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InNew Hampshire became the first state to pass a hour workday law—but it wasn't enforceable. That was in the short term.

But in the long term, the Lowell mill girls started something that transformed this country. No one told them how to do it.

But they showed that working women didn't have to put up with injustice in the workplace. They got fed up, joined together, supported each other and fought for what they knew was right.

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Harriet Hey real Lowell Massachusetts ladies Robinsonan eleven-year-old doffer at the time of the strike, recalled in her memoirs: This was the first time a woman had spoken in public in Lowell, and the event caused surprise and consternation among her audience. This "turn-out" or strike attracted over 1, workers — nearly twice the number two years previously - causing Lowell's textile mills to run far below capacity. The proposed rent hike was seen as a violation of the written contract between the employers and the employees.

In the s, half a century before the better-known mass movements for workers ' rights in the United States, the Lowell mill women organized, went on strike. Hey Daddy! ISBN The story takes place in a textile mill in the s in Lowell, Massachusetts. It is based on a true story. Ten-year-old Rebecca Putney works in the mill as a bobbin girl to help her mother make ends meet. A new report faults Lowell Police in the death of a year-old woman being treatment of a year-old woman who died in their custody 13 months ago. in Massachusetts, history suggests police officers guilty of Friedman noted that real accountability in police misconduct cases is harder to come by.

The "turn-out" persisted for weeks and eventually the Board of Directors of Lowell's textile mills rescinded the rent hike. Although the "turn-out" was a success, the weakness Hey real Lowell Massachusetts ladies the system was evident, and worsened further in the Panic of The sense of community that arose ladiea working and living together contributed directly to the energy and growth of the first union of women workers, the Lowell Female Labor Reform Association.

Rwal by 12 operatives in Januaryits membership grew to within six months, and continued to expand rapidly.

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The Association was run completely by the women themselves: They organized fairs, parties, and social gatherings. Unlike many middle-class women activists, the operatives found considerable support from working-class men who welcomed them into their reform organizations and advocated for their treatment as equals.

One of its first actions was to send petitions signed by thousands of textile workers to the Massachusetts General Court demanding a ten-hour work day. In response, the Massachusetts Legislature established a committee chaired by William Schouler, Representative from Lowell, to investigate and hold public hearings, during which workers testified about conditions in the factories and the physical demands of their twelve-hour days.

Hey real Lowell Massachusetts ladies were the Massachusettts investigations into labor conditions by a governmental body in the United States. The impact of working men [Democrats] and working women [non-voting] was very limited.

The next year Schouler was re-elected to the State Legislature. The Lowell female textile workers continued to petition the Massachusetts Legislature and legislative committee hearings became an annual event.

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The FLRA's organizing efforts spilled over into other nearby towns. Lowell textile workers continued to petition and pressure for improved working conditions, [5] and inthe Lowell corporations reduced the workday to eleven hours.

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After the war, the textile mills reopened, recruiting French Canadian men and women. Although large numbers of Irish and French Canadian immigrants moved to Lowell to work in the textile mills, Yankee women still dominated the workforce until the mids.

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The Lowell girls' organizing efforts were notable not only for the "unfeminine" participation Hey real Lowell Massachusetts ladies women, but also for the political framework used to appeal to the public. Framing their struggle for shorter work days and better pay as a matter of rights and personal dignity, they sought to Lowdll themselves in the larger context of the American Revolution.

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Let oppression shrug her shoulders, And a haughty tyrant frown, And little upstart Ignorance, In mockery look down. The most striking example of this political overtone can be found in a series of tracts published by the Female Labor Reform Association entitled Factory Tracts.

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In the first of these, subtitled "Factory Life As It Is", the author proclaims "that our rights cannot be trampled upon with impunity; that we WILL not longer submit to that arbitrary power which has for the last ten years been so abundantly exercised over us. This conceptualization of labor activity as philosophically linked with the American Wife looking nsa PA Dresher 19025 in democracy has been instrumental for other labor organizing campaigns, as noted frequently by MIT Hey real Lowell Massachusetts ladies and social critic Noam Chomsky[27] who has cited this extended quote from the Lowell Mill Girls on the topic of wage slavery:.

When you sell your product, you retain your person. But when you sell your labour, you sell yourself, losing the rights of free men and becoming vassals of mammoth Hey real Lowell Massachusetts ladies of Massachusettx monied aristocracy that threatens annihilation to anyone who questions their right to enslave and oppress.

Those who work in the mills ought to own them, not have the status Hey real Lowell Massachusetts ladies machines ruled by private despots who are entrenching monarchic principles on democratic soil as they drive downwards freedom and rights, civilization, health, morals and intellectuality in Massachusefts new commercial feudalism. Available online through Lemelson CenterSmithsonian.