Child Labor in America

We know that young children were pressed into dangerous jobs during history and little appreciate their social, political and work environments on our modern world.

Children were important only as tools to many factory owners in days gone by.  Their safety was of concern only because an accident may inconvenience the owner.

Is the right lower arm of this young cartoner for Sea Coast Canning missing or does she have it tucked behind her back?  Unless the sleeve bloused long, her lower arm is missing.   Aren’t we happy our children don’t have to work in miserable conditions like those that plagued our ancestors as children?


Copyright (c) Lee Drew 2013-02-07 07:00:00
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