Burlington (Then and Now) by Don Bolden

By Don Bolden

Burlington originated as a railroad city yet received world wide reputation because the domestic of Burlington Industries, as soon as the most important cloth maker on the planet. Now a urban of 50,000 humans, it's the nationwide headquarters of Laboratory company of the US, the second one greatest scientific checking out laboratory within the nation.

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