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For the period the rate fell to 49 percent, but shorrter it recovered to 62 percent. Table Eight gives participation rates of women by date and occupation of the husband. Because not all women worked, and because children usually contributed more to the family budget than their mothers, for the average family the wife contributed only around seven percent of total family income. Women workers used a variety of methods to care lookig their children.

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Humphries, Jane. King, Peter. Kussmaul, Ann. Servants in Husbandry in Early Modern England. Cambridge University Press, Pinchbeck, Ivy. Women Workers and the Industrial Revolution,London: Spinne, Sanderson, Elizabeth.