146 of the 500 employees had died. The survivors were left to live and relive those agonizing moments. At 23-29 Washington place, New York City. The Triangle Factory Fire connects to the Strikes before 1911. Near closing time on Saturday afternoon, March 25, 1911. People were locked and had no way out, all exits were locked for past reasons During the fire.
This current event is important because it shows us how they treated men and ladies even girls at the age of 14 years old. knowing this I can say that this is on a national level. How so? well, the impact on this story lets us know how people would treat Immigrants or people who work and if that didn't change we wouldn't be where we are. By knowing the event it helps us thing of the past and how we can change it day by day. The fire started protest "The people demanded restitution, justice, and action that would safeguard the vulnerable and the oppressed".
Kate Leone, 14 years old Female Catholic Born in United States Lived in the US for life 515 East 11th Street, New York, NY Buried in Calvary Cemetery & Tessie Weisner, 21 years old Female Jewish, Born in Austria Lived in the US for 6 years 129 Second Avenue, New York, NY. Buried in Mt Zion Cemetery. Tessie no longer worked at the factory, but was there the day of the fire because was going to be married, and her friends were planning a celebration for her.
Alter, Louis Triangle Waist Co. worked for 8 years on the 10th floor. lived at 1516 Charlotte St. Bronx, Uncle of Mrs. Harris's and Mrs. Blank's. & Boyle, john city of New York Firemen, Hook and Ladder No.8 .
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