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Maple Mill, Dillon, South Carolina by Lewis Hine. the three older children hae been working 3 years. the oldest girl runs 6 sides for .60 a day. the younger need to groe just a bit more and they will join ranks. 1908

Maple Mill, Dillon, South Carolina by Lewis Hine. the three older children hae been working 3 years. the oldest girl runs 6 sides for a day. the younger need to groe just a bit more and they will join ranks.

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Vintage Photos: Lewis Hine - Tenement Workers Family making flowers in a very dirty tenement. New York, New York, 1911

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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.

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

Nov. 10, 1916. Vicinity of Bowling Green, Kentucky. "Hazel family (very poorly educated). Children have not been to school this year although living within 1½ miles of school." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine. During this era so many children were not in school and stayed home to help with farm chores.

Near Bowling Green, Kentucky - Nov. "Hazel family (very poorly educated). Children have not been to school this year although living within miles of school." Photograph and quote by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Two of the tiny workers, a raveler and a looper in London Hosiery Mills. London, Tenn, December 1910 by The U.S. National Archives

Two of the tiny workers, a raveler and a looper in Loudon Hosiery Mills. Loudon, Tennessee, Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine (Oshkosh, 26 settembre 1874 – 3 novembre

Lewis Hine,TITLE ON OBJECT: Tenement Rookeries, Washington, D.C., PUBLISHED TITLE: Slums in Washington, D.C. SERIES, 1908.

Documenting "The Other Half": The Social Reform Photography of Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine( Washington, DC)

20 photographies édifiantes sur les conditions de travail des enfants au début du XXème siècle

20 photographies édifiantes sur les conditions de travail des enfants au début du XXe siècle

Ivey Mill, Hickory, North Carolina, I worked in several textile mills in Hickory NC in 1968 and

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Vintage Photos: Lewis Hine - Tenement Workers Father hanging around the home while family works on feathers. Got some sickness. Dunno what." New York, New York, 1911

<b>The impact of these images, by photographer Lewis Hine, were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the U.S.</b>

30 Shocking Photos Of Child Labor Between 1908 And 1916

30 Shocking Photos Of Child Labor Between 1908 And 1916 Indianapolis, Indiana Young workers at the Indianapolis Furniture Factory.

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"SOUTHERN MILL WORKERS: Group of girls and women working in Aragon Mill, Rock Hill, South Carolina, 1912 Child Labor" Heartbreaking: Those girls in the front row don't look more than

Children labored in the mines: Old Photos of America's Children 1850-1930

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

Some of the workers in the Pickett Cotton Mill, High Point, NC, 1912        Some of the youngest workers in Roanoke (Virginia) Cotton Mi...

Young workers from the Cleveland Hosiery Mills, Cleveland, Tennessee, photographed by Lewis Hine,

Slum Life In New York City During the Nineteenth Century's Gilded Age

Slum Life In New York City During the Nineteenth Century's Gilded Age

Eldridge Street Police Station Lodgers -- Jacob Riis Documenting "The Other Half": The Social Reform Photography of Jacob Riis and Lewis Hine

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Jacob Riis - Slumdogs: The sight of Italian immigrant families in New York on Jersey Street, living in shacks could be a scene from the developing world today

Willie Cherry, a 6 year old helper in Massey Hosiery Mill, Columbus, Ga. She has been going to school and helping her step-brother, Lawrence Webb, regularly after school. Her mother has recently stopped her working as it hurt her eyes. Lawrence, 12 years old, has been working nights there. Columbus, Georgia May 1913 Photo by Lewis Hine

Willie Cherry, a 6 year old helper in Massey Hosiery Mill, Columbus, Ga. She has been going to school and helping her step-brother, Lawrence Webb, regularly after school. Her mother has recently stopped her working as it hurt her eyes. Lawrence, 12 years old, has been working nights there. Columbus, Georgia May 1913 Photo by Lewis Hine

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