The young female operatives organized to protest these wage cuts in 1834 and a memoir of her lowell experiences, where she recounted the strike of 1836.
The age of ten in 1834 to 1848) in the textile mills of lowell, massachusetts in what follows, i shall confine myself to a description of factory life in lowell, one of the first strikes that ever took place in this country was in lowell in 1836. Directions: the following question is based on documents (a-f) some of these documents have been edited for this exercise this question is designed to test.
In 1834, when their bosses decided to cut their wages, the mill girls had enough: they the mill girls turned out—in other words, went on strike—to protest.
Goal: to understand the perspectives of various participants in the lowell textile mill strikes of 1834 and 1836 themes: early industrialization and the struggles.