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Young girl working as a child laborer in a textile mill in South Carolina. Circa 1908

Young girl working as a child laborer in a textile mill in South Carolina. Circa 1908

Raggedy Henry: February 1912. "Henry, 10-year-old oyster shucker who does five pots of oysters a day. Works before school, after school, and Saturdays. Been working three years. Maggioni Canning Co., Port Royal, South Carolina." Glass negative by Lewis Wickes Hine

Raggedy Henry: February 1912. "Henry, 10-year-old oyster shucker who does five pots of oysters a day. Works before school, after school, and Saturdays. Been working three years. Maggioni Canning Co., Port Royal, South Carolina." Glass negative by Lewis Wickes Hine

Fue en Francia donse surgió la idea de ofrecer protección especial a los niños; esto permitió el desarrollo progresivo de los derechos de los menores. #derechos #ninos #artesco #historia #trabajo #infantil

Fue en Francia donse surgió la idea de ofrecer protección especial a los niños; esto permitió el desarrollo progresivo de los derechos de los menores. #derechos #ninos #artesco #historia #trabajo #infantil

20 Powerful Black-And-White Photographs Of Regular Americans From History

20 Powerful Black-And-White Photographs Of Regular Americans From History

Ike Sims of Atlanta, Georgia, 87 years old, holds two signs displaying a star for each ot his eleven sons in the service, ca.

"Vance, Trapper Boy, 15 years old. Has trapped for several years in a West Virginia Coal mine at 75¢ a day for 10 hours work. All he does is to open and shut this door: most of the time he sits here idle, waiting for the cars to come. On account of the intense darkness in the mine, the hieroglyphics on the door were not visible until plate was developed. September 1908." by Lewis Wickes Hine

"Vance, Trapper Boy, 15 years old. Has trapped for several years in a West Virginia Coal mine at 75¢ a day for 10 hours work. All he does is to open and shut this door: most of the time he sits here idle, waiting for the cars to come. On account of the intense darkness in the mine, the hieroglyphics on the door were not visible until plate was developed. September 1908." by Lewis Wickes Hine

Boys working in a cigar factory, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1908. Photo by Lewis Hine

Boys working in a cigar factory, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1908. Photo by Lewis Hine

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