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Child Laborers in the U.S.

Child labor in a coal mine, United States, c. 1912. Photograph by Lewis Hine.

Coal Mining in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era : eHistory (Ohio State University)

Child laborer working on spinning machine in Lancaster Cotton Mills, SC. Photograph by Lewis Hine. Child Labor in the Carolinas Pamphlet, 1909. 

Slebzak family (Polish) working on Bottomley Farm, Avery Island, La. All work except the very smallest. She hangs aroung the fields. Begin work about 4 A.M and work sometimes until sunset. 1909, National Archives and Records Administration.

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