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This book charts the history of artisan production and marketing in the Bombay Presidency from 1870 to 1960. While the textile mills of western India's biggest cities have been the subject of many rich studies, the role of artisan producers located in the region's small towns have been virtually ignored. Based upon extensive archival research as well as numerous interviews with participants in the handloom and powerloom industries, this book explores the role of weavers, merchants, consumers and laborers in the making of what the author calls 'small-town capitalism'. By focusing on the politics of negotiation and resistance in local workshops, the book challenges conventional narratives of industrial change. The book provides the first in-depth work on the origins of powerloom manufacture in South Asia. It affords unique insights into the social and economic experience of small-town artisans as well as the informal economy of late colonial and early post-independence India.

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Bibliography

Government Records

India Office Library and Records

Bombay Revenue Proceedings (Famine)

National Archives of India

  • Department of Industries and Labour (Industries)

  • Home Department

Maharashtra State Archives

  • Bombay Provincial Banking Enquiry Committee Files, 1929–30

  • Education Department

  • General Department

  • General Department (Plague)

  • Home Department

  • Home Department (Special)

  • Judicial Department

  • Labour Department

  • Maharashtra Agriculture and Cooperative Department

  • Revenue Department

  • Revenue Department (Famine)

  • Textile Labour Inquiry Committee Files, 1938–40

Other Government Archives

Collector’s Archives, Sholapur

Uttar Pradesh State Archives, Department of Industries

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1. Government of India

Elphinstone, Mountstuart. Report on the Territories Conquered from the Paishwa. Calcutta, 1821.
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Royal Commission on Agriculture in India. London, 1927.
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Survey of Silk and Art Silk Industry: Final Report. New Delhi: National Council of Applied Economic Research, 1961.
Written Evidence Recorded during an Enquiry regarding the Level of Duties Necessary to Afford Adequate Protection to the Indian Cotton Textile Industry against Imports from the United Kingdom of Cotton Piecegoods and Yarn, Artificial Silk and Mixture Fabrics of Cotton and Artificial Silk. Delhi, 1937.

2. Census

Census of India, 1881, vol. 2. Bombay.
Census of India, 1891, vol. 8, pt. 2. Bombay.
Census of India, 1911, vol. 7, pt. 2.
Census of India, 1921, vol. 8, pt. 2. Bombay.
Census of India, 1921, vol. 9, pt. 2. Cities of the Bombay Presidency.
Census of India, 1931, vol. 9, pt. 1. Cities of the Bombay Presidency.
Census of India, 1931, vol. 8, pt. 1. Bombay.
Census of India, 1931, pt. I, H.E.H. Nizam’s Dominions (Hyderabad State).
Census of India, 1931, H.E.H. Nizam’s Dominions (Hyderabad State).
Census of India, 1951, vol. IX. Hyderabad.
Census of India, 1961, vol. V, part VII A, Selected Crafts of Gujarat, Jari Industry of Surat.
Census of India, 1981. Handicraft Survey Report, part X, series 9, Karnataka: Ilkal Sarees, 1989, Delhi, Custodian of Publications.

3. Government of Bombay

Bell, R. D.Notes on the Indian Textile Industry With Special Reference to Hand Weaving. Bombay, 1926.
Chaplin, William. A Report Exhibiting a View of the Fiscal and Judicial System of Administration Introduced into the Conquered Territory about the Ghauts under the Authority of the Commissioner in the Dekhan. Bombay, 1824.
Edwardes, Stephen M.A Monograph upon the Silk Fabrics of the Bombay Presidency. Bombay, 1900.
Enthoven, R. E.The Cotton Fabrics of the Bombay Presidency. Bombay, 1897.
Enthoven, R. E.Tribes and Castes of Bombay. New Delhi, 1990. [Reprint of 1922 original].
Ewbank, Robert. A Manual for Co-operative Societies in the Bombay Presidency. Bombay, 1914.
Fawcett, E. G.Report on the Collectorate of Ahmedabad in Selections, new series, no. 5, Bombay, 1862.
Fernandes, G. P.Report on Art Crafts of the Bombay Presidency. Bombay, 1932.
Hove, Dr., Tours for Scientific and Economic Research, Made in Guzerat, Kattiawar and the Conkans in Selections, new series, no. 16, Bombay, 1855.
Inverarity, J. D. and J. S. Inverarity, Report on the Collectorate of Sholapur in Selections, new series, no. 4, Bombay, 1854.
Mann, Harold. The Economic Progress of the Rural Areas of the Bombay Presidency. Bombay, 1924.
Marshall, Thomas. Statistical Reports on the Pergunnahs of Padshahpoor, Belgaum, Kalaniddee and Changurh, Khanapoor, Bagulkot, and Badamy, and Hoongoond. Bombay, 1822.
Mehta, P. N.Report on Handloom Industry and Condition of Handloom Weavers. Bombay, 1909.
Nissim, J.A Monograph on Wire and Tinsel in the Bombay Presidency. Bombay, 1903.
Report of the BEISC, 1938–40. 2 volumes.
Report of the Powerloom Enquiry Committee. Bombay: Government of Bombay, 1956.
Report of the Sholapur Handloom Weavers Enquiry Committee. Bombay, 1948.
Selections from the Records of the Bombay Government [miscellaneous revenue settlement reports] Bombay, 18621942.
Shastri, B. J. G.The Gold Thread Industry. Bombay, 1925.
Telang, S. V.Report on the Handloom Industry in the Bombay Presidency. 2nd ed., Bombay, 1933.
Williams, Monier. Memoir on the Zilla of Baroche Being the Result of a Revenue, Statistical and Topographical Survey of that Collectorate in Selections, old series, no. 3, Bombay, 1857.

4. Other Provinces and States

Ali, Abdullah Ibn Yususf. A Monograph on Silk Fabrics. Allahabad, 1900.
Amalsad, D. M.Handloom Weaving in the Madras Presidency. Madras, 1925.
Bharucha, S. M.Agricultural Indebtedness in H.E.H. The Nizam’s Dominions. Hyderabad, 1937.
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Mushtaq, Mohammed. Report of the Industrial Survey of the United Provinces, Azamgarh District. Allahabad, 1923.
Nanjundayya, H.V. and L. K. Ananthakrishna Iyer. The Mysore Tribes and Castes. Bangalore, 1928–1935.
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Sahai, Raghbir. A Report on the Survey of Handloom Weaving and Dyeing Industries in H.E.H. Nizam’s Dominions. Hyderabad, 1933.
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5. Labour Office, Bombay

Report on an Enquiry Into Middle-Class Family Budgets in Bombay City. Bombay, 1928.
Report on an Enquiry Into Middle-Class Unemployment in the Bombay Presidency. Bombay, 1927.
Report on an Enquiry Into the Family Budgets of Cotton Mill Workers in Sholapur City. Bombay, 1928.
Report on an Enquiry Into Working Class Family Budgets in Ahmedabad. Bombay, 1928.
Report on an Enquiry Into Working Class Family Budgets in Ahmedabad. Bombay, 1937.
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6. Bombay Presidency Gazetteers

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7. Other Gazetteers

Azamgarh: A Gazetteer. DistrictGazetteers of the United Provinces of Agra and Oudh. Allahabad, 1911.

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Land Revenue Administrative Report of the Bombay Presidency, including Sind.
Proceedings of the Bombay Provincial Co-operative Conference.
Supplement to the Annual Report of Industrial Cooperative Societies and Village Industries in the Province of Bombay for the Year Ending 30th June 1948.

9. Annual Reports, Other States

Annual Report on the Working of Co-Operative Societies of H.E.H. Nizam’s Government. Hyderabad State.
Report of the Director of Industries. Madras.
Report on the Working of the Department of Industries and Commerce. Hyderabad State.

Non-Government Archives

Files of Ashanna Irabatti, University of Mumbai Library (Fort Campus).

Records of the American Board of Commissioners: American Marathi Mission, Houghton Library, Harvard University.

Interviews

More than 200 interviews with artisans, workers, merchants, industrialists, industry experts, and others in Ahmedabad, Ahmednagar, Allahabad District (Uttar Pradesh), Bhiwandi, Dhule, Ichalkaranji, Ilkul, Karimnagar District (Andhra Pradesh), Malegaon, Mumbai, Nalgonda District (Andhra Pradesh), and Solapur.

Miscellaneous Documents

Handloom Industry in Bombay State,” cyclostyled draft, Bombay State, Dept. of Cooperative Societies (?), c. 1954.
Joshi, N.Cotton Cloth and Yarn Control in Sangli State. Sangli State Publicity Series, Bulletin no. 1 (cyclostyled), 1946.
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Newspapers and Journals

Bombay Co-Operative News.
Gujarat Mitra [in Gujarati].
Indian Textile Journal.
Kalapataru Ani Ananda Vritta [In Marathi].
Solapur Samachar [In Marathi].
Times of India.

Non-Governmental Reports

Report of the American Marathi Mission (various years).

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