Remembering the Triangle Factory Fire, 100 years later

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hello my name is lindsay and i am in 8th grade. this year i am participating in the history fair, the theme is revolution, react, and reform. i would like to know if you happened to have any other ways on how the fire reformed fire codes thanks – lindsay, rhode island   17 Jan 2012

This helped out a lot, I didn't know to much about what hppened and looking at this site really helped me understand it. I am doing a performance at National History Day on it. – AY, Prosser,Wa   16 Jan 2012

I chose to use this topic for my History Fair Competition. This story truly inspired me. Wonderful website with great information! – MA, Maryland   16 Jan 2012

Very tragic turn of events :( – NS, Anchorage, AK   13 Jan 2012

This website is great! It has helped me so much. I am doing a National History Day Project on this, and it was so helpful! – KMK, Seattle,Wa   13 Jan 2012

this was a very important event. i liked learning about this. it was very important. this is an event that can't be forgotten. RIP to those who died. – Crystal Yang, St.Paul MN   13 Jan 2012

Wow, great info! But it is still so sad. – ICM, Albany, New York   12 Jan 2012

Great website with a bunch of information. Defiantly a great story and piece of history. – KH, Rhode Island   11 Jan 2012

The best inforamative website! – AF, LA California   11 Jan 2012

thanks for a great story – aw, mich   11 Jan 2012

THIS WEBSITE IS AWESOME!!!! I wonder why people only reform after tragedy? R.I.P to all dead shirtwaist workers – Emma, Denver,Colorado   10 Jan 2012

Thanks for an incredible teaching resource! – CDE, Baltimore Maryland   10 Jan 2012

THIS WEBSITE IS AMAZING! SO MUCH INFORMATION! THANK YOU! – Aimee & Lesley, USA   9 Jan 2012

I find this interpretation of the fire to be convincing because it shows many details of not the incident its self but the emotions revolved around it and really helped me understand the pain and loss they felt. Very helpful – NV, Las Vegas   9 Jan 2012

This website is great! I only wish the topic wasn't so sad – CZ, Sao Paolo   8 Jan 2012

This website helped me so much for my social project. – Lindsey, long island, NY   6 Jan 2012

Very informative. – ZK, Sterling, MI   6 Jan 2012

Thanks for this website. I am doing a project for social studies and this really helps while hittin up da ladie friends. – yalinda, long island, new york   5 Jan 2012

Great website!!!! SOOO MUCH HELP! Everyone has to go through hours of researching to find primary topics. They are already on this websites! Not to mention testimonies, pictures, and facts which will totally back up my information. With this, my history project will be a blast! BEST PAGE EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!! – B.B., MN   3 Jan 2012

I read the book Uprising 2 years ago and since then I haven't stopped reading about this fire. I love your site it has been very helpful with my school project. Thanks to this site I have joined amnesty international and decided to study labor rights in college. Thanks for your amazing website! – PL, US of A   3 Jan 2012

A pretty good website. Much effort had to be invested to create it. – jak-biegac.pl, Warsaw, Poland   30 Dec 2011

I CAME HERE TO DO MY 7TH GRADE IM AND AFTER READING ALL THIS STORY AND HOW MANY PEOPLE DIED AND STUFF MAKES ME UNHAPPY AND SAD FOR THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIEND – EMILYLI, .BROOKLYN NY   30 Dec 2011

Im studying about this project,and i think this is really intresting!! – Emily Li , Brooklyn,NY   30 Dec 2011

This site is an amazing source of primary sources and is a great help on my history project! – M.B., Virginia   24 Dec 2011

I am studying to be an OSHA inspector and reading about this event has broadened my knowledge on how unimportant safety was back then. It is sad that such a tragic event has to take place before we put in need safety measures. – Jaime Martinez, Wichita Falls, TX   23 Dec 2011

Thank you so much for this website. It is so important that others are informed of this tragedy and all the information on here has been so helpful in the process of writing my research paper. Thank you and I hope others discover this site. :D – E. Brown, California   23 Dec 2011

I just finished reading my daughters book "Uprising" by Margaret Peterson Haddix, it is sold through the Scholastic company which supplies books to Canadian School children. I had no prior knowledge of the Traiangle factory tragedy, this book was so engaging, I wanted to know more, your website has so much information it is wonderful! – A. Boucha, Kenora, Ontario Canada   20 Dec 2011

The topic is pretty complicated for a beginner!.... – Forex Forum, New York   20 Dec 2011

I must admit, the webmaster has written cool..!! – Forex Forum, New York   20 Dec 2011

Every time I come back here again and don`t get disappointed..!! – Forex Forum, New York   20 Dec 2011

I ALWAYS CRY BECAUSE I KNOW THAT POOR CONDITIONS OF LABOUR EXIST NOW IN 2011. – MARCO ANTONIO COIMBRA, BRASIL   20 Dec 2011

It is too bad that all of these poor people had to die but their deaths are not in vain. We have all learned something from this tragedy and thier deaths will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace. – Heather C., Utica, NY   18 Dec 2011

I recently read a great book about the fire called "Uprising", and was itching to learn more. Great site with great information. :) – Laura, Missouri   16 Dec 2011

Thanks for this website im doin a report on the fire, and this was my main resource, it was such a tragedy though – elle, Kansas   16 Dec 2011

This site has a TON of great info! Thanks(: – Jewell, MO   15 Dec 2011

My great aunt died in the fire. I can't even remotely picture how my great-grandparents and my grandmother and her siblings lived with this for the remainder of their lives. Although I was well into adulthood when my grandmother passed away, I never discussed the fire because it just was not to be mentioned. I'm sorry that I didn't. – ms, new york   14 Dec 2011

This is a conspiracy! – The Squid, Oklahoma   13 Dec 2011

life back then was really hard but now when we work today we have a safe place to work. – billy bob joe parnell jr., rock springs wyoming   12 Dec 2011

its sad how these innocent people were just looking for jobs and they get locked in and burned to death...tragic – kmy, rock springs wyoming   12 Dec 2011

This was a very bad story, I know what happened back then Was Bad, but thanks to them we has safety laws. – Alex, Michigan   12 Dec 2011

thank you for showing me these things i did not know people could be so horrable. – chris , michigan   12 Dec 2011

the youngest person who died was 14 that sucks – Dominic Sevilla , Michigan   12 Dec 2011

I LOVE THIS SITE! – C , VA   11 Dec 2011

how did they reform the safty? – lls, Fl   11 Dec 2011

Thank You for all the information you have put together.You have made my history project immensly easier with this website. – Francisco Vargas, Florida   8 Dec 2011

You have done an excellent job of research and writing. The Contents of this site are really very good. I hope We will get this type of contents and information from this blog in future days too. Best regards. – Garco, Stuttgart - Germany   8 Dec 2011

Where did the owners live? (Harris and Blanche) – ElizRus, NC   8 Dec 2011

Thank you for so much information I never knew people could treat other people so horribly, this was a real eye openmer and im only 14 years old but thanks for everything this really helps alot with my resreach paper too! – - Emani , Michigan   8 Dec 2011

Thank you so much for the information. Our class is doing a national history day and the info has been a huge help. Thank You! – Emily , California   7 Dec 2011

It's a shame, really. Common decency and respect for humanity should have been acted upon before an incident like this could have taken place. Blocking fire escapes and exits? Anyone could figure out that that was a bad idea. This is an excellent resource for learning the saddening details of the fire and how it could definitely have been prevented. Thank you so much for the work put into this. [I am using the information here for a project in a US history course.] ? – Raine, Greenville, SC   7 Dec 2011

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