Factories and mills in the early nineteenth century employed women and children as well as men. Mark the statement if it is true about women and children in factories and mills.
Most of the workers in cotton mills were women and children.
The number of hours children could work was severely restricted.
Children could not work in factories or mills until they were twelve years of age.
Women and children earned a fraction of what men were paid.
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