There were many kinds of jobs in the 1800s, including milling, farming and
teaching. Other jobs included working as a servant, sewing and...
Sep 4, 2013 ... To find out what types of jobs were around before the Industrial Revolution, we
combed through the occupational classification list from 1850, ...
In 1919 there were almost 200,000 of these one room schools across the United
States, ... Do you know what jobs the people in your family did 200 years ago?
By the middle of the 1800s, the U.S. Census Bureau was asking more ...
merchant group; clerks, bookkeepers, collectors, and those of similar
employment have been ... Although most North Carolinians were farmers or farm
workers, the state's ...
Nov 19, 2013 ... Teachers Factory Workers -With the industrial revolution, women were needed
for jobs especially in textile business -their small hands ...
In the late 1800s and early 1900s, immigrants traveled to America with the hope
... accepted jobs at factories because they had skills that were useful to industry ...
People's Jobs in the 1800s. The phenomenon known as the Industrial Revolution
spread across different parts of the world at different times. In the Western ...
<sup>1</sup> Prior to the 1800s, many people were farmers. Most people lived in the country
or in small towns. Then, in the mid-1800s, that began to change. New jobs ...
Jobs. Fresh from the end of the Industrial Revolution, the new formed United
States was in need of laborers. ... Immigrants were placed into categories, old
and new. Old immigrants who had entered the country prior to the late 1800s
Irish immigrants often entered the workforce at the bottom of the occupational
ladder and took on the menial and dangerous jobs that were often avoided by ...