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((^:^-^c.y>2^<C^^^^r^ MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES BUREAU OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN LOUISE E. SCHUTZ. Superintendent St. Paul, Minnesota WOMEN INDUSTRY IN IN MINNESOTA IN 1918 FIELD INVESTIGATION Carriedonby Women Committee in Industry Council of National Defence and Bureau of Women and Children.
MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF '' LABOR AND INDUSTRIES BUREAU OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN LOUISE E. SCHUTZ, Superintendent WOMEN INDUSTRY IN IN MINNESOTA IN 1918 FIELD INVESTIGATION Carriedon by Women in Industry Committee Council of National Defence and Bureau of Women and Children Written by ^ CAROL ARONOVICI. Ph. D.
CONTENTS Letter of Transmittal 3 Foreword 4-5 Extent of the Investigation 6 Analytical Tables 6-33 Industries and Wages, Tables 1 to 4 6-9 Marital Condition and Family Support, Tables 5 to 7 9-11 Marital Condition and Support of Children, Tables 8 to 10 11-13 Wages, Ages, and Trade, Tables 11 to 29 14-24 Hours of Labor, Tables 30 to 36 24-28 .
From one small town came this revelation: "There are at least 30 wo- men in the village who go out working by the day hoeing, cutting sugar cane, husking com, scrubbing, washing, and some even pitch bundles of grain for the threshing machines, These conditions have not been brought about by the war, but rather, I should say, by the liquor evil, for there are a great many widows and women whose husbands drink and do not properly support their families. Some of these women leave small children at home to look after themselves while they go out to work by the day.