Child coal miners group together in a group photo. It kind of breaks my heart the shape that some of these boys are in... :( By Lewis Hine.

Breaker Boys Pennsylvania this is a photograph of breakerboys child labour used to separate coal from slate.This image helped the nation to outlaw child labour,it was taken by Lewis Hine.

1910 - Addie Laird, 12-yr-old spinner in cotton mill By Lewis Hine

Addie Card, Spinner in North Pownal Cotton Mill. "She admitted to me she was twelve; that she started during school vacation and now would 'stay'" (Lewis Hine)

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ This is my favourite photograph by Lewis Hine taken in 1918. A young boy with such a cherubic face and a headful of curls - sent to work far too young in life. His sweet, soulful, exhausted expression is haunting.

Lewis Hine, gamin de Paris, Lewis Wickes Hine was an American sociologist and photographer. Hine used his camera as a tool for social reform. His photographs were instrumental in changing the child labor laws in the United States.

Child cotton picker, photo by Lewis W. Hine Before the 1940s, most farmers did not own land, but worked as sharecroppers. The whole family was essential to help with the harvest, and poor families took on extra work. Everyone pitched in, because survival depended on it.

Child cotton picker - photo by Lewis W. Hine - ( Linda Crooms, my dad did this in Texas )

Lewis Wickes Hine. America - American History - Women's Rights - Child Labor - The Great Depression.

Fotografias registraram o trabalho infantil nos EUA em 1909

A child laborer in a mill in Newberry, SC in Here is the description that goes with the photo: “A little spinner in the Mollohan Mills, Newberry, S. She was tending her ‘sides’ like a veteran,.

In the last ten years, Joe Manning has tracked down the life stories of more than 350 child laborers in Lewis Hine's documentary photography for the National Child Labor Committee.  Pictured: Lewis Hine's photograph of 12-year-old Addie Card, a spinner in a Vermont mill, and Addie at age 90. (Courtesy Addie's family)

Tracking Down Lewis Hine's Forgotten Child Laborers

In the last ten years, Joe Manning has tracked down the life stories of more than 350 child laborers in Lewis Hine's documentary photography for the National Child Labor Committee.

Lewis Hine: Jennie Camillo, 8 years, cranberry picker, Pemberton, New Jersey, 1910

1910 Jennie Camillo, 8 years, cranberry picker, Pemberton, New Jersey. by Lewis Hine

+~+~ Vintage Photograph ~+~+   March 1937. Scott's Run, West Virginia. "Johnson family -- father unemployed." Photograph by Lewis Hine

Johnson Family -- father unemployed -photograph by Lewis Hine, March at Scott's Run, West Virginia

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