Remembering the Triangle Factory Fire, 100 years later

Workers & Working Conditions

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Women sew by hand while men press finished garments. Garment workers were typically not allowed to talk or sing on the job. Supervisors docked pay for late arrival, talking, taking too long in the rest room or missing Sunday shifts.

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Sweatshop conditions in the early 1900's

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