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how many people worked at the Triangle Factory ( the factory that was famous for waste and the factory caught on fire on March 25, 1911)

  • ela -

    The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory --

    Normally 500 workers were employed there.

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  • ela -

    500

  • ela -

    i meant to say how many people at the triangle factory (THE FACTORY THAT WAS FAMOUS FOR MAKING SHIRTWAISTS AND THE FACTORY CAUGHT ON FIRE ON MARCH, 25 1911) worked there?

  • ela -

    i need the approximate number are you both sure that it is 500 workers

  • ela -

    I could only find 500 workers as normally employed there. It's likely there wasn't an exact count recorded.

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