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    PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson Mill Girls is a compilation of four separate memoirs before and during WW2 It's an interesting read though not a riveting one I thought it was noteworthy that in almost every story all members of the households who were of age worked There were no Susie Homemakers here There wasn't that luxury And even with several wages

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson Free download Í E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Tracy Johnson Tracy Johnson ↠ 9 Free read I was interested by this book so that I could learn about my 'part of the woods' Lancashire at a time before I was born when cotton built the Northern cities The book is comprised of 4 short biographies of Northern women

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson This was separate memoirs before and during WW2 from different angles from different peopleI really didn't know what I was expecting but I didn't expect thisIt was an OK read didn't keep my attention much though to be honest If this was made into a novel I might have read it with a different frame of mindIts wel

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    Free download Í E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Tracy Johnson PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson Tracy Johnson ↠ 9 Free read I don't usually read this sort of book I thought it was really interesting though since I like history and to kow how common ppl lived I Think you get a good picture of the time and the honesty in not remembering or caring about some things The

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson Great once you got goingIt took me a good few pages to get into this book but once I got started there was no stopping me if you live near any sort of mill or if there were mills around you this makes for great reading I live in the Scottish Borders so it's will mills where I am or should say there were spoken

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson A trip down memory lane Although I never worked in the cotton mills in Lancashire both my parents did so I loved hearing the stories from these women The camaraderie stays with you for life and makes you the person you become

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    PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson Mill girlsGood readmy mum worked in the mills as a girl so it gave me an idea how she worked she married at 19

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    Read The Mill Girls Tracy Johnson ↠ 9 Free read PDF or EBOOK (The Mill Girls) ë Tracy Johnson UpliftingVery nice to hear the memories of these women in times that had great runtimes that outdid the seriousness Really good

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Read The Mill Girls The Mill Girls Characters ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Tracy Johnson ↠ 9 Free read Ace so depressing; I wanted to cry'With tales from hardworking Audrey and mischievous Maureen to high spirited Doris and dedicated Marjorie The Mill Girls is an evocative story of hardship and friendship from when cotton was still kingThrough the. This was separate memoirs before and during WW2 from different angles from different peopleI really didn t know what I was expecting but I didn t expect thisIt was an OK read didn t keep my attention much though to be honest If this was made into a novel I might have read it with a different frame of mindIts well written no reflection on the author just that I wasn t expecting it to be Memoirs I supposeI would like to thank Random House UK Ebury Publishing via Net Galley for allowing me to download this book to read and reviewIf you like Memoirs then this is the book for you however there are some repeats within it although from others points of view

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The Mill Girls

Read The Mill Girls The Mill Girls Characters ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Tracy Johnson ↠ 9 Free read Eyes of these northern mill girls we are offered a fascinating glimpse into the lives of ordinary women who rallied together nattered over the beamers and despite the difficult conditions weaved packed and laughed to keep the cotton mills spinni. A trip down memory lane Although I never worked in the cotton mills in Lancashire both my parents did so I loved hearing the stories from these women The camaraderie stays with you for life and makes you the person you become

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Read The Mill Girls The Mill Girls Characters ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Tracy Johnson ↠ 9 Free read 'I dragged my heels all the way to the mill ‘I can’t do it’ I sulked Mother sighed and shook her head My heart sank Of course I’d seen the mill hundreds of times before but now it was different – now I was going in I’d never seen a pl. I was interested by this book so that I could learn about my part of the woods Lancashire at a time before I was born when cotton built the Northern cities The book is comprised of 4 short biographies of Northern women who at some point worked in a mill I wanted to love this book but found it repetitive it was clear that the interviewereditor of the book had asked the ladies all exactly the same follow up uestions which at points were answered almost word for word by each person giving their storySomething that annoyed me personally was that in complaining about their lives they all found it important to point out usually on several occasions how easy younguns have it these days I am certain that conditions were bad back then but having to work for a living in the north of England in 2015 is still tough no matter what and is exaggerated in the minds of people who don t have first hand experience of this the older generation For example it was complained about that at one job she didn t get a brew break on top of lunch hour and breakfast break and couldn t stand around chatting unlike today apparently couldn t always go to the toilet whenever she wanted to like today apparently and that if kids these days don t like what they do then they just leave and start a new job or go on benefits Unfortunately these otherwise nice old ladies seem to have been reading a bit too much of the Daily MailThere are some interesting revelations of life back in the 40s and of lost traditional family values Still worth a go for the trip back in time

  • Paperback
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  • The Mill Girls
  • Tracy Johnson
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  • 07 May 2019
  • 9780091958282