What Is The Role Of Women In The Industrial Revolution

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The Industrial Revolution brought many changes in production and trade farm fields for factories to America. It changed the landscape of the Northern states and the economy of the nation as a whole. One of these many changes included the mills where textiles were made. Young girls from across the country came to work in these mills to make just enough money for their families to survive. Sadly, these mills gave too many problems for these young girls. Working at low salaries for long hours and working in horrible conditions. This created a horrible atmosphere as some of these girls would start working at ages as young as ten. These girls would receive very little education in the mill due to the long hours. Some night schools were organized

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