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Les Délices de M. Ogre...: janvier 2010  Une petite fileuse dans l'usine Mollahan, à Newberry, en Caroline du sud (États-Unis). Elle s'occupait de sa machine comme une ouviere expérimentée, mais après que la photo a été prise, le contremaitre est venu et a dit sur un ton d'excuses qui était pitoyable "elle est là par hasard". Les usines de la région semblent pleines de jeunes enfants qui "sont là par hasard" ou "aident une sœur". 03 décembre 1908. Témoin : Sara R Hine.

legrandcirque: “ Lewis Wickes Hine,A little spinner in the Mollohan Mills, Newberry, South Carolina, 3 December Source: Library of Congress ”

Sadie Pfeifer, fileuse de coton en usine, Lancaster, Caroline du sud (1908) – Lewis Hine

Lewis Wickes Hine, photographer "Sadie Pfeifer, 48 inches high, has worked half a year. One of the many small children at work in Lancaster Cotton Mills.

Lewis Hine - Spinners in a cotton mill, 1911. 25 vieux clichés saisissants du travail des enfants vu par Lewis Hine.

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.

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, escaped lives of crushing poverty and for the first time began to exert some measure of control over their lives.

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

John Dempsey 11 or 12, at Jackson mill, working faithfully in mule spinning room, a dangerous place for boys. No others below 14 were found in this mill. 1909 by Lewis Hine

Lewis Hine: John Dempsey aged eleven working in a mule-spinning room in Rhode Island in April I feel like I'm looking at my grandpa when I look at his child labor images.

Women..

Two women, who wear shorts in public for the first time, draw male attention and cause a car accident, 1937

Cotton rooms fell silent after the industrial revolution

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.

Berenice Abbott. Court of the First Model Tenement 12th Street & 1st Av. NY 1936

Berenice Abbott: Court of first model tenement house in New York, Street and First Avenue, Manhattan. First Avenue, Manhattan.

Writing Prompt: Historical photos

Writing prompt for upper elementary. May be controversial but helps teach real history and gets them to www their point of view to create lasting impact

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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. durant la crise , 1930.

Avant les smartphones, quand les enfants s’amusaient vraiment.

Avant les smartphones, quand les enfants s’amusaient vraiment. durant la crise , 1930.

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