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Women work in factorys in the 1800s?


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Answered 2010-12-07 00:15:27

Yes, but only for a a year or two usually to get a dowrey. Back then women were considered a liability to men when getting married. So mosr poorer women would work in textile factories to earn money before getting married.


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