7 edition of The Lowell Offering found in the catalog.
December 1997 by W. W. Norton & Company .
Written in English
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The Lowell Offering was a monthly magazine that was thirty-two pages long. However, the workers had to be fairly intelligent to master the complicated The Lowell Offering book. The antislavery movement was the most visible reform movement of the period. For this reason, too, the Transcendentalists embraced educational reform as embodied in the efforts of Bronson Alcott and Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, who strove to develop the individual by encouraging intuitive understanding, but could not wholeheartedly take up the cause of common school reform as promoted by Horace Mann. We were called upon to state the original design of the Offering; and gave it in nearly the same language in which it was expressed in a note by the editor in the No.
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What reasons do they offer to support the claim that the conditions of northern factory workers are equivalent to those of southern slaves? There, at the convergence The Lowell Offering book two rivers, a group of investors known as the Boston Associates constructed a number of large brick workshops to house the water-powered equipment necessary for each stage of the textile manufacturing process.
It ran to five volumes, published from to with over fifty women contributors. Others criticized the entire wage-labor The Lowell Offering book system as a form of slavery and actively condemned and campaigned against the harsh working conditions and long hours and the increasing divisions between workers and factory owners.
The The Lowell Offering book Offering must be made the instrument of great good. But I have almost filled my sheet and not alluded to Miss Bagley; I beg her pardon, but will write now as much as I dare hope you will publish.
Although legislators were often slow to intervene in freely-entered contracts between management and labor, in most states, protective legislation of various kinds did eventually pass, if only to alleviate the concerns and criticisms of labor reformers like Orestes Bronson and William West.
Please take a moment to review my edit. Residents lived a simple life, focused upon a balance between physical labor and individual self-culture. In Aprilshe became its publisher, proprietor, and traveling agent. The Lowell Offering: Mouthpiece of the Corporations?
Watsonp. Two years later, a national women's convention was held in Worcester, Massachusetts. Inthe Harmony Society reestablished itself in Pennsylvania in a community called Economy.
In both publication, Farley provided for the first time in history literary venues where working women could publish poetry, articles, and personal stories under a high standard of literary review. What rights are at stake on either side of the labor-management conflict?
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Fulltext search Lowell Mill Girls and the factory system, Lowell, Massachusetts, named in honor of Francis Cabot Lowell, was founded in the early s as a planned town for the manufacture of textiles.
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In glancing at its contents and reflecting upon the origin of its articles, our respect for woman and her saving and regenerating power is increased a thousand fold."- The Lowell Journal.
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