Definition of Canneries
1. Noun. (plural of cannery) ¹
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Definition of Canneries
1. cannery [n] - See also: cannery
Lexicographical Neighbors of Canneries
Literary usage of Canneries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Industrial Relations. Division of Labor Statistics and Law Enforcement, California Bureau of Labor Statistics (1890)
"FRUIT Canneries. A few years ago California imported nearly all her canned ... Twelve years ago most of the canneries of the State were in San Francisco, ..."
2. The Child Labor Bulletin by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) (1916)
"IN MISSISSIPPI Canneries—A CONTINUED STORY* (To be concluded) HELEN C. DWIGHT Publicity Department, National Child Labor Committee The beginning of the ..."
3. Second Report of the Factory Investigating Commission, 1913 by George Moses Price, James P. Whiskeman, Elizabeth C. Watson, Zenas L. Potter, Charles Baskerville, Charles F. McKenna, Charles T. Graham Rogers, John H. Vogt, George A. Hall, Pauline Dorothea Goldmark (1913)
"The hours of labor for women in some of the canneries are excessively long. The longest hours per week discovered were 119%, worked by a woman in one ..."
4. The Immigration Problem: A Study of American Immigration Conditions and Needs by Jeremiah Whipple Jenks, William Jett Lauck, Rufus Daniel Smith (1922)
"SALMON Canneries During the year 1909 some 3000 of the Chinese were employed in the salmon canneries in Oregon, Washington and Alaska, they having come ..."
5. Publications by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) (1910)
"CHILD LABOR IN Canneries BY PAULINE GOLDMARK, Supervisor, Research Work, New York School of Philanthropy. Child labor which has no legal regulation is the ..."
6. Child Employing Industries: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) (1910)
"Canneries depend for their labor almost exclusively on women and children. On account of the perishability of their product and even more on account of the ..."
7. The Industrial Directory of New Jersey by Bureau of Statistics, Bureau of Statistics and Records, New Jersey, New Jersey Bureau of Statistics (1918)
"Colliers Mills (material for canneries) 131 Colts Neck (material for canneries) 133-Ш Crosskeys (moulding and glass sand) 140 Crosswicks (brick clay) ..."
8. Second Report of the Factory Investigating Commission, 1913 by George Moses Price, James P. Whiskeman, Elizabeth C. Watson, Zenas L. Potter, Charles Baskerville, Charles F. McKenna, Charles T. Graham Rogers, John H. Vogt, George A. Hall, Pauline Dorothea Goldmark (1913)
"The employees are either the native American neighbors of the canneries or foreigners imported from cities in family groups of men, women and children. ..."