the triangle shirtwaist factory fre; a reasearch paper; labor laws of the early 1900s and reforms that followed a tragedy
On the morning of March 25, 1911, five-hundred women and children went to work in the Asch building where the Triangle Shirtwaist Company was located in New York City. By the end of that day, only 350 would walk out alive. At 4:40 in the afternoon, a pile of scrap material caught fire on the eighth floor cutting room (Jackson). The fire quickly spread to the ninth and tenth floors also occupied by the company. Although 146 people lost their lives in one of the worst fire related tragedies of the Industrial Revolution, the reforms that would follow were necessary for the good of all.
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- the triangle shirtwaist factory fre; a reasearch paper; labor laws of the early 1900s and reforms that followed a tragedy
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