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American Industry & Labor

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National Child Labor Committee Materials

Standard Oil Company | Beyond the Bubble

Standard Oil Company | Beyond the Bubble

beyondthebubble.stanford.edu

Haymarket Aftermath | Beyond the Bubble

Anarchism and the Haymarket Affair | Beyond the Bubble

1877 Railroad Strike | Beyond the Bubble

The Breakers

"Addie Card, 12 years. Spinner in North Pormal Cotton Mill. Vt.", by Lewis Hine 1910

"Brown Mine, West Virginia" by Lewis Hine

"Bibb Mill No.1 Macon, Georgia" by Lewis Hine

  • Kathy English
    Kathy English

    My hometown!

  • Lavada Sykora
    Lavada Sykora

    My father worked from the age of 7 until he retired at the age of 65 in the Avondale Cotton Mill in Sylacauga, AL. So sad for these poor children, but that's the only life they knew.

  • Kathy English
    Kathy English

    I thought you might find this article interesting: http://www.georgiabackroads... My grandparents lived in the mill village in Macon when my mother was born. It was a tough life.

  • Lavada Sykora
    Lavada Sykora

    I grew up in the Sylacauga, AL mill village. Very tough life, indeed. My father was 20 years older than my mother, and they married when she was 31 and he was 51. They had 5 children -- I was the second. We were dirt poor, but I have fond memories of growing up in the mill village, despite everything.

"Rhodes Mfg. Co. Lincolnton, North Carolina" by Lewis Hine

"John D. Rockefeller," 1901

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"Merely Puppets in the Anarchist Editor's Hands"

"The Tournament of Today"

"The New Slavery"

"The Protectors of Our Industry" Bernhard Gillam, 1883

"History Repeats Itself"

"Come, Brothers, You have Grown so Big you cannot Afford to Quarrel"

"The Galley"

"Is Not This Only Another Form of Monopoly?" 1886

"A Lesson of the Last Strike" 1899

"An American Autocrat" 1890

"Hopelessly Bound to the Stake" Bernhard Gillam, 1883