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Mill Girl Statue


"Iconic Statue"

The Industrial Revolution was a time when women were able to gain greater freedoms than ever before by working outside the home. Women from all over moved to Manchester to work in the Amoskeag Millyards, at one point comprising a third of the workers. Although working conditions were far from ideal, manufacturing gave women a new route to independence. The Mill Girl statue pays tribute to all the women who worked at the millyards and was sculpted by Antoinette Schultze in 1988.
Commerical Street & Stark Street, Manchester, NH, United States, 3101
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"Iconic Statue"
The Industrial Revolution was a time when women were able to gain greater freedoms than ever before by working outside the home. Women from all over moved to Manchester to work in the Amoskeag Millyards, at one point comprising a third of the workers. Although working conditions were far from ideal, manufacturing gave women a new route to independence. The Mill Girl statue pays tribute to all the women who worked at the millyards and was sculpted by Antoinette Schultze in 1988.
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