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Regulations of the Middlesex Company and Its Boarding Houses (with text supports)

The Lowell textile factories, and the boarding houses where they required their female workers to live, had strict rules. The women accepted these rules and even helped enforce them.


Source | Samuel Lawrence, 1 July 1846; Tsongas Industrial History Center and Center for Lowell History, http://www.uml.edu/tsongas/bringing-history-home/page_00/index.htm.
Creator | Samuel Lawrence
Item Type | Pamphlet/Petition
Cite This document | Samuel Lawrence, “Regulations of the Middlesex Company and Its Boarding Houses (with text supports),” HERB: Resources for Teachers, accessed August 24, 2016, http://herb.ashp.cuny.edu/items/show/1820.

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