Women at work : the transformation of work and community in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1826-1860

Thomas Dublin

In this prize-winning study, Thomas Dublin explores, in carefully researched detail, the lives and experiences of the first generation of American women to face the demands of industrial capitalism. Dublin describes and traces the strong community awareness of these women from Lowell and relates it to labor protest movements of the 1830s and '40s.

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  • TablesIllustrationsPrefaceAcknowledgements Chapter 1: Women Workers and Early IndustrializationChapter 2: The Early Textile Idustry and the Rise of LowellChapter 3: The Lowell Work Force, 1836, and the Social Origins of Women WorkersChapter 4: The Social Relations of Production in the Early MillsChapter 5: The BoardinghouseChapter 6: The Early Strikes: The 1830sChapter 7: The Ten Hour Movement: The 1840sChapter 8: The Transformation of Lowell, 1836-1850, and the New NMill Work Force Chapter 9: Immigrants in the Mills, 1850-1860Chapter 10: Housing and Families of Women OperativesChapter 11: Careers of Operatives, 1836-1860Chapter 12: The Operatives' Response, 1850-1860 Appendixes1. Preparation of the Hamilton Company Payroll, 18362. The Social Origins Study3. The Hamilton Company Work Force, August 1850 and June 18604. The 1860 Millhand Sample5. Sources of Bias and Considerations of Representativeness

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書名 Women at work : the transformation of work and community in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1826-1860
著作者等 Dublin, Thomas
Dublin Thomas Louis
出版元 Columbia University Press
刊行年月 1979
ページ数 xiii, 312 p., [8] p. of plates
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0231041675
0231041667
NCID BA01407131
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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