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Deirdre and her husband stood outside their new home in New York Running a small farm just was not a possibility anymore MrWayden had sold his land in Georgia and hoped to get a job in the city It seemed as if every farmer had done the same Deirdre Wayden suddenly missed the smell of fresh corn in the morning She had never been so far from home Though homesick Deirdre tried to forget the past and admire this amazing city There were people everywhere The citys population had almost doubled in the last two years Industrialization was to blame Large farm owners were buying land off the smaller land owning farmers Factories were being built in the north and everyone fled to cities to make a living The next morning Bill Wayden did not waste any valuable time and headed off to look for a job They had afforded the new home with the money they received for selling their farm now left with only a hundred dollars This would only last a few more weeks There were jobs everywhere yet it seemed there were more people looking for one than actually working at one By the end of the week Bill must have gone to over two dozen factories And yet still he was unemployed Bill determined to find a job which paid more than a few cents a day declined every offer Two weeks later MrWayden finally realized that he would not find a well paying job anytime soon He went back to one of the cotton textiles factories and applied for the job They hired him within minutes and he was training within a few hours He had never worked so much in his life The place reeked of human waste because of the lack of plumbing in the building Sometimes the toilets would not be cleaned for weeks A year later Deirdre gave birth
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