Lewis Hine’s photographs

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Lewis Hine took photographs for the National Child Labor Committee from 1908-1918, documenting conditions for working children in factories, fields, mines, etc in order to bring awareness of the harsh daily environments for these kids.

Mail Online has compiled several of the images into an article here.

For more information on this era check out our:

US History PowerPoints

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  1. Hey! I would just like to say I enjoyed reading your post. I like the links to power point “inspirations/ideas.” I also like the links to the games you can buy. They really help think about all the ways you can make learning fun and interesting!

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