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1.)How did New England's textile industry affect women?

A.)New technologies required men to work far from their wives & families.

B.)The jobs in the this field were considered "men's work<" & women were not hired.

C.)The need for unskilled labor provided low-paying factory jobs for young girls.

D.)Young women were paid high wages because of their weaving & sewing skills

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  1. What is your answer?

  2. D?

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  3. I think there's a better answer.

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    posted by Reed
  4. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lowell_Mill_Girls

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  5. Ooooppps, it's C!?

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  6. C is right.

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