Susan E Whyman BK Mount Holyoke College 1959AuthorFrom ublisher The Usefu. The Useful Knowledge
OF WILLIAM HUTTON SHOWS THE RAPID William Hutton shows the of a self taught workman and the growing rominence of the city of Birmingham during the two major events of the eighteenth century the Industrial Revolution and the Hutton achieved wealth land and literary fame but later became a victim of violent riots The book boldly claims that an understanding of the Industrial Revolution reuires engagement with the fig.
Summary The Useful Knowledge of William HuttonL Knowledge of William Hutton
shows the rapid rise of a self taught workman and.the rapid rise of a self taught workman and. of the rough diamond a erson of worth and character but lacking in manners education and refinement A cast of unpolished entrepreneurs is brought to life as they drive economic and social change and improve their towns and themselves The book also contends that the rise of Birmingham cannot be understood without accepting that its vibrant cultural life was a crucial factor that spurred economic growth Readers are lunged into a hidd. The growing rominence of the city of Birmingham during the two major events En rovincial world marked by literacy bookshops Schilder's Struggle for the Unity of the Church printing authorship and the spread of useful knowledge We see that ordinaryeople read history and wrote oetry whilst they grappled with the effects of industrial Change Newly Discovered Memoirs Reveal Social Conflict Newly discovered memoirs reveal social conflict relationships in rare
Detail They Also AddressThey also address roblems of social mobility income ineuality and breath taking technological change that continue to erplex us today.