History Final

History Final - a. People are no longer working on behalf...

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History Final 1. A. Family/Household Economy (up to 1750's, 1780's) a.Families lived together and lived together and made their income fit their needs b. Send out children or bring in labor c.Everybody works in the interest of the family, the property, or the heir to the property d. Tended to marry late because they needed to form a household before they could join their two families together Family/Wage Economy (1780's-1880's) a. Relationship b/w the family and their wages i. Family lives from the family pot b. There was crowding and disease c.Ages of marriages dropped for both male and female d. Woman would be at home, keeping the family members going from shift to shift in the mines Family/Consumer Economy 1880's-1914 or 1945)
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Unformatted text preview: a. People are no longer working on behalf of family to live i. Working on behalf of the children b. More people going to school c.Limit in the number of children being born a. The idea of the domestic wife was very strong in this period i. She was affectionate ii. Was not working on the mill floor iii. She was the supporter of her husband iv. Marriage was not necessarily an economic bargain-Changed because of urbanization and industrialization B. In progress C. women in the 19 th Century and early 20 th century worked as: 1815 Domestic Service cooks, maids Textile Mills Teachers New jobs in steam power and coal Writers Jobs in service schools, hospitals, shops and offices 1914 2....
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