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Mule-spinning room in Chace Cotton Mill, Burlington, Vt.  Leopold Daigneau (left) and Arsene Lussier (right). Burlington, Vermont in May 1909.

CHILD MILL WORKERS: In the mule-spinning room at the Chace Cotton Mill in Burlington, (from left) "Back-roping boys" Leopold Daigneau and Arsene Lussier were photographed by Hine in

The Yelverton Family — Ten in the family. Live in a six-room house, “The only one on the street,” they told me repeatedly.   Two years ago the came here from the farm fifty miles away and a mile from the R.R. where they owned 135 acres. Father and four oldest boys have been working in the Laurel Cotton Mills for two years.

The Yelverton Family — Ten in the family. Live in a six-room house, “The only one on the street,” they told me repeatedly. Two years ago the came here from the farm fifty miles away and a mile from.

child labor...The Mill: Jo Bodeon, a back-roper in the mule room at Chace Cotton Mill. Burlington, Vermont.

The Mill: Jo Bodeon, a back-roper in the mule room at Chace Cotton Mill. The History Place - Child Labor in America Lewis Hine Photos - The Mill

Payne Mill: January 1909. Macon, Georgia. This boy has worked in Payne Cotton Mill for 2 yrs. Runs four sides and earns 52 cents a day. Overseer has hand on boys shoulder. He said this mill made 70% profit last year and expects to make 100% this year. Owned by Bibb Mfg. Co. Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine.

"This boy has worked in Payne Cotton Mill for 2 yrs. Runs four sides and earns 52 cents a day.

Ice Cream cone factory 1917 in OK.

12 14 year old steady workers Interior of Workshop of Sanitary Ice Cream Cone Co. by Lewis Hine 1917

1916 : Fifteen year old sweeper posing with his broom on the floor of the spinning and spooling room, at the Berkshire Cotton Mills, in Adams, Massachusetts

15 year old sweeper - Spinning and Spooling room - Berkshire Cotton Mills. Location: Adams, Massachusetts / Lewis W.

Young girls working in a millinery

Two of the tiny workers, a raveler and a looper in Loudon Hosiery Mills. Loudon, Tennessee, Photo by Lewis Wickes Hine (Oshkosh, 26 settembre 1874 – 3 novembre

Vermont Women, Native Americans & African Americans: Out of the Shadows of History

Vermont Women, Native Americans & African Americans: Out of the Shadows of History (American Heritage VT)

Vermont Women, Native Americans & African Americans: Out of the Shadows of History

An American boy hugging his Japanese friend just before the attack on pearl harbour. This reminds me of the Billy Bragg song "everywhere" <3

A Japanese-American boy gets a hug from his pal during lunchtime at a Public School in CA, April soon after, Japanese children and parents were evacuated during World War II to War Relocation Authority centers.

September 28, 1910. Browns Mills, New Jersey. "Smallest girl is 10-year-old Rosie Biodo, 1216 Annan St., Philadelphia. Carries cranberries at White's Bog. This is the fourth week of school in Philadelphia, and the people here expect to remain here two weeks more." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine. | Click image for Comments. | Home

valscrapbook: “September Browns Mills, New Jersey. “Smallest girl is Rosie Biodo, 1216 Annan St. Carries cranberries at White’s Bog. This is the fourth week of.

A Bad Lot: May 1911. Fries, Virginia. A part of the spinning force working in the Washington Cotton Mills. Group posed by the overseer. All work. The overseer said, These boys are a bad lot. All were alive to the need for being 14 years old when questioned. Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

May) A part of the spinning force working in the Washington Cotton Mills - Fries, Virginia

Workers are seen at the ZCMI factory in this photo believed to be from August, 1899. Click through for a ZCMI gallery from the 1800s.

A Look Back: Photos of Salt Lake's ZCMI in the late 1800s

Workers are seen at the ZCMI factory in this photo believed to be from August, Click through for a ZCMI gallery from the

This picture shows children who work in a Cotton Mill in Pell City, Alabama. The photograph was taken in 1910. Notice the cotton fibers on the children's hats. Cotton fiber is very dangerous to breath, and the health effects were probably as bad as working in a coal mine.

"Doffers in Pell City Cotton Mill. Superintendent of mill is also Mayor of Pell City." Photograph by Lewis Wickes Hine for the National Child Labor Committee.

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