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Stories of Women During the Industrial Revolution: Changing Roles, Changing Lives
Stories of Women During the Industrial Revolution: Changing Roles, Changing Lives
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Heinemann-Raintree Middle School Nonfiction

Stories of Women During the Industrial Revolution: Changing Roles, Changing Lives

From the mid-18th century, new machines powered by steam and coal began to produce goods on a massive scale. This was known as the Industrial Revolution. Workers were poorly paid and their working conditions were harsh. Life was even harder for working women, who received lower wages and fewer rights than men. Some women, however, would not stand for the poor treatment of themselves or others. These are the stories of four trailblazers who achieved amazing things in difficult circumstances: Known as the “Angel of the Prisons,” Elizabeth Fry brought about changes for female and child inmates. Florence Nightingale did the unthinkable for a woman of the time and, instead of getting married, became a nurse and reformed the nursing system. Sarah G. Bagley was a pioneering labor activist who fought against harsh factory conditions. “Mother” Jones earned the title of “most dangerous woman in America” by traveling around the country urging coal miners and mill workers to stand up for their ri

 
ISBN978-1-4846-0868-5
PublisherHeinemann-Raintree
BrandHeinemann-Raintree Middle School Nonfiction
Age Level11-16 Years
Reading LevelGrades 6-11
GenreBiography
Trim Size5 1/4 x 7 1/2
Page Count112
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2015
Paperback
Price
$6.95
 


 
 

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School Library Connection - Maggie Norris, LMS, Byron Nelson High School, Trophy Club (TX)

"...very valuable for ELL or lower level students. . . .these texts do provide a strong introduction to women’s history." - School Library Connection

February 1, 2016

VOYA - Rebecca Denham

"These mini biographies are appropriate for a general introduction to some high profile figures in women’s history. . . .a good introduction to women’s history for below-level readers or English language learner students." - VOYA

April 1, 2015

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