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Cary John The Social Fabric Reading Mass Longhan Inc 1999 The Midwestern Farm First let me start off by saying that the Author could have tried to make this essay a little more interesting Yes he had to talk about the dail chores of the men women and children but he made it so dull Life in the Midwest was not dull it was a time of excitement and intrigue and he could have incorporated this into his essay to add some spice Although the author did give straight up facts about life on the Midwestern farm These facts included childbearing womens place in the household mens chores and other peoples places in society I am very partial to this article Some parts I like and others I did not The author starts off the essay talking about how immigrants are making the population increase in dramatic numbers He then proceeds on talking about how farming technology is improving The technology that he talks about is still used today but it is much improved The immigrants that came over did not have the new and could not afford the technology that was being used by the bigger farmers They still had to use the basics shovel and hoe This new technology also led to being able to take care of more land at one time and debt The bankers realized that farmers could not afford the new technology so banks put out special loans for farmers After a brief discussion with the technology aspects he starts on how the railroads and trains opened up many new pathways for farmers which let them become more industrialized This also let them become more commercialized and specialized Finally he talked about the role of the women men and children on the farm It seemed through this essay that women had a lot more chores than men The women had to take care
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