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THE ANTEBELLUM WOMEN’S MOVEMENT
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Letters from a Lowell mill girl, interviews with former slaves, handbills, songs, and resolutions from abolitionist and women’s rights conventions shed light on how industrialism and political activism led to changes in women’s roles both inside and outside the home.
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National Center for History in the Schools