This instructional handbook was originally written and published by Oliver Evans (1755-1819). In the late 1700s, Evans developed a continuous conveyor system for milling flour. The Young Mill-Wright and Miller’s Guide explained his labor-saving innovations through text and technical illustrations. Published in fifteen editions between 1795 and 1860, the influential book helped revolutionize the flour-milling industry.
The Young Mill-Wright and Miller’s Guide – Oliver Evans 1853
Oliver Evans; Thomas P. Jones
Blanchard & Lea, Philadelphia 1853
Fourteen edition with additions and corrections by Thomas P. Jones. Full leather, heavy wear and rubbing at extremities. Binding tight, previous owner’s name on ffep, internally fine. Illustrated with 28 engravings. Overall Good.