Remembering the Triangle Factory Fire, 100 years later

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What our visitors are saying...

student at FIU. This was an amazing site, and an amazing story yet upsetting. It was very helpful. – Eileen Arosemena, Miami, FL   7 Feb 2005

thank you – La, New York   6 Feb 2005

its good that people still remember today. – tom a., philadelphia   6 Feb 2005

Thank you for the site. Very informative and keeps history alive. – Jimmy, El Dorado, AR   5 Feb 2005

I think this site is GREAT!!!! – David Martin, G-Town   2 Feb 2005

Thank you for this site. I was an undergraduate at NYU and a plaque on the wall is how I learned of the Triangle fire. Going to classes in the Brown building (as it is now called)was always distressing. I am proud that the archives are held at my other alma mater, Cornell. I was deeply impressed by Von Drehle's book, which is how I found this website. Again, thank you for a comprehensive, instructive, and deeply moving website. – Margaret Russell, LIttleton, MA   30 Jan 2005

going to visit nyc and want visitor and tours advice – tkk, pa.   30 Jan 2005

This fire is really sad and it just shows you that america isn't all good. We have our bad sides and cities too – mac, Washington   27 Jan 2005

This site is great! Woo Go CK – George Post, Birmingham, Michigan   26 Jan 2005

This site does a really good job of bringing this tragic event to life. The primary documents offered are incredible. Thanks a lot. – Lindsay, Massachusetts   26 Jan 2005

This site is an amazing and valuable resource. A great blend of primary and secondary sources. Thank you! Please keep it up. – Ben Hill (Teacher), Oregon   25 Jan 2005

Curious about the Triangle of Fire, and how it works. – Jerij, Riverside,CA   24 Jan 2005

good and intresting – neha (radio presenter), fiji   24 Jan 2005

Where do you get to the information? – Chloe Rose, California   23 Jan 2005

I think the site needs more information for kids to do projects!!!! – Curtis Scott, Georgetown, SC   21 Jan 2005

I think the could make a movie out this book too. – Ashlee jackosn, pontiac michigan   20 Jan 2005

I learned a lot from the book. it's a very very good that everybody needs to read. – Ashlee jackosn, pontiac michigan   20 Jan 2005

i think that your website shopuld have more information on it to help kids make projects of the information. – samantha, lockport   19 Jan 2005

I just finished reading "Ashes of Roses" and wanted to learn more about the Triangle Fire. This site is invaluable for an understanding of the true horror and magnitude of this tragedy. – Joanne Fleming, New York   18 Jan 2005

It saddens me that all of these young women and men were so horriblely taken from this world and no one was held accountable. Such numbers should be considered sufficient enough to be held accountable to the owners for failure to help all the others and not just save their's a shame. God rest their souls. – Cindy A, Dallas, Georgia   16 Jan 2005

I want to see a illustration of the firetriangle – j mcleod,   13 Jan 2005

hi what can i find on the fire – Rebekah, jordan MN   11 Jan 2005

I have been interested in Triangle for many years, ever since I saw it depicted in a scene at a wax museum. It is very surprising that an event such as this does not have the place it deserves in the current history curriculum of our school system. You have an exceptional website and deserve kudos for the good work that you are doing. – Joe Schultz, Linden, Nw Jersey   7 Jan 2005

this site was truely informative and was a great asset in my research on legislation in the early 20th century – richard garland, Alaska   7 Jan 2005

If you grew up Jewish or Italian in New York in my generation (I turn 61 next month), the Triangle is part of our collective memory. What you have done here is educate beyond just affecting the emotions--and oddly or not, once knowledge is absorbed, the emotional force of the episode becomes even more terrible. The tragedy is that our children and grandchildren are growing up knowing exactly nothing about the history of labor, their own peoples, even their country. Ignorance may help some people but not those who need to remember. – Kenneth Wolman, Sea Bright, NJ   7 Jan 2005

My great grand mother was Julia Rosen and Israel Rosen was my great uncle. They did not die in vain. I wish their was more documentation on them. – Jennifer Rosen, Kansas City, Missouri   6 Jan 2005

I think this website is awesome and as a student it provided alot of information for my project and thanks for remembering this event which not alot of people know about. – Kimberly Ngo, Glendale Heights, il   6 Jan 2005

I'm so pleased to find this helpful site. Thank you – Mary Nagle, Bahrain   5 Jan 2005

I'm a relative of the Blanck family very interested in speaking with Harris or Blanck family members. The Kheel Center is an amazing gift in our lives. I thank them for all of their brilliant work. My e mail is – sbh, ca   4 Jan 2005

I am the great grandson of Josepfina Carlisi,a victim of the fire.I remember hearing about my grand mother dying in this famous fire but never knew anything about it,until a friend showed me a copy of the book,"THE TRIANGLE FIRE" and saw her name in among the list of victims,now I want to know as much as I can about what happened,I will be researching my family history,and this will be an interresting entry in my family tree, but also it will help me connect with a family member that I never knew, and no one could tell me about,since my grandfather was only 2yrs old when she died and he had no memory of her thank you for this site it has been blessing to me and will continue to use it for a source of infomation – Robert J Curatolo, Sayville, NewYork   3 Jan 2005

An amazing collection of information about one of the most horrible events and, indeed, one of the most important events of the early 20th century, which helped direct later changes for industrial workers. Very facinating photos, letters, and newspaper articles. This is a wonderful inspiration for my new project. – Glen Werline, Los Angeles   29 Dec 2004

this was a horable thing – lsw, ogema   28 Dec 2004

Are there any good sites on The Meat Inspection Act of 1906?? – Adilah Rehman, NYC   19 Dec 2004

This site is really amazing! We need more sites like this. Great job on this! – Adilah Rehman, New York, NY   19 Dec 2004

I like this site a lote i had a lot of fun on it. i wish that more sites had thjis much info!!!!! Thank u!!!!! – Miss, NJ   16 Dec 2004

this is a great site for research papers. nice job. – claire, missouri   15 Dec 2004

I am the grandson of Rebecca (Betty) Brownstein or Braunstein a finisher at Triangle and a survivor of the fire. Iwould have liked to see a list of the survivors of the fire. – Martin Kratz, West Palm Beach, Florida   13 Dec 2004

We are going to read "Ashes of Roses" in my American Studies class, so have been reading "The Triangle Fire" by Von Drehle [a great read, by the way!] and saw his reference to this site. I hope to use it in my class. – ASP, Lebanon, NH   11 Dec 2004

This was one of the most terrifying things to ever happen. – kylie, Oregon   10 Dec 2004

thanks for the information. the photos were a big help to a big help to a patron at our library. – bess, knoxville, tn   7 Dec 2004

I read the book "Ashes of Roses"(very good book about the fire, written by Mary Jane Auch)) and I wanted to figure out a little more about the fire. Very interesting. Thanks! – Kelly S., MN   6 Dec 2004

You have got to put more information on your website about the inspector and some other workers i didnt get any of the information i was looking for. – Jennifer, nj   6 Dec 2004

What a horrific tragedy! Thanks for the informative website - I wish there were more like this. – Monika Cloys, Buena Vista, CO   5 Dec 2004

i am doing a report on the factory fire and i can't imagine what it would be like to have to go through that horrible tragety. all of the people who perished in this appaling event in our nations history are my heros. – meghan, nj   4 Dec 2004


Is There a girl named Rosie who occured in the triangle fire – Franchesca Ortiz, Brooklyn   30 Nov 2004

I can't imagine what this horrible scene must have been like . My heart goes out to all who lost loved-ones in this fire. But it is a very informitive site keep up the good work – J.F.S., Massachusetts   26 Nov 2004

i love this thing its interesting – jj, rochester   23 Nov 2004

thank you so much for making this site. i had to write a paper on working conditions in factories during the late 19th/ early 20th centuries. this site was one of my main resourses. my teacher was really impressed that my bibliography included newspapers, letters, and audio/video recordings. Thanks! – CDB, Massachusetts   21 Nov 2004

i thought that was so sad about what happen about this tradey i didn't really realize history but know i do that was really sad because of the people that was jumping out of the windows that was reall;y said i hope all of thoese people that have died went to heaven – shawntay, kansas city kansas   19 Nov 2004

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