Images

The History Place – Child Labor in America (1908 – 1912) Photographs of Lewis W. Hine


“The Shrimp Peeler”, “The Mill Girl”, “In the Cotton Fields”, “The Glassworks” by Lewis W. Hine


Library of Congress: American Memory Project

Library of Congress: Prints & Images Database – Political Cartoons
“The Water Wheel” by Winsor McCay, “The Treadmill” by C.R. Macauley, “The Road to Dividends” by TAD, and “An Awful Blot” by Lewis W. Hine

Written Articles

“My Cotton Dress”, //The Child Labor Bulletin 1914//
“Mr. Coal’s Story”, The Child Labor Bulletin 1914, Vol 2, no 2

“Rats, Mules and Mine Gas”, http://memory.loc.gov/afc/afccmns/03/037019.ram


Oral History Recording, Tending the Commons: Folk Life and Landscape in Southern West Virginia -http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/tending/index.html


“Bad Luck for Women to Go into the Mines” – Oral History of Fourteen Year Old Girl Setting Explosives in Mines with Siblings, http://memory.loc.gov/afc/afccmns/03/037009.ram, Tending the Commons: Folk Life and Landscape in Southern West Virginia - http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/tending/index.html

“Selling Newspapers at 13 in Paterson, New Jersey” – Oral History, http://memory.loc.gov/service/afc/afcwip/dta001/dta00101.ram, Library of Congress: Working in Paterson - http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/collections/paterson/index.html
Texts

“Kids at Work: Lewis Hine and the Crusade Against Child Labor” by Russell Freedman, Scholastic, 1994

Videos
“The Fight to End Child Labor” – The History Channel
“Characteristics of Early Factory Girls” – The History Channel
Child Labor in US History – The Child Labor Education Project – University of Iowa
Child Labor in US History – Laws and Reform