Women at Work/New York Factories, 1890-1920
Abstract: An 8 page research paper that examines the lives of women working in New York factories in the early part of the century. The writer focuses on the sociological implications that women working held for the country that includes how the topic of women working was perceived by the general public. The writer used original newspaper accounts to describe a typical strike that dramatized how women were taking part in the early labor movement. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Subcatagory: Economic History
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