From working daughters to working mothers : immigrant women in a New England industrial community / Louise Lamphere Lamphere, Louise

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Lamphere, Louise
Subjects
Women -- Employment -- Rhode Island -- Central Falls -- History; Alien labor - Rhode Island - Central Falls - History.; Rhode Island
Contents
  • 1. From working daughters to working mothers
  • 2. Early working daughters: pulling immigrant families into the textile-mill economy
  • 3. Working daughters, ethnic neighborhoods and family strategies
  • 4. The decline of the textile industry and women's resistance
  • 5. The transformation of the Central Falls economy and the new women immigrants
  • 6. Working mothers and family strategies in Colombian and Portuguese households
  • 7. Women's strategies on the job: informal resistance in an apparel plant
  • 8. Production, reproduction, ethnicity and strategies of resistance: conclusions.
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475394

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