THE MILL GIRLS - Lucy Larcom, Harriet Hanson Robinson, Sarah G. Bagley SELDEN, Bernice - LARCOM, Lucy, Harriet Hanson ROBINSON, Sarah G. BAGLEY

By: SELDEN, Bernice - LARCOM,

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THE MILL GIRLS - Lucy Larcom, Harriet Hanson Robinson, Sarah G. Bagley SELDEN, Bernice - LARCOM, Lucy, Harriet Hanson ROBINSON, Sarah G. BAGLEY by SELDEN, Bernice - LARCOM, Lucy, Harriet Hanson ROBINSON, Sarah G. BAGLEY
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New York, Athtntum, 1983. first edition - h/c WITHOUT D.J. This is the story of Lucy Larcom, Harriet Hanson Robinson and Sarah G. Bagley. Each in their own way helped in improving working conditions for women in the textile industry during the explosion of the Industrial Revolution in America during the 1800's through to the early 1900's. 217 x 142mm., pp. 191, b/w plates, biblio., index. Orig. salmon cloth covered boards - no wear, contents near fine - no inscriptions, WITHOUT d.j. VG+

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