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Photograph taken after midnight on April 17, 1912, G St. near 14th. These boys, 10, 11, and 12 years old, were stuck with over fifty papers in their hands, and vowed they would stay until they sold out if it took all night. The oldest said, "my mother makes me sell.", 04/17/1912

Photograph taken after midnight on April 17, 1912, G St. near 14th. These boys, 10, 11, and 12 years old, were stuck with over fifty papers in their hands, and vowed they would stay until they sold out if it took all night. The oldest said, "my mother makes me sell.", 04/17/1912

Lewis Hine. A branch office in a coal shed. St. Louis, Mo, May 1910. National Archives via Flickr.

Lewis Hine. A branch office in a coal shed. St. Louis, Mo, May 1910. National Archives via Flickr.

One of Lewis Hines' photographs for the National Child Labor Committee. Children working in a Pennsylvania coal mine, 1910 0r 1911.

One of Lewis Hines' photographs for the National Child Labor Committee. Children working in a Pennsylvania coal mine, 1910 0r 1911.

lewis hine photographs | Richard Green (with hat), 5 year old newsie. Many of these little ...

lewis hine photographs | Richard Green (with hat), 5 year old newsie. Many of these little ...

November 1910. Birmingham, Alabama. "Donnie Cole. 'Our baby doffer,' they called him. This is one of the machines he has been working at for some months at the Avondale Mills. Said, after hesitation, 'I'm 12,' and another small boy added, 'He can't work unless he's twelve.' Child labor regulations conspicuously posted in the mill." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine

November 1910. Birmingham, Alabama. "Donnie Cole. 'Our baby doffer,' they called him. This is one of the machines he has been working at for some months at the Avondale Mills. Said, after hesitation, 'I'm 12,' and another small boy added, 'He can't work unless he's twelve.' Child labor regulations conspicuously posted in the mill." Photograph and caption 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

Child labor in early 1800's. Everyone will look at this and feel sad. The same people will still buy clothes and other things from unregulated countries where child labor is still happening.

From the cotton fields to sardine factories: The stunning images of workers as young as THREE that helped change labour laws

Child labor in early 1800's. Everyone will look at this and feel sad. The same people will still buy clothes and other things from unregulated countries where child labor is still happening.

Date: June 1910 Location: Seaford, Delaware. The photo shows Daisy Langford, an 8-year-old who works at Ross’ canneries. She helps at the capping machine, but is not able to “keep up.” So she places caps on the cans at the rate of about 40 per minute working full time. That was her first season at the cannery.30 Shocking Photos Of Child Labor Between 1908 And 1916

30 Shocking Photos Of Child Labor Between 1908 And 1916

Date: June 1910 Location: Seaford, Delaware. The photo shows Daisy Langford, an 8-year-old who works at Ross’ canneries. She helps at the capping machine, but is not able to “keep up.” So she places caps on the cans at the rate of about 40 per minute working full time. That was her first season at the cannery.30 Shocking Photos Of Child Labor Between 1908 And 1916

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

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