NORTHAMPTON, United Kingdom — No fewer than eleven rivers dissect the countryside surrounding Northampton. From the river Avon’s tortuous upper-course, habitually prone to breaking its banks, to Rains Brook’s shy babbling, the area’s unique topography, which supplies the constant streams of rushing water required to tan leather, has defined the English town and its inhabitants for centuries. “The visitor to Northampton will at once be reminded, by the leather aprons and grimy faces which haunt the streets, that he is in the land of shoemakers,” says Murray’s Handbook for Travellers, published in 1878. It’s a fitting description of a town … More
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