Lewis Hine - Mill Workers, (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.
Life wasn't all trouble at mill: LIBERTY'S DAWN: A PEOPLE'S HISTORY OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION BY EMMA GRIFFIN
The working classes had a thoroughly rotten time of it during the Industrial Revolution - or so history books maintain. The Industrial Revolution came as a tremendous boom to a lot of working people: they earned far more than they had done before, escap
Industrial Revolution - Spencer Ltd Cotton Mill in Burnley. A focus on productivity took the forefront during this design period. With the increase of metal recourses, much of this periods interiors relied on the use of metals such as iron.
This is an insightful photograph showing the toil of a group of factory workers - comprised almost entirely out of women - at a textile mill in Lowell, Massachusetts. The textile industry was a common workplace for the woman worker during this era.
Avant les smartphones, quand les enfants s’amusaient vraiment.
Avant les smartphones, quand les enfants s’amusaient vraiment. durant la crise , 1930.