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Expositions, industrial. The first industrial exposition in the United States was held in Philadelphia in 1824 under the auspices of the Franklin Institute. In 1828 the American Institute in N
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Among such that have been held in the United States, or to which American artisans have contributed when held in other countries, are the intern pparatus; food preparations; and wood-working and labor-saving machinery.
Then, too, in the United States, there have been the special expositions of art associations and leagues in the principal ci dog, and sportsmen's shows, the latter a notable feature of the year in New York City.
The United States stands alone in maintaining four permanent expositions: one in the former Art Palace of the g is a list of the principal industrial expositions of the world, to nearly all of which the United States has been a large contributor: London, 1851; Cork, 1852; New York, New Brunswick, Madras, and