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Monday, May 12

  1. page egan edited ... Students can describe only that mill girls work in the mill. Students can tell about how mill…
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    Students can describe only that mill girls work in the mill.
    Students can tell about how mill girls helped people starving in Ireland and how they could stick together.
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    can give exmaplesexamples of how
    Students can outline and explain mill girls response to famine in Ireland and give examples of how they supported each other and sometimes why they did not.
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    The Mill Girls http://nps.gov/lowe
    The Ten-Hour Movement: Women and the Early Labor Movement. Pamphlet; Tsongas Industrial History Center, Lowell, MA
    http://www.quiltersmusic.com/mill_girls_of_spindle_city BROKEN LINK
    http://www.nps.gov/lowe/photosmultimedia/making_textiles.htm
    Task 2
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    Prospectus for the Voice (1845 - 1848)
    Boston Globe (1872 - present)
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    you wrote.
    Voice of Industry
    February 26, 1847
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    The Voice of Industry http://library.uml.edu/clh/All/voi11.htm
    Documents of Mill Life http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhwork/milllife.pdf
    Games http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htm BROKEN LINKhttp://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls/who_am_i.htm
    Task 3
    You will become biographers to write the story of Sarah Bagley’s life. Why is she important in the story of women in Lowell? What was her early impression of working in the mill? How did it change? What organizations did she help to start? What did she think would help the mill workers most?
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    Students can describe why immigrants took jobs in the mill.
    Students can describe why mill work seemed good to immigrants and mill owners.
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    and mill owners__// NOT SURE ON THIS B/C PAGE WAS CROPPED.owners.
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    Resources
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    The Mill Girls http://nps.gov/lowe
    The Ten-Hour Movement: Women and the Early Labor Movement. Pamphlet; Tsongas Industrial History Center, Lowell, MA
    http://www.quiltersmusic.com/mill_girls_of_spindle_city BROKEN BROKEN LINK
    http://www.nps.gov/lowe/photosmultimedia/making_textiles.htm
    Task 2
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  4. page egan edited ... The Mill Girls http://nps.gov/lowe The Ten-Hour Movement: Women and the Early Labor Movement.…
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    The Mill Girls http://nps.gov/lowe
    The Ten-Hour Movement: Women and the Early Labor Movement. Pamphlet; Tsongas Industrial History Center, Lowell, MA
    http://www.quiltersmusic.com/mill_girls_of_spindle_city BROKEN LINK
    http://www.nps.gov/lowe/photosmultimedia/making_textiles.htm
    Task 2
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    The Voice of Industry http://library.uml.edu/clh/All/voi11.htm
    Documents of Mill Life http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhwork/milllife.pdf
    Games http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htm</span>http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htm BROKEN LINK
    Task 3
    You will become biographers to write the story of Sarah Bagley’s life. Why is she important in the story of women in Lowell? What was her early impression of working in the mill? How did it change? What organizations did she help to start? What did she think would help the mill workers most?
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    The Voice of Industry http://library.uml.edu/clh/All/voi11.htm
    Documents of Mill Life http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhwork/milllife.pdf
    Games http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htmhttp://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htm</span>
    Task 3
    You will become biographers to write the story of Sarah Bagley’s life. Why is she important in the story of women in Lowell? What was her early impression of working in the mill? How did it change? What organizations did she help to start? What did she think would help the mill workers most?
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  6. page egan edited ... The Mill Girls. Lowell National Historical Park, MA at website http://www.nps.gov/lowe New Ha…
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    The Mill Girls. Lowell National Historical Park, MA at website http://www.nps.gov/lowe
    New Hampshire Historical Society http://nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhwork/milllife.pdf
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    Lowell Mills1853 http://www.library.csi.cuny.edu/dept/americanstudies/lavendar/graphics/ttable.jpghttp://invention.smithsonian.org/centerpieces/whole_cloth/u2ei/u2images/act9/time_tbl.html
    Game
    http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls/who_am_i.htm
    Sources
    http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls/who_am_i.htm
    Bibliography

    Dublin, Thomas. Women at Work:The Transformation of Work and Community in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1826-1860. Second Edition. New York: Columbia University Press, 1993.
    Eisenberg, Susan. Blind Spot. Omaha, Nebraska: Backwaters Press, 2006.
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    The Voice of Industry http://library.uml.edu/clh/All/voi11.htm
    Documents of Mill Life http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhwork/milllife.pdf
    Games http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htm//http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htm
    Task 3
    You will become biographers to write the story of Sarah Bagley’s life. Why is she important in the story of women in Lowell? What was her early impression of working in the mill? How did it change? What organizations did she help to start? What did she think would help the mill workers most?
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    Farm Girls Become Mill Girls Who Work to Improve Conditions for EveryoneMill Girls: The Power of the Pen
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    Grade 5
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    state legislators
    Using research gathered from primary and secondary sources you will participate in a debate about working conditions in the factories.
    http://www.nps.gov/lowe
    http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls/backgrnd.htm
    Task
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    Prospectus for the Voice (1845 - 1848)
    Boston Globe (1872 - present)
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    you wrote.
    Connie, We still need to request one issue to be scanned so that it is searchable as a PDF. Which document do you want?

    Voice of Industry
    February 26, 1847
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Monday, May 5

  1. page egan edited ... You will become biographers to write the story of Sarah Bagley’s life. Why is she important in…
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    You will become biographers to write the story of Sarah Bagley’s life. Why is she important in the story of women in Lowell? What was her early impression of working in the mill? How did it change? What organizations did she help to start? What did she think would help the mill workers most?
    You will find information in our folder about Sarah Bagley and in book that we have. See if you can find a picture of her and her friends on the Internet or draw some pictures to illustrate your biography.
    Listen to a podcast about Sarah Bagley's working life
    Engines of Ingenuity - Episode 1245
    http://www.uh.edu/engines/epi1245.htm

    Resources
    Jeff Levinson, editor. Mill Girls of Lowell. Boston, MA Perspectives on History: HistoryCompass reprints of the Offering include on signed SGB, Sarah Bagley’
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Sunday, May 4

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    Flyer image “75 Young Women” from front page of The Mill Girls National Park Service
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    for short times.//times.
    Lesson Process
    Task 1
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    February 26, 1847
    Resources
    The Offering http://library.umlhttp:library.uml
    The Voice of Industry http://library.uml.edu/clh/All/voi11.htm
    Documents of Mill Life http://www.nhhistory.org/edu/support/nhwork/milllife.pdf
    Games http://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htmhttp://www.berwickacademy.org/millgirls.htm//
    Task 3
    You will become biographers to write the story of Sarah Bagley’s life. Why is she important in the story of women in Lowell? What was her early impression of working in the mill? How did it change? What organizations did she help to start? What did she think would help the mill workers most?
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