Mill Girls of Lowell

Edited by: Jeff Levinson
Number of pages: 88
Dimension: 5.25 x 8 Inches (US)
Original publication year: 2007
ISBN: 978-1-932663-15-0
Series: Perspectives on History

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The pre-Civil War textile industry in Lowell, Massachusetts exemplified the American industrial revolution and heralded a nationwide shift from farm to factory. During this time, technological innovation, investment capital, entrepreneurship, new methods of industrial organization, and labor provided by "mill girls" propelled large-scale manufacturing in an important U.S. industry. Mill Girls of Lowell gives insight into the role of the mill girls in the story of modernization and industrialization.
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