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Home of Andrew Carnegie, New York, N.Y., c1903
Carnegie blast furnaces, Homestead, Pa.. 1905? Carnegie Steel Company, "Lucy" furnace, Pittsburgh, Pa. Between 1900-1915
Carnegie Library, Montgomery, AL c1906 Carnegie Library, Tuskeegee Instittute c1906 Carnegie Libraries
. Carnegie Library, Burlington, VT c.1907 Carnegie Libraries - continued Carnegie library, Washington, D.C c1906
Residential street near meat packinghouses, Chicago, c. 1901. A backyard shared by five houses, Chicago, c. 1910.
Packinghouses, about 1909. Making Sausage
Young Miners, South Pittston Pa., January 6, 1911 "Breaker boys, Hughestown Borough Coal Co. Pittston, Pa."
Mrs. Battaglia with Tessie, age 12 and Tony, age 7 work at home on a Saturday. Earn from $1 to $1.50 for the day.
Residence of Cornelius Vanderbilt, New York, N.Y., 1901 Vanderbilt Hall, Yale College, New Haven, Conn., 1901
Adolescent girls from Bibb, Mfg. Co. in Georgia
Young cigar makers in Engelhardt and Co.
Mill workers mending broken threads on bobbins.
John D. Rockefeller's residence, Cleveland, Ohio, c1908 Forest Hill Lodge, entrance to Rockefeller's home, Cleveland, Ohio c1905
Rockefeller Hall, Brown University Rockefeller Hall, Vassar College
Young Driver - West Virginia, September 1909. Breakerboys – Pennsylvania Coal Company
Francis Lance, 5 years old, jumps on and off trolleys to sell newspapers. Tony Casale, 11, has been selling newspapers for four years.
Family and neighbors working at night sewing gartars.
Breaker boys, Woodward Coal Mines, Kingston, Pa.. 1900
9 PM in an Indiana glass factory
Oyster shuckers working in a canning factory. Began at 3:30 AM and worked to 5 PM.
Mill Girl, Lancaster, S.C., November 30, 1908
Striking workers rally at 47th and Ashland, Chicago, 1904.
Home of Andrew Carnegie, New York, N.Y., c1903. Carnegie blast furnaces, Homestead, Pa ? Carnegie Steel Company, "Lucy" furnace, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Child Labor in the U.S. during the Progressive Era Photographs by Lewis Hine & Library of Congress
Adolescent girls from Bibb Mfg. Co. in Macon, Georgia.
ChildLabor PHOTOS BY LEWIS HINE "There is work that profits children, and there is work that brings profit only to employers. The object of employing.
Furman Owens, 12 years old. Can't read. Doesn't know his A,B,C's
Photographs from Lewis W. Hines: Child Labor in America.
Child Labor Faces of Lost Youth: Furman Owens, 12-years-old. Can't read. Doesn't know his A,B,C's. Said, "Yes I want to learn but can't when I work all.
Child Labor The Second Industrial Revolution All photos from NARA government archives, Photographer: Lewis Hines.
Furman Owens, 12 Years Old. Can't Read. Doesn't Know His A,b,C's
The Effects of the Industrial Revolution Objective: Identify causes and effects of Industrial Revolution on Europe & it’s people Bell Work: What rules.
The Industrial Revolution The Life of a Factory Worker
18.2 & 18.4 Industrial Revolution Continued. Consequences of IR Urbanization Leads to cities population’s growing exponentially Especially the middle.
Child Labor in America Featuring the original photo captions by Lewis W. Hine.
Lewis Hine (1874 – 1940) Wisconsin-born photographer, photojournalist, and social reformer.
Furman Owens, 12 years old. Can't read. Doesn't know his A,B,C's. Said, "Yes I want to learn but can't when I work all the time." Been in the mills 4.
Child Labor Photos and descriptions by Lewis Hine.
How To Think Like A Historian A Framework for Teachers.
"There is work that profits children, and there is work that brings profit only to employers. The object of employing children is not to train them, but.
Child Labor Social Studies Standards Literacy.RH.6-8 – Primary or secondary sources, Visual Sources Time, Continuity, and Change.
Child Labor As Seen Through the Photographs of Louis Wikes Hine ( )
1890s ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS Who were the Progressives? Who were the Progressives? What reforms did they seek? What reforms did they seek? How successful.
Who: American-born industrialist Where: New York How: built wealth from shipping (steamships) and railroads
Health and Safety Awareness for Working Teens Unit 3: Know Your Rights Health and Safety Awareness for Working Teens Dept of Environmental and Occupational.
Child Labor Child Labor in America Photographs of Lewis W. Hine.
UAW Education Department High School Labor Presentation CHILD LABOR IN THE UNITED STATES Shrimp Cannery Biloxi, Miss., c Shrimp pickers, including.
Child Labor Pictures And Readings
Child Labor As Seen Through the Photographs of Louis Wikes Hine.
Andrew Carnegie ( ) By: Brodie Woodson and Jacob Whiting-kooy.
ProSafety for the Culinary Arts Unit 3: Know Your Rights ProSafety Curriculum for the Culinary Arts Washington Restaurant Association Dept of Environmental.
Created by LL Sheets © Which of the following best describes how you feel about attending school? A.I would rather spend my time doing something else meaningful.
“Rise of Industrial America, 1876 – 1900” The children often worked hours a day or more, six days a week, in farm fields, canneries, and coal mines.
Holiday that celebrates the role that workers play in American society First Monday in September Made a federal holiday in 1894.
Child Labor in America September 5, 1902 Loading Sugar Cane.
Life for Industrial Workers Examine the slides. Write down challenges it appears industrial workers and their families might have experienced during this.
Chapter 19 The Growth of Industry. Section 3 An Age of Big Business
+ Rise of the Corporation. + The Need For Cash Until 1880, most businesses owned by person or partnership Solution was the corporation A group that is.
Furman Owens, 12 years old. Can't read. Doesn't know his A,B,C's. Said, "Yes I want to learn but can't when I work all the time." Been in the mills 4 years,
An Industrial Society Economic Growth during the Gilded Age ( )
Think back to when you were twelve or seven or even five years old…
Lewis Hine, a New York City schoolteacher and photographer, believed that a picture could tell a powerful story.
Factors of Production Factors of Production Start on page 568 The period from the end of the Civil War and 1900 was an era of unmatched economic growth.
Bell Ringer – 3/28/08 In paragraph form, explain the different classes that existed in the United States 100 years ago. Also, comment on if you believe.
The Growth of Industry. Industrialization: Factors Plentiful Natural Resources Improved Transportation Growing Population/High Rates of Immigration New.
Problems of the Industrial Revolution. Businesses Business Owners looking to make as much $ as possible, used strategies like: –Vertical Integration –
Strikes (part 2). Molly Maguires Secret organization of coal miners in Pennsylvania and West Virginia ( ) Pinkertons- private police used to break.
INDUSTRIALIZATION: MANCHESTER. For centuries, most people lived in the country Urbanization period City building and movement of people to.
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