As he traveled throughout the country, documenting children who worked, Lewis Hine even descended into American mines. He gave the National Child Labor Committee plenty of ammunition with which to lobby for change.
Hine's pictures paint the scenes of a not-too-distant past.
Working American children also labored in mills where they helped to produce all kinds of products from cloth to glassworks. Some of them even worked the night shift.
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