3 edition of Industrial employment of women in the middle and lower ranks found in the catalog.
Industrial employment of women in the middle and lower ranks
John Duguid Milne
Reprint. Originally published: London : Longmans, Green. Rev. ed. 1870.
|Statement||John Duguid Milne.|
|Series||The World of labour : English workers, 1850-1890, World of labour.|
|LC Classifications||HD6136 .M55 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 419 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||83048492|
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Industrial and social position of women in the middle and lower ranks. Published. London: Chapman & Hall, Physical Description. xv, p. ; 20 cm. Subjects. Women -- Employment.
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The upper middle class included factory owners, doctors, lawyers, and government employees, they were almost the equivalent of the upper class. The lower middle class included skilled workers, toolmakers, and factory overseers.
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Class Characteristics Cottagers and labourers; servants: Cottagers were a step below husbandmen, in that they had to work for others for wages. Lowest order of the working castes; perhaps vagabonds, drifters, criminals or other outcasts would be lower. Slavery in England died out by AD. Most young women of middle and lower ranks became servants to.
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