Imagine yourself in Lowell, Massachusetts in 1840 where either you or a close family member works as a factory girl in the textile mill. Discuss what you (or your close family member) experience and see. Consider how technology has made the town distinct and if women affiliated with the mill were treated better or worse in society than their peers elsewhere.
Your response must be at least 200 words in length
The National (Cumberland) Road stretched from:
Georgia to New York.
Maryland to the Ohio River.
New Orleans to St. Louis.
Hudson River to the Missouri River.
During the Antebellum period, __________ became the site of northern female authority.
The Erie Canal connected:
the Great Lakes to the Hudson River
the Missouri River to the Port of New Orleans.
the Mississippi River to the Hudson River
the Great Lakes to the Missouri River
Religion would play a central role in inspiring women to rise towards which major reform movement?
New trails that would emerge in the American West most often started from which point?