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June 1980 by Harpercollins College Div .
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LOWELL OFFERINGThe Lowell Offering, a literary magazine written and edited by factory workers in the cotton mills of Lowell, Massachusetts, from tostands at the intersection of early industrial capitalism in the United States and changing modes of authorship, literary production, and gender identity.
In the mids, Lowell, Massachusetts, developed into an urban center with large. The Mill Women of Lowell, Massachusetts--the first female industrial wage earners in the United States--were a new social and economic phenomenon in American society.
In the s and s, drawn by the highest wages offered to female employees anywhere in America, they sought and found independence and opportunity in the country's first planned industrial community.
The Lowell offering: writings by New England mill women () Item PreviewPages: In the s, female mill workers in Lowell, Massachusetts, edited and wrote for their own magazine, the Lowell Offering.
George Henry Evans founded the Workingman's Advocate and, informed the National Reform Association for the benefit of labor. Harriet Farley, American writer and editor, remembered largely for her stewardship of the Lowell Offering, a literary magazine published by women at the textile mills in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Farley grew up from in Atkinson, New Hampshire, where she was educated in the local academy headed by. Historians have dismissed as naive and sentimental The Lowell Offering, the periodical published from to by and for the ""mill girls"" of America's first planned industrial community. The Lowell Offering.
The Lowell Offering was a magazine of literature by women textile workers Lowell Offering book Lowell, Massachusetts. Publication History. The Lowell Offering began inand ran until Persistent Archives of Complete Issues. HathiTrust has the first series, and all 5 volumes of the second series, mostly in reprint editions.
The Lowell Offering was a monthly magazine written by these women workers and published from to Its contents included songs, poems, essays, and stories--both serious and humorous--about what it was like to work in the mills. It was first organized and edited by a local minister and supported by the city's textile companies.
the Lowell offering. what happened to bring about the negative changes/ problems in the Lowell Mills. expansion/ competition. what is turn-out. strike. what is the Ten Hours Movement. workers union (labor union) list five ("first") accomplishments of the Lowell Mills.
“A Week in the Mill” Anonymous, Lowell Offering, Volume V Much has been said of the factory girl and her employment. By some she has been represented as dwelling in a sort of brick-and-mortar paradise, having little to occupy thought save the weaving of romantic fancies, while the spindle or the wheel flies obediently beneath her Size: KB.
The Lowell Offering. Powers and Bagley, 0 Reviews. Preview this book. In response, "A Factory Girl" published a defense of the mill girls in the December issue of the Lowell Offering, a journal of articles, fiction, and poetry written by and for the Lowell factory operatives.
The author was probably Harriet Jane Farley, a mill girl who eventually became editor of. The Lowell Offering 5 by harriet farley at - the best online ebook storage.
Download and read online for free The Lowell Offering 5 by harriet farley/5(2). The Lowell Offering: Writings by New England Mill Women () by Eisler, Benita and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Lowell Offering title page depicts a scene in which a young woman stands in a garden with the Lowell Mill directly behind her.
The image was on the cover of every issue of the Offering throughout its run, from to The young woman is neatly dressed and carrying a book. Title varies:The Lowell offering; a repository of original articles, written exclusively by females actively employed in the mills (title varies slightly) Oct.
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The Lowell offering: writings by New England mill women () / Published: () Women at work: the transformation of work and community in Lowell, Massachusetts, / by: Dublin, Thomas, Published: (). Lowell Offering: Writings by New England Mill Women Benita Eisler Paperback Publisher: Harpercollins College Div Jun 1 Edition: ISBN: Description: Used - Acceptable Acceptable condition.
Internal SKU: E05F Wonder Book is a top rated plus seller in business since and online since !/5(64). The Lowell Offering Writings by New England Mill Women () (Book): The industrial revolution in 19th-century New England described in the words of the workers.
Even after long work hours, mill women of Lowell, Massachusetts--the first female industrial wage earners in the United States--found time and energy to write about their lives and aspirations in their own magazine, the LOWELL. Lowell Restaurants Offering Delivery, Takeout and Curbside Pick-Up 03/17/ Maryalene LaPonsie Community Businesses, Restaurants 0 Since a government order mandating that restaurants, bars and pubs shut down their dine-in service, many Lowell establishments have shifted to.
The Lowell Offering Writings by New England Mill Women () by Benita Eisler. Published December by W. Norton & Company. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet. Can you add one. First Sentence. Thinly disguised reportage, "Letters from Susan" and "Tales of Factory Life" illustrate the ways in which the Cited by: Other articles where Lowell Offering is discussed: Harriet Farley: for her stewardship of the Lowell Offering, a literary magazine published by women at the textile mills in Lowell, Massachusetts.
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Subject to credit approval. The Lowell Offering was the first of several periodicals produced and written by women for women readers in the United States during the nineteenth century.
Amelia Bloomer (–) published the successful magazine The Lily from to to promote temperance (abstinence from drinking alcohol) and women's dress reform.
Loom and Spindle: or, Life Among the Early Mill Girls, with a Sketch of The Lowell Offering and Some of its Contributors (New York and Boston: T. Crowell and Co., c), by Harriet Jane Hanson Robinson, contrib. by Carroll Davidson Wright (page images at HathiTrust). Merrimack Repertory Theatre and the UMass Lowell English Department will present a dramatic reading of The Lowell Offering, a work in progress by Andy Bayiates and Genevra Gallo-Bayiates, at 7 p.m.
on Friday, Nov. 15, at the Lowell National Park Visitor Center, Market Street. Jess Hutchinson will direct.