The “Great Civilizer”: The Global Diffusion of the Sewing Machine and its Impact on Greece during the Late 19th-early 20th Century

 By Argyrios Sakorafas The second half of the 19th century signifies the dawn of a new era, marked by unprecedented changes in the social, economic and technological level.[1] These changes, combined with the establishment of a capitalistic market and the steady rise in income per capita, produced a new range of consumer goods, such as […]

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