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|Child Labor - Spinner at Mollahan Mills in South Carolina |
American children held jobs in many industries, including the cotton industry during the early 20th century. This girl was a spinner at a South Carolina mill.
|Phosphate Mining in South Carolina |
Phosphate mining, in South Carolina, was once the most-dominant in the world. This twenty-year position of prominence ended due to a variety of factors.
|Camp Poston As Seen by a Resident |
Tom Tanaka was living at Camp Poston when he created this painting of the place on May 17, 1942.
|Tule Lake Segregation Center |
One of numerous relocation centers, during WWII, the Tule Lake internment camp was also known as a segregation center.
|Bitter Harvest - Story of the Holodomor |
When Stalin industrializes the USSR, he does so by breaking the spirit of people and depriving them of food and shelter.
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