Factory life

Life in a factory

Life in a factory

factory life in the 1830s was tough. There was women and children working in factories. The worked for 12 hours each day. Under the Lowell system they were only hiring young single women. The young women were coming from rural areas to urban areas. The slater system required young children that worked hard long hours. They often worked on a farm. They moved from rural areas to underground factories.

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Women's rights were violated so much back in the 1800s. They didn't have a say in anything. They just were the person that would listen to the men. What ever the men told them to say they would do. But the rich gang society stands up for that. We want women to have equal rights just as men have. Women are just as good as men. So I'm a strong supporter of women's rights.

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