Facts fron the American History

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  1. Among the primary reasons that young farm women moved from the farms to work in textile mill towns in the early 19th century was: To escape farm life and earn wages
  2. The history of Lowell epitomizes this transition: Self-sufficient farm families to urban wageworkers
  3. In the pre-industrial system, a boy who wanted to learn a trade Entered a formal apprenticeship system
  4. The organization of a family business in the pre-industrial era was Patriarchal
  5. If you lived in Boston or Philadelphia from 1790-1807 and had accumulated tremendous amounts of capital, it was probably from International shipping
  6. The states of the Old Northwest were largely settled by migrants from New England
  7. The work style changes that occurred as factory production transformed the American economy included The regulation of work lives by clocks and bells
  8. Catherine Beecher’s book Treatsie on Domestic Economy illustrated the need for Helping middle-class women modernize their tasks and family role
  9. A crucial aspect of the new putting-out system was Division of labor
  10. The Lowell mills employed primarily. Women and children
  11. The British dubbed this “the American system of manufactures”: Interchangeable parts
  12. The term “free” labor originally reffered to the Right to move to another job
  13. Many of the first strikes in American labor history were led by Rural women workers.
  14. In his Walden, Henry David Thoreau.

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