Remembering the Triangle Factory Fire, 100 years later

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All of the website was fantistic thank you very much.And it wasvery interesting to – Jared, Marble Falls TEXAS   18 Oct 2007

I can't belive how many people died. They were all so young! – Blaire, Marble Falls TX   18 Oct 2007

How did the fire start? – haj, Via Veayo   18 Oct 2007

I cant believe the country of hope and dreams could have ever done anything like this. Those poor immigrants. – Tiffani, MT   17 Oct 2007

how can people let that go i think evey child should hear about this and be thankful that life is not like that today – natalie Tremblay, Billercia Mass   16 Oct 2007

Good Site! – MF, Lancaster, PA   16 Oct 2007

i think its really cruel that we use to treat eachother like that. But im glad they struggled how they did...because they show'd me what life is really about. working hard to be successful! – Edwin Mercado, Cochranville, PA   16 Oct 2007

Information is kinda hard to find on this site. I suggest using a more organized fashion of categorizing information. – Brooke Curtis, Indiana   15 Oct 2007

Nice site... – Victoria M., Indiana   15 Oct 2007

good site. needs more quotes of people – MYOB, stalker!   14 Oct 2007

I think this is a tragedy. the owners should have paid for the crime that happened in their factory because it was mainly their fault.those girls were under 30 years of age and they didn't deserve to suffer like that. – keesha west, queens   9 Oct 2007

this disasater caused so may deafs of innocent people and were treated wrong if u ask... – P.L, New york   7 Oct 2007

what is this fire about – Brandy Seanior , Boston   3 Oct 2007

A tragedy that can never be forgotten - and due to your wonderful website, never will. THANK YOU! – Sydney, Toronto   29 Sep 2007

I recently reread Leon Stein's book and followed it with David Von Drehle's book. Your site is informative, well-organized and thought provoking. A moment in history which must never be forgotten. – Tom, Massachusetts   29 Sep 2007

you guys have so much info and pictures about it thank you – mark, IN   27 Sep 2007

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Thank you – Mare, Kansas city   26 Sep 2007

Ejoyed learning about this...thanks – JLM, AUSTIN,TEXAS   25 Sep 2007

We are sorry for the grief the families felt. We were very affected by the story and the pictures. Thank you for helping us understand this tragedy, and how we benefitted from the tragic losses. – English 84 Merced College, Merced, CA   25 Sep 2007

I am doing work for a history class – MACotroneo, Arizona   22 Sep 2007

This Site is devoted to a truly great moral – Mackenzie Drengler, Wausau, WI   20 Sep 2007

i feel bad for the people that died – zulinet torres, us   20 Sep 2007

This site is a great resource for teachers and a solemn reminder for everyone of the consequences of selfishness and greed. – Gary Cantrell, Murfreesboro TN   17 Sep 2007

your website is excellent- an informative and visual jewel.I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF THEY MADE HANDBAGS. – starr, detroit, michigan   14 Sep 2007

this site was so helpful for my paper i had to write. thanks so much. I read Ashes of Roses and i was able to learn so much more after reading this. – Shelby Oltmanns, Edmond, Ok   13 Sep 2007

Great site. I teach 8th grade and we cover this in a great novel Ashes of Roses as well as in our social studies classes. – CP, Chicago   12 Sep 2007

Hello Nice and thought filled site you've got here!... G'night – sopitikoj, uk   8 Sep 2007

i,m trying to find the name of the man who helped the women jump..was he identified – bill, pa but i,m in fl now   6 Sep 2007

my father told me this story many times, and when i found the "tringle" book, i couldn't get enough info......my grandfather was one of the policeman who helped at that fire........i think of these people often since reading the book,the strength and horror they had to endure....i always keep them in my prayers...it' like i am a part of them... – alison, schuylerville   4 Sep 2007

MY GRANDMOTHER,WHO LIVED NEARBY, WAS, AT SIXTEEN YEARS OF AGE, SUPPOSED TO INQUIRE AND LIKELY BE EMPLOYED BY THE FACTORY ON THE DAY OF THE FIRE. HER TWIN BABY SISTERS WERE ILL, AND AS HER MOTHER SPOKE ONLY ITALIAN, SHE WAS NEEDED TO TAKE THEM FOR MEDICAL ATTENTION. SHE THEREFORE DID NOT GO BUT LOST A FRIEND IN THE FIRE. I BELIEVE HER NAME WAS ALBINA, BUT I AM NOT SURE OF THE LAST NAME. – MARY KAISER, NEW YORK   27 Aug 2007

What was one piece of legislation that was passed as a result of the fire? – sh, tallassee   27 Aug 2007

Thank you for this Web site. It is doubtelss a bittersweet undertaking, but all your information and research is much appreciated. – David K., Phoenix   22 Aug 2007

This is so said i read a story on this i loved it but it is said – Molly, Livonia Ny   22 Aug 2007

Hi I am Lucy, I have found your website while searching for some info at Google. Your site has helped me in a big way. Bye – tolikimer, uk   22 Aug 2007

I had first heard about the Fire in a book. When I was about 15 I found in in the Library. – Roland, LA Calif.   20 Aug 2007

I had to read Triangle: The Fire that Changed America for school this summer, and this info really helped me write my essay on it! This disaster is so sad and moving. I would never have guessed a fire could impact America in such a big way. – Katie, Cleveland, Ohio   13 Aug 2007

thank yoy – sonia sevillano, new york   6 Aug 2007

I have just finshed the Ashes of Roses, by Mary Jane Auch. I picked it up at a used book store. I had just watching the PBS flim on New York City a few weeks before. When I was watching the flim and It told about The Triangle Fire. I wanted to learn more. – Beth Laugherty, Clinton, TN   31 Jul 2007

The Triangle Mystery still cries out in the 21st century! – CJ, Duluth, Ga.   23 Jul 2007

This site is a great testament to those who perished for the progress of American industry. – Mike F, Baltimore   18 Jul 2007

Hi Looks good! Very useful, good stuff. Good resources here. Thanks much! Bye – govokinolij, uk   13 Jul 2007

Thank you, I believe my ancestors were in this fire. – DJ LaVine, Minnesota   8 Jul 2007

thanks – JAS, Indianapolis   5 Jul 2007

I was reading about Occupational Health and was led to your website. I am horrified so many people died in such a short time. I am glad that laws were put in place to help prevent another trajedy, it's a shame it took something so horrific to prompt the proper actions. I have read that although the owners were not convicted at the time, they both were ruined financially within 12 years after the fire. I also read that their descendants are truly ashamed of this event and have carried the shame with them even though they were not alive at the time of the fire. Thank you for an excellent website, both informative and comprehensive. – Marisa F., California   5 Jul 2007

Hello Looks good! Very useful, good stuff. Good resources here. Thanks much! Bye – rofovnifo, uk   4 Jul 2007

I am much affected by the events and descriptions of this tragic fire at the Triangle Waist Factory. My grandmother worked in a silk mill in NYC during the same period. Although she has passed, I think of all the young women victims in that fire that never had the chance to have children, let alone grandchildren. – Rosemary Rizzotto, Los Angeles   2 Jul 2007

Excellent website! Easy to find helpful information. Very nicely done. I will be back! – eegle, Ukraine   28 Jun 2007

Excellent articles and great presentation, thanks for putting this on the web – Linda Sunday Moser, Fort Wayne, Indiana   13 Jun 2007

This site is buetiful – Pengay Allison, Thornwood, NY   31 May 2007

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