DAUGHTERS OF FREE MEN

DAUGHTERS OF FREE MEN

    Price: $75.00

    Code: 1326
    Format: DVD

    Part of the Who Built America? series, this video tells the story of Lucy Hall and other young Yankee farm women who enter a new world of factory labor and boarding house life in the textile mills of 1830s Lowell, Massachusetts.

    Produced by American Social History Project,
    The City University of New York
    30 minutes
    Study Guide Available


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