Dublin, not all the farm women enjoy working in the textile mills factory, in fact, they were suffering loneliness away from home, and working …show more content…
(These rules based on the
Handbook of Lowell factory in 1848). The rules in different factories were slightly different, but were majority the same. They all had regulations on punishing people taking goods or products from the factory, they were considered as stealing.
Although there were rules and specific regulations for women working in the textile mills factory, their condition was much better compare with women working in the core mines factory in England and other areas of industrial Europe. Women working in core mines factory had to suffer from horrible condition, they had no good environment to sleep, no good food to eat, they also had to work naked or crawl on their bare feet and hand to perform their daily job. Compare with women working in textile mills factory, they had decent place to sleep, and good food to eat, they were also able to request leave, and got paid on time, their working conditions were much better. However, it was not easy transform for those women transform from farm work to work in the factory, because they had to follow the rules set by the factory, they had to work from sunrise to sunset and they had to live in a dorm with all other women (who might consider