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During the 19th century, Haverhill developed into a significant textile centre, known for making drabbet smocks for agricultural workers.
In 1856, Gurteen & Sons built a factory with 32 power looms driven by steam. The new factory brought expansion and, between 1851 and 1901, Haverhill almost doubled in size, to make it 'a complete Victorian Town'.
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