A Classification of American Wealth
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   Connecticut's armories of the Nation Eli Whitney  

the Springfield Armory manufactured firearms for over 170 years. Thus were laid the seeds which made Connecticut the armory of the nation as well as its tools shop for years to come. There early industrialists such as Eli Whitney, Eliphalet Remington and later Samuel Colt and Oliver Winchester established prosperous plants and pioneered modern industrial manufacturing


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