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English : Nation and Narration Spring Ina group of Boston merchants and traders began their campaign to transform a riverbank below the thirty-foot falls of the Merrimack River into "the greatest textile manufacturing establishment in the country. The cotton mills of Lowell, Massachusetts, and other New England sites began to employ the first female industrial labor force in the United States. Almost twenty years later, factory workers wrote and edited the Lowell Offering, a literary magazine showcasing the virtues and talents of the female operatives in verse, essays and short fiction Eisler, This site discusses the female Lowell factory worker as portrayed in the Offering. Although the magazine never expressed an overtly feminist view of the factory girls' condition, nor invoked a working-class consciousness similar to later labor expressions in Lowell, there is evidence of a narrative strategy and ideology speaking both to the factory women and the middle-class readership outside of the mill town.
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The mill agents and Boston trustees were concerned for the rural Yankee daughters who would work for them, and regarding them as members of the same social class, respectable Yankee daughters and brethren to the Boston capitalists. Please enlighten all who wish for information. At the time the Lowell cotton mills were started the caste of the factory girl was the and in France, particularly, great injustice had been done to her real character.
Likewise, factory women familiar with the "cult of true womanhood" wished to broaden its boundaries to include industrial labor in the feminine, domestic role. Here, the distance between author, narrator and character constructed in the short fiction is collapsed, and the first-person narrative implies that the speaker is a mostly helpless witness to factory life.
During the Civil Warmany of Lowell's cotton mills closed, unable to acquire bales of raw cotton from the South.
Following the trade disruptions caused by the War ofa group of Boston-area financiers created a new kind of factory. I next tried the dressrooms on the Lawrence Cor[poration], but did not succefeld in getting a place. The early nineteenth century witnessed great shifts in the terms of this contract, as domestic labor became a less productive role of labor for young women. Search. Our new persons Enjoy Massqchusetts together on any occasion weekend.
It was one of the many answers to the question of what social ties were important to the "self-dependent" woman.
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Harriet Hanson Robinsonan eleven-year-old doffer at the time of the strike, recalled in her memoirs: "One of the girls stood on a pump and gave vent to the feelings of her companions in a neat speech, declaring that it was their duty to resist all Latimer IA wife swapping at cutting down the wages. These "operatives"—so-called because they operated the looms and other machinery—were primarily women and children from farming backgrounds.
The loss of status experienced when gguy enters into factory work, and the moral dangers thought to inhere in factory life, spurred many female writers back to entreat the Lwell for admission. So considering all things I think I have done the best I could. I would have written but wished to find whether I should be able to stand it-to do the work that I am now doing. Write soon. As such ideas of the factory operative's function as a sister and daughter were offered to both Lowell women and the wider reading public, other models were also suggested by other activity.
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New York: Harper Torchbooks, Cott, "social and economic change included alteration of family structure, functions, and values, which affected women's roles in manifold ways. This Site National Historical Park Massachusetts To find workers for their mills in early Lowell, the textile corporations recruited Male and female workers were expected to observe the Sabbath, and temperance was Massachuseths encouraged.
The essence of paternalism's hold on different social groups was its promise of mutual advantage: it offered Lowell women wage-work, absence from the household authority that lookinh been the rule for their ancestors, and economic independence -- all in return for their labor. While a few Irish, for example, had been employed in digging the canals and building the factories, few initially found work in part due to heavy prejudice.
Farley acknowledges that the factory girl faces a status disadvantage when compared to the condition of other authors and commentators.
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No one has much hope of her ever being any better. Sluts in Athens pa is a dark side, moral as well as physical. I do not like here very well virl am very sure I never shall as well as at Mother Guilds. Thus, although the Offering contains a very legitimate sample of women workers' views, it is not a representative view.
In Eisler's collection of writings by Offering authors, several characters earn a wage for the needs of a family member: either for the betterment of a brother or the financial redemption of a fatherless family. It is at No. I have known women to educate young men by their earnings, who were not In Massachusetts, beforea woman could not, legally, be treasurer of her. Many rural New Englanders sided with Thomas Jefferson: the United States was better off as a nation of land-owning, self-sufficient farmers.
This had profoundly ambivalent effects: such "alterations could be turned to constrain women's autonomy and effect conservative intents, or women could grasp them as cause and opportunity for further change, even for assertion of new social power. Independent of family ties and entrusted to Yankee patrons for both their moral and material livelihoods, residing in boarding houses close to the factory, young single women encountered a way of life sharply different from the domestic work experience characteristic of the household economy of New England farms.
When I called for it I told the man that my fare to Lowell was paid all the way and I wanted a ticket to Lowell. But if it is not, then I have paid a dollar too much and gained the character of trying to cheat the company out of my fare, for the man thought I was lying to him. The retelling of factory life was accomplished so that female authors could reconcile it with the feminine literary tradition.
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Like Farley's "Affections," the fellow boarders regard Rosina's conduct with contempt, until unfortunate news arouses their sympathies. I saw Ann Hersey last Sunday. In "Evening before Pay-Day," Rosina works not only to supplement the domestic sphere; industrial wage-work is the most useful role she can fulfill for her faraway home, even when tragedy unfolds there.
The "cult of true womanhood," which upheld domestic ideals as the proper place for all women, was confronted with a new social fact: women were no longer confined solely to the domestic roles prescribed for them Cott, English : Nation and Narration Spring Ina group of Boston merchants and traders began their campaign to transform a riverbank below the thirty-foot falls of the Merrimack River into "the greatest textile manufacturing establishment in the country.
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Fired from her job, stricken by illness, it is revealed eventually that she has been working so that the visitor, in reality her brother, could court a proud, gurl woman from another part of town.