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Imagine you are one of the factory workers at Lowell Mills tasked with creating the headline story for this month’s factory newspaper.

Factory Workers—Factory Worker Template
1. First paragraph: Hook your reader into wanting to read your article. Explain the conditions and daily life in the factory.
2. Second paragraph: Describe the effects working in the factory had on the workers.
3. Third paragraph: Summarize and review what you wrote.

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