Sarah G. Bagley By: Joshua Stull

Born April, 4 1806 in Buckingham County, New Hampshire.
She worked at the mills and then left the mills.
She made pamphlets to talk about labor issues.

She suggested a 10 hour day and those working conditions were accepted. She sent petitions for people to sign them and she got 10,000 signatures. 2,000 were working men and women. She was labor leader in New England. She worked with the Quakers. She married James Durno in November 13, 1850. President of Lowell Female Labor Reforms association.

Her first story was "Pleasures of Factory Life."
When John Allen became the new editor he immediately fired Bagley.


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