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Factory Girls by Philip S Foner ISBN 13: 9780252004223

ISBN 10: 0252004221

Hardcover; Baltimore, Maryland, U.s.a.: University Of Illinois Press, 1977; ISBN-13: 978-0252004223

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FACTORY GIRLS
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FACTORY GIRLS

by Philip S. Foner

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University of Illinois Press, 1977-11-01. Hardcover. Good.
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Factory Girls

Factory Girls

by Philip S Foner

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360 pp. Text is clean and unmarked in a square and tight binding. Only defect is several very light spots on the outside edge of the text block. DJ has some minor scuffing but is in very good condition. From the front DJ, "A collection of writings on life and struggles in the New England factories of the 1840s by the Factory Girls themselves, and the story...of the first trade unions of women workers in the United States."
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The Factory Girls: A Collection of Writings on Life and Struggles in the New England Factories of...
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The Factory Girls: A Collection of Writings on Life and Struggles in the New England Factories of the 1840's

by Foner, Philip Sheldon

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Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.: Univ of Illinois Pr, 1977. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Price-clipped..
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The Factory Girls: A Collection of Writings on Life and Struggles in the New England Factories of...
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The Factory Girls: A Collection of Writings on Life and Struggles in the New England Factories of the 1840's

by Foner, Philip Sheldon

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0252004221
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Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.: Univ of Illinois Pr, 1977 hardback book and dust jacket in near fine condition, blind stamp on title page. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine.
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The Factory Girls.
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The Factory Girls.

by FONER, Philip S. (editor).

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Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1977. 0252004221. 1st edition. A collection of writings on life and struggles in the New England factories of the 1840s by the Factory Girls themselves, and the story, in their own words, of the first trade unions of women workers in the United States. "Until the emergence of these vocal dissidents in the 1840s, the 'factory girls' status had been pictured in glowing terms of nice evenings, pianos, lectures, literary meetings, and selfless devotion to duty and the mill. But the flowery myth of the 'beauty of factory life' began to wilt as many women became fully committed to improving their working conditions...These women, in voicing their discontent over mill conditions, spearheaded formation of the first trade unions of industrial women in the United States." Pp.xxvii/360, light spotting to closed page edges not affecting margins internally. Purple cloth, dustwrapper rubbed with edge tears with small losses to top edge and spine. VG/G+. .
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FACTORY GIRLS

Foner, Philip S.

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