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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

This Lewis Hines photo from 1912 is part of The National Archives "Document of the Day" series online.

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This picture goes along with the content from the unit on child labor in factories. This was a big problem deal during the Industrial Revolution because of the scary working conditions that children had to work under.

Maple Mill, Dillon, S.C. Azy Warn--Winds. Stella Warn (little one) spins 4 sides. "Been at it a long time." Location: Dillon, South Carolina. 1908 December. National Child Labor Committee Collection, Library of Congress.

Maple Mill, Dillon, S. Stella Warn (little one) spins 4 sides. "Been at it a long time. National Child Labor Committee Collection, Library of Congress.

Jerald Schaitberger 7 yrs. old, of 416 W. 57th St. N.Y. as he helps to sell papers until 10 P.M. on Columbus Circle. Photo taken 9:30 P.M. on October 8, 1910. Photo by Paul B. Schumm. LOC

onceuponatown: “New York: Jerald Schaitberger of 416 W. who sells papers until 10 P. on Columbus Circle.

A group of sweepers in the spinning room of Glenallen Mill in Massachusetts. 1911

The sacrifice of innocents: Haunting images from 1911 show workers who lied about their ages to keep their families from starving... as they made toys for other children

1911 Group of sweepers and doffers in the filling spinning room of Glenallen Mill. The boys were smuggled out of the back window during hours by second hand. All work. Smallest boy is Francis Pagnette.

Vance, a trapper boy, 15 years old. Has trapped for several years in a West Virginia coal mine at 75 cents a day for 10 hours work.

Vance, a trapper boy, 15 years old. was trapped for several years in a West Virginia coal mine at 75 cents a day for 10 hours of work. His job was to open and shut this door and wait for the cars to come. September Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine.

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Force working in West Point Cotton Mills. West Point, Miss.

В обувной мастерской. 1925 год.

Shoe-repair shop, Young Russian boy learning to repair leather shoes.

A little girl needs a box to reach the machine for her job as a knitter at a factory in Loudon, Tennessee in 1908

The little hands that built America: Pictures of child workers in mills, cotton fields and on city streets before revolutionary labor laws came to pass

This little girl is so small she has to stand on a box to reach her machine. She is regularly employed as a knitter in Loudon Hosiery Mills, Loudon, Tennessee, Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine (Oshkosh, 26 settembre 1874 – 3 novembre

Catherine Young with nine of her eleven children.  Five of the children pictured worked with their mother in the Tifton (GA) Cotton Mill.  Photo by Lewis Hine for the National Child Labor Committee, 1909.    Joe Manning has extensively researched every member of the Young family.  His research shows how turn of the century issues influenced the lives of real people: child labor laws, unfair factory pay, the lack of a government security net and the devastating impact widowhood could have on…

Catherine Young with nine of her eleven children. Five of the children pictured worked with their mother in the Tifton (GA) Cotton Mill. Photo by Lewis Hine for the National Child Labor Committee,.

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

Lewis Hine, photos of child labor - An eight-year-old cannery worker holds up his injured finger in Maine in August 1911

Child Labor in the US 1908-1912. Francis Lance, 5 years old, 41 inches high. He jumps on and off moving trolley cars at the risk of his life. St. Louis, Missouri. As a mother of a 5 year old, I am horrified.

"Francis Lance, 5 years old and 41 inches high, jumps on and off moving trolley cars to sell papers, St Louis MIssouri" - The History Place - Child Labor in America Lewis Hine Photos - Newsies

Child Labor In The Early 1900's

Child Labor In The Early 1900's

1908年8月 米インディアナ州、インディアナポリス

1908年8月 米インディアナ州、インディアナポリス

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