Child Labor

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Child Labor

Child Labor By: Ricky and Lupe

These poor children had to work 12 to 16 hours, six days a week in order to support their families. They didn't even have time to learn how to read or write. If they would be even 2 minutes late, they would get whipped.

Child Labor during the Industrial Revolutionwas very sad and hopeless.

These people didn't even care that these poor children smoked. Child Labor began in the early 1800's and ended in the 1930's. Child Labor was so spread in the U.S.A. that in 1910 almost 2 million children were working in factories. They even had to get up at 2 in the morning.

Many children were so poor, they could not afford clothing. Most of their money went to support their familes.


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