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The Papermaking Industry in Hubei and Hunan Provinces in Qing Dynasty

Jiang Ling  
From Han Dynasty to Ming Dynasty,the papermaking industry of Hubei and Hunan provinces developed increasingly.Till Qing Dynasty,the papermaking industry of Hubei and Hunan provinces grew rapidly and the production of papermaking increased remarkably,especially the bamboo papermaking and the earth papermaking.The papermaking trade and sales expanded continuously,with Han kou,Sha shi,Xiang fan,Yue yang,Chang sha,Shao yang and Heng yang city as the center and with waterway or road as sales transportation.In the late Qing Dynasty,with the introduction of western papermaking machine industry,there appeared capitalist papermaking industry organ izations and machined papermaking workshop with certain scale in Hubei and Hunan provinces.
【CateGory Index】: F429;K249
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