Prisoners of Poverty: Women Wage-Workers, Their Trades and Their Lives
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Prisoners of Poverty: Women Wage-Workers, Their Trades and Their Lives

By Helen Campbell
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Table of Contents
  • PRISONERS OF POVERTY
  • WOMEN WAGE-WORKERS, THEIR TRADES AND THEIR LIVES.
  • PRISONERS OF POVERTY.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • PRISONERS OF POVERTY.
  • CHAPTER FIRST.
    • WORKER AND TRADE.
  • CHAPTER SECOND.
    • THE CASE OF ROSE HAGGERTY.
  • CHAPTER THIRD.
    • SOME METHODS OF A PROSPEROUS FIRM.
  • CHAPTER FOURTH.
    • THE BARGAIN COUNTER.
  • CHAPTER FIFTH.
    • A FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER.
  • CHAPTER SIXTH.
    • MORE METHODS OF PROSPEROUS FIRMS.
  • CHAPTER SEVENTH.
    • NEGATIVE OR POSITIVE GOSPEL.
  • CHAPTER EIGHTH.
    • THE TRUE STORY OF LOTTE BAUER.
  • CHAPTER NINTH.
    • THE EVOLUTION OF A JACKET.
  • CHAPTER TENTH.
    • BETWEEN THE RIVERS.
  • CHAPTER ELEVENTH.
    • UNDER THE BRIDGE AND BEYOND.
  • CHAPTER TWELFTH.
    • ONE OF THE FUR-SEWERS.
  • CHAPTER THIRTEENTH.
    • SOME DIFFICULTIES OF AN EMPLOYER WHO EXPERIMENTED.
  • CHAPTER FOURTEENTH.
    • THE WIDOW MALONEY’S BOARDERS.
  • CHAPTER FIFTEENTH.
    • AMONG THE SHOP-GIRLS.
  • CHAPTER SIXTEENTH.
    • TWO HOSPITAL BEDS.
  • CHAPTER SEVENTEENTH.
    • CHILD-WORKERS IN NEW YORK.
  • CHAPTER EIGHTEENTH.
    • STEADY TRADES AND THEIR OUTLOOK.
  • CHAPTER NINETEENTH.
    • DOMESTIC SERVICE AND ITS PROBLEMS.
  • CHAPTER TWENTIETH.
    • MORE PROBLEMS OF DOMESTIC SERVICE.
  • CHAPTER TWENTY-FIRST.
    • END AND BEGINNING.
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