Making America, Custom Publication

Making America, Custom Publication

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The size of the new factories made such direct contact between owners, workers, and products impossible. ... The experience of Elizabeth Yale Hancock, a country girl from upstate New York, was fairly typical. ... Many unmarried men and women seeking their fortunes in town boarded in private homes or rooming houses. ... shirts on the job because they do no grubby manual labor. provincialism The limited and narrow perspective thought to be characteristic of people in rural areas.

Title:Making America, Custom Publication
Author: Berkin
Publisher:Houghton Mifflin - 2006-08-01

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