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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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- Fall '06
- History, A. Family/Household Economy, mines Family/Consumer Economy, Textile Mills Teachers, maids Textile Mills