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Gilded Age Working Conditions

Gilded Age Working Conditions

Gilded Age Working Conditions. U.S. History II Mr. Blais. Workers and Type of Work. Factory work between 1860 and 1890 continually increased. There were 900,000 factory workers in 1860 and over three m illion by 1890.

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Gilded Age Working Conditions. U.S. History II Mr. Blais. Workers and Type of Work. Factory work between 1860 and 1890 continually increased. There were 900,000 factory workers in 1860 and over three m illion by 1890.

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