Aspirations and Anxieties: New England Workers and the Mechanized Factory System, 1815-1850

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Index
Abolitionism, 115, 117
Absenteeism, 196, 256, 327n
Adams, John, 191
Adams, Massachusetts, 312n
Adams, Shubal, 59
Agricultural labor, 16, 88, 128-29, 257, 261-68, 280, 288-89, 300, 312n, 335n
Allendale, Rhode Island, 311n
Allen, John, 236
Allen, Zachariah, 73, 281, 311n
Almy and Brown, 165
American Revolution, 114, 200, 203, 210, 223, 247, 269
Amesbury, Massachusetts, 185, 189, 205
Ames Company, 286
Ames, N. P., 286
Amoskeag Machine Shop, 60, 76, 100, 157, 195, 250
Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, 102, 107-8, 115, 152, 168
Andover, Massachusetts, 246
"Ann and Myself", 187
Appleton, Ann, 78, 90, 255
Appleton Company, 69, 121
Apprentices, 123, 126, 138-39, 174
Arbitration, 247
Armorers, 51, 53-56, 99, 122, 147, 151, 159, 166, 172-73, 175, 179-81, 255-56, 262, 282, 307n
Armories, 3, 53-56, 99, 151, 165, 282
Arson, 196, 199
Artisanal labor, 16, 179, 257, 287, 293. See also Craftsmen
Atlantic mill, 32
Atwood, Anson, 151
Austin, William, 100-101, 209
Averill, Clementine, 258
Avery, Ephraim K., 312n
Axemaking, 52-53, 171, 173, 181, 241
Back, H. E., 26, 264
Bacon, John, 175
Bagley, Sarah, 31, 33, 46, 82, 89, 184-85, 235, 283, 297
as editor of the Voice of lndustry, 111, 167, 228
on labor recruiting, 167
on the necessity of factory labor, 276-77
skas President of the LFLRA, 218-19
on reforming the factory system, 294-95
on women workers and labor reform, 223-24
on women workers and morality, 134-37
Biaker, Josephine, 37, 40, 49, 66, 76, 168, 183
Banks, 184-85, 201
Baptists, 152, 200, 205, 311n
Barrel-turning machine, 54-55
Bartlett, James, 171
Bathhouses, 77
Belvedere Village, 68
Benjamin, Albion, 59
Bennet, Rufus, 262
Beverly, Massachusetts, 257
Biddeford, Maine, 80, 142, 254
Bishop, Clarissa, 151
Blackburn, B., 148
Blacklist, 151, 159-61, 211, 218, 252, 320n, 329n
Blackstone, Rhode Island, 227
Blackstone River, 140
Blanchard, Thomas, 53-55, 307
Blowing-out balls, 79-81
Boardinghouses, 64-65, 80, 90, 107, 130, 159, 201, 204-6, 219, 240, 268, 280, 312n, 319n
Bobbin-doffer, 22-24, 27, 35, 59, 130, 157, 243
Boott, Kirk, 85, 113, 139, 214
Boott mill, 164
Borden, Hannah, 37, 75, 173, 185
Borden, Richard, 37
Boston Manufacturing Company, 64, 114, 169, 282
Boston, Massachusetts, 106, 112, 121, 126, 186, 295-96, 311n, 328n
Bradley, Chester, 99
Brass-workers, 138, 147, 169, 174, 196, 262, 280
Brewster and Ingraham, 151
Bristol, Connecticut, 151, 195, 274

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