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The History Place - Child Labor in America Lewis Hine Photos - A Variety of Jobs: A Bowery bootblack in New York City. The difference between then and now, you cannot trust anyone with your children. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Lewis Wickes Hine, Photo New York, Fotografia Social, Interesting History, Black White Photos

Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - A Variety of Jobs

The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - A Variety of Jobs: A Bowery bootblack in New York City.

CHILD LABOR - Scotts' Run, West Virginia. Miner's child digging coal from mine refuse (Mexican). Rare Photos, Vintage Photographs, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Virginia Occidental, West Virginia History, Lewis Hine, Still Picture, National Archives

Scotts' Run, West Virginia. Miner's child digging coal from mine refuse (Mexican). Bertha Hollow, 1936

Original Caption: Scotts' Run, West Virginia. Miner's child digging coal from mine refuse (Mexican). Bertha Hollow, 1936 U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 69-RP-76 Photographer: Hine, Lewis Subjects: The New Deal Tennessee Valley Authority Works Progress Administration Work Portraits The Great Depression Persistent URL: research.archives.gov/description/518361 Repository: Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College…

Ridiculously young coal miner, USA, early Sad picture of child labor! Vintage Pictures, Old Pictures, Photos Du, Old Photos, Vintage Illustration, Nagasaki, Coal Mining, Interesting History, World History

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“An 8 year-old coal miner in Utah or Colorado, USA, in the early 1900's”

"Not a GAME" child labor .working in Latin America. (Photo by Alexander Auler) Precious Children, Beautiful Children, Beautiful People, We Are The World, People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Our World, Mundo Cruel, Save The Children

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Latin America - child labor. They are sent to earn little money to purchase food and other necessary products for their family

Lewis Wickes Hine, A young mine worker: Turkey Knob Coal Mine, Macdonald, West Virginia, 1908 So young to do such a hard job ~ Now days you would be reported to child labor American Honey A Country Girl Old Pictures, Old Photos, Antique Photos, Lewis Wickes Hine, Fondation Cartier, Grandes Photos, Fotografia Social, Coal Mining, Today In History

With His Camera, Lewis W. Hine Changed How We See American Labor

Lewis W. Hine. America at Work, a new book from Taschen, chronicles Lewis W. Hine's early 20th-century career photographing the problems and triumphs of labor.

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 Labor Day History, Child Labour, Labor Law, Cotton Fields, Working Class, Interesting History, City Streets, Revolutionaries, The Past

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

Clockwise from bottom left, a little girl needs a box to reach the machine for her job as a knitter at a factory in Loudon, Tennessee in 1908; Jewel and Harold Walker, pictured aged six and five years respectively in 1916, picked 25 pounds of cotton every day in Geronimo, Oklahoma; boys sell fruit at the Indianapolis Market in 1908.

23 Disturbing Pictures From When Child Labor Was Legal In America Labor Day History, Us History, Black History, Orphan Train, Still I Rise, American Children, Artists For Kids, Old Newspaper, Historical Images

23 Disturbing Pictures From When Child Labor Was Legal In America

During the Industrial Revolution, children often worked some of the most hazardous jobs in America.

Photographer Lewis Hine documented at the beginning of the century and during more than ten years, the tough daily life of children wor. Labor Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Labor Day History, Lewis Hine, Labor Law, Colorized Photos, Photography Words, American Children

Stunning Colorized Photos Show Child Laborers in Early 20th Century America

Photographer Lewis Hine documented at the beginning of the 20th century and during more than ten years, the tough daily life of children wor...

The Coal Mining Massacre America Forgot The mountains of southern West Virginia are riddled with coal—and bullets Little Big Planet, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Art, West Virginia History, Lewis Hine, Coal Miners, Labor Law, American Children

The Coal Mining Massacre America Forgot

The mountains of southern West Virginia are riddled with coal—and bullets

Childhood Lost: Child Labor During the Industrial Revolution Jersey City, Library Of Congress, Lancaster, West Virginia, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Missouri, Fotografia Social, Factory Worker

23 Disturbing Pictures From When Child Labor Was Legal In America

During the Industrial Revolution, children often worked some of the most hazardous jobs in America.

In Gary, West Virginia, a boy applies the brakes on a motor train, He performs this task for around ten hours per day. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images West Virginia, Labor Day History, Lewis Hine, Coal Miners, Live Wire, Working People, Working With Children, Going To Work, Vintage Industrial

23 Disturbing Pictures From When Child Labor Was Legal In America

During the Industrial Revolution, children often worked some of the most hazardous jobs in America.

The latest issue of National Geographic magazine, the Anniversary Collector’s Edition “Photography Issue,” explores the role conflict minerals play in the violence in eastern Congo. Human Rights Day, Human Rights Watch, National Geographic Photographers, The Ugly Truth, Tsunami, Photojournalism, First World, Mount Rushmore, Pictures

Documenting child labor in the Congo

National Geographic photographer Marcus Bleasdale has spent decades finding beauty in trauma. His recent work in the Congo is featured in the magazine's 125t...

CHILD LABOR: Laura Petti, a 6 year old berry picker on Jenkins farm, Rock Creek, Maryland, 1909 photographer Lewis Hine Antique Photos, Vintage Pictures, Vintage Photographs, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Images, Lewis Wickes Hine, Fotografia Social, The Good Old Days

23 Disturbing Pictures From When Child Labor Was Legal In America

During the Industrial Revolution, children often worked some of the most hazardous jobs in America.