Petition for Change : Worker Rights, Women's Suffrage, Industrial Revolution, US History
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Sixth graders work in cooperative groups to write a description of a typical day in a fabric mill as described in the book Lyddie by Katherine Patterson. They create a petition calling for industry reform.
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