Winterfest, Open Door Lowell and the Folk Festival and major activities for Lowell and the neighboring communities. These events provide both fun and pride for the city residents.
|Architecture in Lowell
One visible aspect of the arts that spans the past, present, and reaches to the future is architecture. The Tsongas Arena is one of Lowell's new building. It houses activities and events that help Lowell honor its past, recognize its present, and anticipate the future.
|The City of Lowell is Born
Lowell began as an industrial experiment to create a center to change raw cotton to cloth in one place. The workers and the setting was unique as the creators developed a place and way of life that became the city of Lowell Massachusetts.
|The Lowell Mill Girls
The early workers in the mills were young farmers' daughters from rural New England. Their life was hard. Yet, there were opportunities in the city that they never had at home.
|Lowell: A City in Transition
This is the story of a city's growth, decline and rebirth, and the people who made it happen.
|Condition of the Mill Workers in Lowell
This tells the story about how the Mill owners treated the "Mill Girls" and eventually how the Irish immigrants were treated.
|Conformity and the Lowell Mill Girls
Although their employer's expectations were extremely irrational, the women who worked in the Lowell mills were strongly influenced by each other to live up to these expectations.
|The impact of social group dynamics on the Labor Movement in Lowell
The Lowell Mill Girls became a community within the Lowell community. The special relationship among the girls enabled them to face issues and fight for their rights.