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National Child Labor Committee Materials
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CHILD LABOR: Addressing the likely danger and results of children working machines.
Child labor. Those were the "good old days" weren't they! Can you believe some people still want to repeal the child labor laws?
And today do we we need similar guidelines to protect children so that they don't grow up emotionally stunted and disabled?
Child labor poster. And it continues to this day....
Child labour. | Library of Congress
Bryony Brown- National Child Labor Committee Materials- 10/02/2014 This poster highlights exactly what children are going through and proves they go through more than adults to support their parents. Also it includes a question on the poster which I think is a great way to catch somebody's eye because we ask ourselves 'Do we really want children to go through that?'
Standard Oil Company | Beyond the Bubble
Magazines, The Games, Politics Cartoon, States House, Oil Octopuses, White House, Ships Industrial, Tanks, Standards Oil
the game monopoly is fun but the real thing is just trouble
Political cartoon showing a Standard Oil tank as an octopus with many tentacles wrapped around the steel, copper, and shipping industries, as well as a state house, the U.S. Capitol, and one tentacle reaching for the White House. by Udo J. Keppler (1872-1956) artist, Spublished by: J. Ottmann Lith, Co., Sept. 7th, 1904,lithograph, color. - http://www.johndrockefeller.org/
Standard oil octopus. This cartoon by Udo J. Keppler appeared in Puck magazine on September 7, 1904. A Standard Oil storage tank is an octopus with tentacles wrapped around the steel, copper, and shipping industries, a state house, the U.S. Capitol, and has one tentacle reaching for the White House. Its caption reads, "Next!" "Next!" Puck magazine, 1904.
Standard Oil Company | Beyond the Bubble
1877 Railroad Strike | Beyond the Bubble
History Assessment, Gild Age, Railroad Strike, Age 1877 1917, Bubbles, Common Cores, 1877 Railroad
1877 Railroad Strike | Historical content: The Gilded Age | Historical skills: Corroboration, sourcing | Common Core Aligned
Newport Rhode Islands, Newport Mansions, Summer Home, Italian Renaissance, Summer House, The Breakers, Beautiful Places, Palaces, Newport Ri
The Breakers Newport RI, the summer home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, located in Newport, Rhode Island, United States. It was built in 1893, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971, and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1994.
The Breakers, a Vanderbilt estate located in Rhode Island! A great memory made here...we were kicked off the tour of the mansion because my niece was tap dancing, lol! :) Beautiful place
The famous "Breakers", Newport Mansions
The Breakers, Newport, R.I., home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II. Designed in 1893 by architect Richard Morris Hunt, the 70-room Italian Renaissance mansion was inspired by the 16th century palaces of Genoa and Turin.
The Breakers Mansion in Newport--a summer house for the Vanderbilts photo by Matt H. Wade 2009
"Addie Card, 12 years. Spinner in North Pormal Cotton Mill. Vt.", by Lewis Hine 1910
Lewis Wicked, 12 Years, Addi Cards, Schools, Child Labor, Cotton Mills, Lewis Hines, Children, Photo
Lewis Hine, Addie Card, 12 years. Spinner in North Pormal [i.e., Pownal] Cotton Mill. Vt. "Girls in mill say she is ten years. She admitted to me she was twelve; that she started during school vacation and new would "stay." E. F. Brown. See Photo #1050. Location: North Pownal, Vermont. Date February 1910 Source Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, National Child Labor Committee Collection, Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-nclc-01830
Addie Card, 12 years old, anemic little spinner in North Pownal Cotton Mill, Vermont, 1910. This photo is part of a collection from Lewis Hine, who documented child labor in the early 20th century. This photos was a 12 year old working in cotton/textile. Most of the children that worked in these mills had major health problem, sometimes causing death, from breathing in the lint that floated heavily in the air.
Title: Addie Card, 12 years. Spinner in North Pormal [i.e., Pownal] Cotton Mill. Vt. Girls in mill say she is ten years. She admitted to me she was twelve; that she started during school vacation and new would "stay." E. F. Brown. See Photo #1050. Location: North Pownal, Vermont. Creator(s): Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, photographer Date Created/Published: 1910 February.
"Brown Mine, West Virginia" by Lewis Hine
History Places, Appalachian History, Young Driver, Child Labor, West Virginia, Lewis Hines, Hines Photo, Brown Mine, Coal Mine
Brown Coal Mine, West Virginia, 1908 family photo
The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - Miners
Child Labor in America 1908-12 | Lewis Hine | A young driver in the Brown Mine. Has been driving one year. Works 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Brown, West Virginia.
"Bibb Mill No.1 Macon, Georgia" by Lewis Hine
Child Labour, History, Industrial Revolutions, Children Work, Child Labor, Childlabor, Lewis Hines, Factories, Photo
This source shows children working in a factory. It talks about how child labor attracts was attractive to business owners, and the number of children working increased in the final quarter of the 19th century.
< The Construction of Youth > The period of time between the 1820s and 40s was one of significant social change. The industrial revolution introduced an abundance of factories where young children were employed to do the dangerous jobs that required nimble bodies and small fingers. The 18th century labor unions responded to this and child labor was abolished.
The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - The Mill (Forms of child labor, including indentured servitude and child slavery, have existed throughout American history. As industrialization moved workers from farms and home workshops into urban areas and factory work, children were often preferred, because factory owners viewed them as more manageable, cheaper, and less likely to strike. )
Youngsters at Bibb Mill No. 1, 1909- Heart-Breaking Pictures of Child Labour In USA by Lewis Hine in early 1900s America. This photo series, archived by the Library of Congress, shows what conditions were like for child laborers before child labor was largely eliminated in 1938.
"Rhodes Mfg. Co. Lincolnton, North Carolina" by Lewis Hine
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25 Famous Photographs Tell About American History | sPeEdYtOwN
A moment's glimpse of the outer world. This little girl is a "Spinner" at Rhodes Mfg. Co. in Lincolnton, N.C. She said she was 10 years old had been working over a year. Location: Lincolnton, North Carolina. Circa: ~1910
Rhodes Mfg. Co., Lincolnton, N.C. Spinner. A moments glimpse of the outer world Said she was 10 years old. Been working over a year. Location: Lincolnton, North Carolina. CHILD LABOR - MANY GOOD PHOTOS
Rhodes Mfg. Co., Lincolnton, N.C. Spinner. A moments glimpse of the outer world Said she was 10 years old. Been working over a year. Location: Lincolnton, North Carolina, November 1908. Photo by Lewis Hine.
"John D. Rockefeller," 1901
Gild Age, American History, American Industrial, Apush Pics, Satire Cartoon, Politics Cartoon, Rockefelleremperor Cartoon, Puck Magazines, Standards Oil
John D. Rockefeller '' King of the World " Puck Magazine, 1901 Puck published this political cartoon depicting John D. Rockefeller as a king presiding over a landscape that he has devastated. On his crown are the tools of his empire: four railroads–including Pennsylvania's Reading and Lehigh Valley R.R.s– encircle his crown, which is topped by oil derricks and holding tanks.
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"We backed up to a grey old man who bore an absurd resemblance to John D. Rockefeller. In a basket swung from his neck cowered a dozen very recent puppies of an indeterminate breed." John D. Rockefeller (1839 1939) was an industrialist and philanthropist who founded the Standard Oil Company. He was perhaps the ultimate symbol of wealth in the United States. (Cartoon from Puck magazine: Rockefeller as an industrial emperor, 1901).
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"The American Colossus"
Nyc History, Cornelius Vanderbilt
"The Tournament of Today"
Puck 24, Gild Age, Age 1877 1917, Anti Monopoly, Buis Union Child Labor, Bui Union Child Labor, Politics Cartoon, Photo, Fields
Anti-monopoly political cartoon, In Puck, c.1883 Gilded Age: Monopolists portrayed are, from left to right, “businessman, financier and telecommunications pioneer Cyrus Field; railroad tycoon William Vanderbilt; shipbuilding magnate John Roach; financier, railroad mogul, and speculator Jay Gould; and an unknown monopolist.”
"The New Slavery"
Família Operária, Age 1877 1917, Buisness Unions Child Labor, Big Bui Union Child, Big Buis Union Child, Buis Union Child Labor, American Industrial, Bui Union Child Labor, Big Buisness Unions Child
Charge ilustrando a dominação do patrão sobre uma família operária
"The Protectors of Our Industry" Bernhard Gillam, 1883
Adım Kapitalizm, Cartoon, Age 1877 1917, Barbie Bebeklerl, American Industrial, Anlatan Bir, Benim Adım, Bebeklerl Büyüttüm, Gild Age C F
Great cartoon about the society during the 18th century in the USA
Benim adım Kapitalizm !
"History Repeats Itself"
Gild Age, Colors, 19Th Century, Songs Hye-Kyo, Robber Baron, Parties People, Politics Cartoon, History Repeat, Octopuses
History repeats itself. 1886 by Samuel edhardt. political cartoon. Gilded Age.
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This song, Robber Barrons, explores 19th century businessmen and bankers who dominated their respective industries and amassed huge personal fortun...
History repeats: the robber barons of yesterday and today.
"Come, Brothers, You have Grown so Big you cannot Afford to Quarrel"
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History repeating itself
Teaching American History: Was the Progressive Era really progressive?
"You Cannot Afford to Quarrel"
Long Ago, Delicious Greed, 18771917, Danger Ideas, 300 Years History, Atlantic, Business, Commercials Self Interesting, 300Year History
"Greed Is Good: A 300-Year History of a Dangerous Idea" Not long ago, the pursuit of commercial self-interest was largely reviled. How did we come to accept it? “If thou wilt needs damn thyself, do it a more delicate way then drowning,” Iago tells a lovesick Rodrigo. “Make all the money thou canst.”
Mine: Greed Is Delicious Greed is Good: A 300-Year History of a Dangerous Idea - The Atlantic
"Hopelessly Bound to the Stake" Bernhard Gillam, 1883