A Classification of American Wealth
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   Francis Cabot Lowell and the power loom  

The textile visionary and pioneer among Boston's elite was Francis Cabot Lowell(1775-1817), a son of the Honorable Judge John Lowell, who made his fortune disposing of the vessels and bounties brought in by New England's privateers during the Independence War. By virtue of his specialized legal services, John Lowell "Esquire" was one of America's financially most successful lawyers ever, as well as the founder of one of Boston's most respected families. From three marriages, John Lowell sired


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