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"This is what a feminist looks like." because everything, including feminist exclamations, are better in french.

"This is what a feminist looks like." because everything, including feminist exclamations, are better in french.

Sewing women at A. T. Stewart's Dry Goods Store.  In 1846, Irish immigrant Stewart opened his showplace Broadway store - dubbed the "marble palace" for its singular façade. During the Civil War, Stewart's business boomed, partly because of contracts for soldiers' uniforms, and partly because of a tariff on foreign-made garments.

This is the sewing room of A. Stewart's in Women in lower classes were joining the public work force in droves as they moved out of domestic servant positions. These positions as maids and servants were often filled by immigrants.

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