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All the hands get different amounts, some as low as $3.50 and some of the men as high as $16 a week. C., and on 9 March 1851 she wrote to its editor, Gamaliel Bailey, as follows: Mr. Information presented in textual and statistical form about American economic trends in the 19th century. The race-course of progress was open to the Old World and the New. They became involved in almost every labor-intensive endeavor in the country. The harnessing of nearby Niagara Falls for hydroelectric power attracted chemical and aluminum industries.

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Publisher: Chelsea House Publications; Library Binding edition (November 1, 2006)

ISBN: 0791092364

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