Child labor rights

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Child labor rights

Child Labor Rights

In 1904, the National Child Labor Committee is formed to end all child labor.

In 1842 Massachusetts limits chidren to working 10 hours a day.

Child labor is when children work in an industry or buisness. The children often work long hard house, but they would get payed very little.

This little girl works in a cotton mill and she has been working in the mill for about a year.

Young mine workers in Pittson, Pennsylvania. Most boys worked from early in the morning until late at night every day.

This little boy worked in the mines of Colorado.

In 1836, Massachusettes created the first child labor law requiring children under 15 go to school 3 months per year.

This photo was taken at 9 p.m. in an Indiana glass factory.They have been working all day.

This little girl works in the mills with her sister in Newberry, South Carolina.


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