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by Tamara K. Hareven
Author: Tamara K. Hareven
Publisher: Pantheon; 1st paperback ed edition (February 12, 1980)
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TAMARA K. HAREVEN is Unidel Professor of Family Studies and History, University of Delaware, and . HAREVEN is Unidel Professor of Family Studies and History, University of Delaware, and Visiting Scholar in sociology at Harvard University. She is founder of the Journal of Family History and President of the Social Science History Association. His articles and photographs have been published in numerous books and magazines; and his book, A Future From the Past, was published by the . Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Tamara Hareven, one of the most intelligent and prolific among contemporary historians of the family, has disclosed something of the life and work patterns of men and women in a great mill
Tamara Hareven, one of the most intelligent and prolific among contemporary historians of the family, has disclosed something of the life and work patterns of men and women in a great mill. In the course of it, she has also warned us about the insufficiency of simple formulas, the complexity of men and societies, and we are in her debt for it. -New Republic. Start reading Amoskeag on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.
Amoskeag: Life and Work in an American Factory-City. By Tamara K. Hareven and Randolph Langenbach. New York: Pantheon Books, 1978. University of South Carolina.
Start by marking Amoskeag: Life and Work in an American . A series of interviews with workers at a huge factory in Amoskeag.
Start by marking Amoskeag: Life and Work in an American Factory-City as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. When this first came out I used Hareven's Amoskeag, about the huge NH mill, to teach Freshman Composition in Fall River, a larger mill city, though with no one mill so massive. Hareven, Tamara & Randolph Langenbach (Pantheon, 1978). Amoskeag Manufacturing Company of Manchester, . comes to life through the voices of its former employees, who described what it was like working in the mills early in the 20th century. This oral history is enhanced by photographs of the factory buildings & the people who worked in them.
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Fifty years later the Amoskeag complex was the largest textile factory in the world. They talk about their work, their living conditions, their family life, and what they have learned: ""If I had my life all over again, I wouldn't be in the mill. In another fifty years Amoskeag closed down, throwing 17,000 people out of work. This book records the oral history of some of those people and their forebears, most of them now dead. Eventually, after labor battles in the Twenties, the mills close, but not until the owners have squirreled millions in profits in their own private hole.
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