These are very broad topics and may be broken out in the future, as needed. Industries in the broader sense, and not just manufacturing.
For military industries, see military research pages.
Items promoting progress related to inventions, industry, technology, etc.
Basic resources, often called reference in a library, to learn about labor and industry.
Connecticut State Library is a member, along with many other Connecticut institutions.
Just some examples of resources available. There is much that has not been digitized at the Museum of Connecticut History and the Connecticut State Library.
See research pages on Military for more resources.
See also military pages in this guide, and other specific topics.
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