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A mill girl working - around 1912

A mill girl working - around 1912

Children in the Victorian Age  JUST THINK MAYBE A FEW MONTHS OF THIS FOR THE KIDS OF TODAY?  YA THINK MAYBE THE ENTITLEMENT ATTITUDE WOULD GO AWAY?

Children in the Victorian Age JUST THINK MAYBE A FEW MONTHS OF THIS FOR THE KIDS OF TODAY? YA THINK MAYBE THE ENTITLEMENT ATTITUDE WOULD GO AWAY?

Dorothea Lange - child prostitute. "Shacktown" near Oklahoma City. The picture was taken in 1936

Dorothea Lange - child prostitute. "Shacktown" near Oklahoma City. The picture was taken in 1936

History in Photos: Lewis Hine - Mill Workers

History in Photos: Lewis Hine - Mill Workers

Spinner in Lancaster Cotton Mills, South Carolina, 1908 - Photo: Lewis Hine

Spinner in Lancaster Cotton Mills, South Carolina, 1908 - Photo: Lewis Hine

[ child miner, circa 1900 ]  Next time you think you're having a bad day at the office…

[ child miner, circa 1900 ] Next time you think you're having a bad day at the office…

A group of young girls who worked at a cotton mill together in Georgia, circa 1909. Knowing the awful conditions in the mills, it’s surprising to see these girls pull off smiles. It’s a truly beautiful photo.

A group of young girls who worked at a cotton mill together in Georgia, circa 1909. Knowing the awful conditions in the mills, it’s surprising to see these girls pull off smiles. It’s a truly beautiful photo.

Noon, April 10, 1913. Cherokee Hosiery Mill in Rome, Georgia. "The youngest are turners and loopers. Some of these appear to be as young as 8 and 9 years." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Noon, April 10, 1913. Cherokee Hosiery Mill in Rome, Georgia. "The youngest are turners and loopers. Some of these appear to be as young as 8 and 9 years." Photograph and caption by Lewis Wickes Hine.

Carrie, a 7-year-old oyster shucker at Pass Packing Co., going home at 5 pm after a day beginning at 4 am, and spent shucking oysters and tending the baby. Pass Christian, Mississippi, 1911

Carrie, a 7-year-old oyster shucker at Pass Packing Co., going home at 5 pm after a day beginning at 4 am, and spent shucking oysters and tending the baby. Pass Christian, Mississippi, 1911

Shoe-repair shop, 1925. Child labor

Shoe-repair shop, 1925. Child labor

Boys working in a cigar factory, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1908. Photo by Lewis Hine

Boys working in a cigar factory, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1908. Photo by Lewis Hine

Boys working in a tobacco drying shed - 1914.

Boys working in a tobacco drying shed - 1914.

A small boy carries a basket of apples while holding an apple in his mouth in this 1911 photograph. http://www.vanishedamericana.com/kids/proof-of-the-pudding-is-in-the-eating/

A small boy carries a basket of apples while holding an apple in his mouth in this 1911 photograph. http://www.vanishedamericana.com/kids/proof-of-the-pudding-is-in-the-eating/

Boys sent to fetch skimmed milk. St Louis.

Boys sent to fetch skimmed milk. St Louis.

Lewis Hine, photographer 'Boy carrying homework from New York sweatshop', 1912.

Lewis Hine, photographer 'Boy carrying homework from New York sweatshop', 1912.