Transforming Women's Work

Transforming Women's Work

New England Lives in the Industrial Revolution

"No historian has done more to illuminate the achievements of female labor in the early textile mills than Thomas Dublin. . . . In this latest book, he provides a broad account of women's work during the industrial transformation of America, giving us the chance to test the typicality of the factory experience against other forms of female employment. He mines a breathtaking array of sources, including business records, census data, deeds, wills, diaries, and personal correspondence, to reconstruct the circumstances surrounding women's work in New England from the 1820s to 1900. . . . Dublin's ingenious detective work in matching families in archival sources enables him to make important points."—Women's Review of Books




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Subjects

Social Science : Gender and Sexuality Studies
History : History / U.S. and Canada
Labor and Workplace Issues : Industrial and Labor Relations

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