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    • Michelle Blinder

      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.

    • Julia Ventura

      < 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.

    • Marjorie

      The History Place - Child Labor in America 1908-12: Lewis Hine Photos - The Mill. Kids worked in factories or mills first in England and then in America. The working conditions were extremely injurious to the kid's health. Many died as a result of illnesses acquired at the workplace and accidents that occurred on a regular basis.

    • Olivia Sild

      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.

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