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" Offering, the factory girls' publication, and a contemporary of Lucy Larcom and the other noble women who worked in the cotton-mills of those days. A change came over the industrial condition, however, and the American and English girls were forced out... "
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1900
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The Catholic University Bulletin, Volume 7

Catholic University of America - 1901
...She was a writer on the "Lowell Offering," the factory girls' publication, and a contemporary of Lucy Larcom and the other noble women who worked in the...in the scale of life. They were crowded out, but up intohigher callings. They became the wives of foremen and superintendents, teachers in the common schools,...
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Some Ethical Phases of the Labor Question

Carroll Davidson Wright - Christian sociology - 1903 - 205 pages
...publication, and a contemporary of Lucy Larcom and the other noble women who worked in the cotton-mills of those days. A change came over the industrial condition,...comparison which led to the conclusion that the factory is degrading. The women who came in then were very largely Irish girls, fresh and raw immigrants, from...
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Some Ethical Phases of the Labor Question

Carroll Davidson Wright - Christian sociology - 1902 - 207 pages
...publication, and a contemporary of Lucy Larcom and the other noble women who worked in the cotton-mills of those days. A change came over the industrial condition,...of life. They were crowded out, but up into higher SOME ETUICAL PHASES callings. They became the wives of foremen and superintendents, teachers in the...
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American Social and Religious Conditions, Volume 3

Charles Stelzle - Christian sociology - 1912 - 240 pages
...daughters of New England farmers. These girls, through economic influences, were forced out of the factory, but they were not forced downward in the scale of...teachers in the common schools, clerks in stores and counting rooms. The women who came in to take their places were very largely Irish girls— fresh and...
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American Social and Religious Conditions

Charles Stelzle - African Americans - 1912 - 240 pages
...New England farmers. These girls, through economic influences, were forced out of the factory, but 87 they were not forced downward in the scale of life....the wives of foremen and superintendents, teachers iu the common schools, clerks in stores and counting rooms. The women who came in to take their places...
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