the Industrial Revolution
7
(Factory) Silkworkers, 1892
Source Quataert, Ottoman manufacturing in the
age of the
Industrial Revolution
8
Women in a silk factory in Turkey, 1910
Graham-Brown Images of Women page 136
9
Production of Silk Cocoons in Greater Syria
1861-1910
Source Firro (1990)
10
Immigration from Lebanon, and Price of Silk,
1865-1913
Source Khater (1996)
11
Hans Holbein, George Giesze. 1532
12
Holbein, The Ambassadors 1533
13
Jan Van Steen. Love Sick Woman. 1660
14
Gilbert Stuart, Lansdowne (George Washington) 1796
15
Victorian Interior, 1855
16
Carpet-1904?
17
Carpet Weaving Kerman
18
Children Weavers, Iran. 1880
Source Sevruguin and the Persian Image
19
Carpet Weaving, Iran
Source Iran in Days of Old, by R. Shahrestani
20
Carpet Weavers, Iran. early 20th century
Source V. Sackville-West, Passenger to Teheran,
p. 114
21
Carpet Weaving, Iran
Source Iran in Days of Old, by R. Shahrestani
22
Nomad Carpet Weaving, Iran
Source Iran in Days of Old, by R. Shahrestani
23
Rachitic Child Weavers, Iran 1920s
Source Helfgott, Ties that Bind p. 261
24
Turkey Women Weavers
25
Villages of Weavers, Western Turkey
Source Return to Tradition
26
Loom Outside in Porch
Preparing the Warp for the Loom
Source Return to Tradition
27
Turkey Village Weaver
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition
28
Turkey, Village Carpet, 1992
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition
Kilim-prayer rug
29
Turkey Old and New Uses for Woven Donkey Bags
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition
30
Turkey. Finished Carpets
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition pages
28, 29
31
Turkey. Carpets Used in Mosques
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition
32
Turkey. A Young Weaver with her Dowry, 1992
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition
33
Turkey Machine Made Carpets at the Market, 1995
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition
34
Turkey Next Generation of Weavers
Source Anderson (1998) Return to Tradition
35
Turkey. Volume of Production, Exports, and
Employment in Carpets
36
Turkey Knotted Carpet Exports, Manufacturing
Exports, and Total Exports.
(Data in million U.S. dollars)
37
Turkey Comparison of Weaving Earnings, Ouput and
Time. 1983
Source Berik (1987) Women carpet weavers in
rural Turkey
38
Turkey Economic Position of Weaving Households,
by Gender of Head. 1983
39
Financial Autonomy Index (1-100), related to
other household characteristics
40
Looms in Aleppo
Source Quataert 1993, p. 76
41
Silk Cocoon Production in Greater Syria
1889-1911
Source Firro (1990)
42
Khalil Gibran, 1883-1931
(Lebanese-born) philosophical essayist,
novelist, poet, and artist. His works, written
in both Arabic and English, are full of lyrical
outpourings and express his deeply religious and
mystical nature. The Prophet (1923), a book of
poetic essays, achieved cult status among
American youth for several generations.
43
Carpet Exports from Western Anatolia, 1877-1913
Source Quataert (1986)
44
Carpet Production and Workers in Usak (western
Turkey) 1873-1910
Source Quataert (1986)
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