Factory Life

Life in the 1830s

Working in the factory

Most Americans lived in small villages .The Industrial Revolution changed the American's economy and affected the way people lived at home.Most of the children that lived in the farms work in the factories and mines for long hours.They moved from the rural to the urban areas.This changed on how the U.S. works in the 1830s.

Supporting Women's Rights

Most of the women in the 1800s were not allowed to vote or be in office. The leaders of this movement were Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Lucretia Mott. The women were not treated equal because they were supposedly to be at home and clean and cook. In 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention passed the declaration of sentiments. Women had the rights after that.