Remembering the Triangle Factory Fire, 100 years later

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Reading this made me realize that although there are things that go on at work that I don't like, that it could be a lot worse and I'm now more appreciative of the job that I have. – AF, NC   7 Feb 2018

This made me very aware of hope racist and inconsiderate people are when it comes to their businesses back in the day. Especially with people that looked and lived different than we did. They was willing to work in a crappy environment for low pay just to get some type of wage to pay for themselves and their family. Its sad that this whole situation could have been less tragic if people wasn't so racist and inconsiderate of others – CGP, NC   7 Feb 2018


Truly tragic. – GMK, NC   7 Feb 2018

good website – b, wisconsin   7 Feb 2018

Reading this made me feel sad for the people that had to go through this or experience it. – TLP, NC   7 Feb 2018

I'm so sorry this has happened to such a wonderful group of women trying to make money to start a new life in a new country – MDD, VALE   7 Feb 2018

so sad wish this didn't happen! – JEC, lincolnton   7 Feb 2018 sad... – tbm, southern carolina   7 Feb 2018

I just can't believe this happened! Absolutely horrifying. – Melissa, Washingtom   6 Feb 2018

its so upsetting that it took somthing like this to happen to wake people up – R. A., Arkansas   6 Feb 2018

this depressing – monica, indianapolis   6 Feb 2018

very tragic – jcr, california   5 Feb 2018

This is so sad I cant belive something so tragic can happen to innocent people who where just trying to start a new life an become a better person. – twd, portland,Or   2 Feb 2018

this is just so sad – bjw, or   2 Feb 2018

This was very nice. – Caylin jones , michigan   31 Jan 2018

I looked at the list. and my grandmother isnt on their her name is .... rolanda halbert and she died in the fire – Caylin jones , South haven, michigan   31 Jan 2018

really helpful – hm, ko,ms   31 Jan 2018

this is very helpful when doing my home work – jay, nyc,ny   30 Jan 2018

This is a good website but needs more things to look at – LD, LA   24 Jan 2018

It is so sad that people lost their lives in this fire. The worked so hard, and as a result, they lost their lives. The company should have been more prepared for fires. – NW, The United States   23 Jan 2018

Thanks so much for this site! It was a great source for project. – JD, MI   22 Jan 2018

this was very helpful in class – Camilia Rosalba , Arizona   18 Jan 2018

Wonderful work for working class suffering recording and memory.In China we have the same kind of disasters, but we don't have similar website or museum.It really a shame and pity. – liujianzhou, china,shanghai   17 Jan 2018

One of the victims was my grandfather's sister, Fanny Hollander. I would like to know if there is any other information about her that is available. Thank you for having this site. It is an important testimonial to the victims and their families. Most importantly, labor laws changed after this tragedy. – Dana, Israel originally from NY   16 Jan 2018

This is upsetting, sad, unacceptable. My prayers and thoughts go to everyone effected. – Clarissa, McDonough, NY   12 Jan 2018

I work in code enforcement and this tragedy is a reminder of why we enforce regulations to preserve life safety. Hearing the oral history recordings of a few of the survivors was amazing and really helped to make the story personal instead of academic. – CW, Houston, TX   12 Jan 2018

Its really sad that people where jumping out of windows. I wish I was there to save multiple lives and help people out. – jg, winnsboro la   12 Jan 2018

It's sad to think that some of the witnesses had to watch them jump from the windows and fall to their death. – Alexis Lawson, Laurel, MT   9 Jan 2018

Sad to think owners did not think about the possibility of a fire breaking out – DC, Miami, FL   7 Jan 2018

A horrific story.Rest in peace sisters. – Al Iannacone Sr., Originally from Paterson, NJ   25 Dec 2017

I read every single one of the interviews for the survivors; it is very intriguing on how the stories tie in with each other. This was a very sad event in history that could have easily been avoided. I am glad that we can now learn from the past. – Kya Paige Daddy Williams, Choctaw, OK   21 Dec 2017

Its sad to think about how this entire situation could have been completely avoided if the owners had just cared a little more about their workers and their factories. But people have also learned from the past and been able to improve the working environment the workers work in. – Elizabeth, St.Charles IL   18 Dec 2017

It seems like owners and managers back then where greedy. It couldn't hurt to spend a little bit of money to ensure safety... – Justin Sebahar, St. Charles IL.   18 Dec 2017

It's very tragic that this happened, but now we know for the future to take more precaution of safety in buildings with many people. – Ashley Peters, St.Charles IL   18 Dec 2017

For these immigrants moving to a new country must have been hard enough but dealing with this is something else – Shivam G, IL   18 Dec 2017

This is sad and it must be scary if I was their. Rest In Peace. – Stephanie MIllan, St. Charles, IL   18 Dec 2017

If i witnessed this and had to go back to work the next day I would be terrified – Meghan, St.Charles IL   18 Dec 2017

A very sad catastrophe that could've been avoided – Sydney Montgomery, St. Charles IL   18 Dec 2017

This is a horrible disaster that occurred in US history. This whole disaster could have been avoided if the founder of companies could take the time and money to keep it's employees safe. – Brooke Sieck, St. Charles, IL   18 Dec 2017

Very informational website. Thank you. – Bradley Filsinger , St. Charles   18 Dec 2017

It is very sad to think that all of this could have been prevented if someone had taken the time and money to put in emergency precautions. – Ainsley O, St. Charles, IL   18 Dec 2017

I believe that this is a terrible disaster that occurred in our history. But because of it people then realized that there needed to be changes to the working environment for peoples safety. – Delani Hudock, St.Charles, IL   18 Dec 2017

If you were in the shoes of one of the immigrants, it would be a scary expierience witnessing people falling to their deaths, having locked doors, and the screams. – Connor, St Charles IL.   18 Dec 2017

I think that this was a horrible thing but that it made everyone aware of what could happen and made everyone more prepared for this if it ever happened again. – Bronwyn Rigbsy, St. Charles, IL   18 Dec 2017

I feel really bad for those people who died and for those who lived for having to deal with that trauma. – Jackson C, St. Charles Illinois   18 Dec 2017

It's scary to think that this is what happens when people are given power and money. They didn't care about how working conditions are, they didn't care if the workers get paid enough for the amount of time they put in, they didn't even think to treat their employees as humans, and when you get to that point where you just don't care about how you treat others because you're "worth so much more than them because you have the power and the money." This all could have easily been avoided if people cared about each other. – L.K, St. Charles Illinois   18 Dec 2017

It was terrifying to think that people had to work in such harsh decisions but then again if the fire didn't happen then we would still be working in a horrible place like they used to. – Jiya, Illinois   15 Dec 2017

Its weird to think about if this happened in the present. – Tru, Illinois   15 Dec 2017

This is very sad. The youngest person that was a victim died at 14. This didn't have been how people realized to change working conditions, it doesn't have to take lives for people – K.M, n/a   15 Dec 2017

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