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The first factories recruited women from rural New England as their labor force. These young women, far from home, lived in rows of boardinghouses adjacent to the growing of mills. The industrial production of textiles was highly profitable,and the of factories in Lowell and other mill towns increased. More mills led to overproduction, which led to a drop in prices and profits. Mill owners reduced wages and speeded up the pace of work. The young female operatives organized to protest these wage cuts in and

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Mill owners reduced wages and speeded up the pace of work.

Cute girl at the Lowell market

In Lowelo published Loom and Spindle, a memoir of her Lowell experiences, where she recounted the strike of The dissatisfaction of the operatives subsided, or burned itself out, and though the authorities did not accede to their demands, the majority returned to their work, and the corporation went on cutting down the wages. Hitherto the corporations had paid twenty—five cents a week towards the board of each operative, and now it was their purpose to have the girls pay the sum; and this, in addition to the cut in the wages, would markdt a difference of at least one dollar a week.

The industrial production of textiles was highly profitable,and the of factories in Lowell and other mill towns increased. One of the girls stood on a pump, and gave vent to the feelings of her companions in a neat speech, declaring that it was their duty to resist all attempts at cutting down the wages. Hanson, you could not prevent the older af from Cure out, but your daughter isand her you could control.

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Cutting down the wages was not their only grievance, nor the only cause of this strike. More mills led to overproduction, which led to a drop in prices and profits. This was the first time a woman had spoken in public in Lowell, and the event caused surprise and consternation among her audience.

Cute girl at the Lowell market

The dissatisfaction of the Loeell subsided, or burned itself out, and though the authorities did not accede to their demands, the majority returned to their work, and the corporation went on cutting down the wages. Mill owners reduced wages and speeded up the pace of work. This was the first time a woman had spoken in public in Lowell, and the event caused surprise and consternation among her audience.

Cute girl at the Lowell market

The industrial production of textiles was highly profitable,and the of factories in Lowell and other mill towns increased. And after a time, as the wages became more and more reduced, the best portion of the girls left and went to their homes, or to the other employments that were fast opening to women, until there were very few of the old guard left; and thus the status of the factory population of New England gradually became what we know it to be to-day.

When it was announced that the wages were to be cut down, great indignation was felt, and it was decided to strike, en masse.

The Lowell Mill Girls Go on Strike,

Cutting down the wages was not their only grievance, nor the only cause of this strike. One of the first strikes of cotton-factory operatives that ever took place in this country was that in Lowell, in October, It was estimated that as many as twelve or fifteen hundred girls turned out, and walked in procession through the streets.

The first factories recruited women from rural New England as their labor force. Crowell,83— When the day came on which the girls were to turn out, those in the upper rooms started first, and so many of them left that our mill was at once shut down. As I looked back at the long line that followed me, I was more proud than I have ever been since at any success I may have achieved, and more proud than I shall ever be again until my own beloved State gives to its women citizens the right of suffrage.

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These young women, far from home, lived in rows of boardinghouses adjacent to the growing of mills. One of the first strikes of cotton-factory operatives that ever took place in this country was that in Lowell, in October, It was estimated that as many as twelve or fifteen hundred girls turned out, and walked in procession through the streets.

Crowell,83— When the day came on which the girls were to turn out, those in the upper rooms started first, and so many of them left that our mill was at once shut down. And after a time, as the wages became more and more reduced, the best portion of the girls left and went to their homes, or to the other employments that were fast opening to women, until there were very few of the old guard left; and thus the status of the factory population of New England gradually became what we know it to be to-day.

Hanson, you could not prevent the older girls from turning out, but your daughter isand her you could control.

Cute girl at the Lowell market

One of the girls stood on a pump, and gave vent to the feelings of her companions in a neat speech, declaring that it was Cyte duty to resist all attempts at cutting down the wages. As I looked back at the long line that followed me, I was more proud than I have ever been since at any success I may have achieved, and more proud than I shall ever be again until my own beloved State gives to its women citizens the right of suffrage.

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This was done. More mills led to overproduction, which led to a drop in prices and profits. The young markef operatives organized to protest these wage cuts in and These young women, far from home, lived in rows of boardinghouses adjacent to the growing of mills. This was done.

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Hitherto the corporations had paid twenty—five cents a week towards the board of each operative, and now it was their purpose to have the girls pay the sum; and this, in addition to marlet cut in the wages, would make a difference of at least one dollar a week. When it was announced that the wages were to be cut down, great indignation was felt, and it was decided to strike, en masse.

In she published Loom and Spindle, a memoir of her Lowell experiences, where she recounted the strike of The young female operatives organized to protest these wage cuts in and The first factories recruited women from rural New England as their labor force.

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