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Primary Borros, Phyllis, A.S CTPost “Hine's photos document rise of Empire State Building” <http://www.ctpost.

com/news/article/Hine-s-photos-document-rise-of-Empire-State4840103.php> This is a documentation of the construction of the Empire State Building; it shows the various children and immigrants who built it. The History Place. “Child Labor in America 1906-1912 Photographs of Lewis W. Hine 1 Nov 2013. <http://www.historyplace.com/unitedstates/childlabor/> This source contains photographic documentation of child labor by Lewis Hine. Picturing the Century. “Portfolio: Lewis Hine” 1 Nov 2013. <http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/picturing_the_century/portfolios/port_hine.html> Not only does this source contain photos, but it also contains descriptions along with The photos. National Archives. “Teaching With Documents: Photographs of Lewis Hine: Documentation of Child Labor.” Web. 18 Sept 2013. <http:/www.archives.gov/education/lessons/hine-photos/>

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Not only do I learn from the boom of child labor in the U.S after the Civil War from this article, I also can see photos taken by Lewis Hine. NYPL Digital Gallery. “Lewis Wickes Hine: Documentary Photographs, 1905-1938” 3 Oct 2013. <http:/digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/explore/?col_id=175> This source contains photos Lewis Hine took to document Child Labor. Secondary Journal/Magazine Reinhardt, Dorothy. Modern-Day Slavery in America. World & I, Feb2001, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p52, 6p, 3c. This source allows me to learn that Child Labor still exists in America today and some companies like Campbell’s and Costco employ children as young as four to work in fields for eight hours a day on minimum wage. "Ending Child Labor." Time for Kids, 20 September 1996, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p4, 2p, 2c. This article highlights the issue that many companies that have children working for them choose to ignore the issue. The children working for these companies are often not American so they are exempt from child welfare laws. Pasztor, Eileen Mayers; McFadden, Emily Jean, Child Labor: A Forgotten Focus on Child Welfare. Child Welfare, Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 80 Issue 5, p611, 12p.

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This source focuses on the fact that child slave holding is not easily detectable as it goes unreported by parents who believe their children have more opportunities than they had. Websites Simkin John, Spartacus Educational “Lewis Hine” Web. 18 Sept 2013 <http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/IRhine.htm> From this source I learn valuable information about Hine’s life that may have led him to Feel passionate about child labor. Erin Bartels, Documenting the American South. “Child Labor in the Carolinas: [A]ccount of Investigations Made in the Cotton Mills of North and South Carolina, by Rev.A.E. Seddon, A. H. Ulm and Lewis W. Hine, Under the Direction of the Southern Office of the National Child Labor Committee.” This is an important source because it explains Child Labor in the South and State Laws regarding it. The Biography Channel Website. “Lewis Wickes Hine.” 3 Oct 2013 <http://www.biography.com/people/lewis-hine-9339610> From this source I receive more background information about Lewis Hine. Estrin James. The New York Times. “Lewis Hine: Photographer, Activist, Character”

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Nov 1 2013. <http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/08/26/lewis-hine-photographeractivist-character/?_r=0> This source describes other people’s interest in Lewis Hine and I also learn more background information about Lewis Hine. Cade DL. Peta Pixel “Lewis Hine’s Photography and The End of Child Labor in the United States” Nov 1 2013. <http://petapixel.com/2013/09/07/lewis-hines-photography-end-child-labor-unitedstates/> From this source I learn how Lewis Hine’s documentation of child labor eventually ended it. Rosenblum Naomi, MoMA “Lewis W. Hine” 1 Nov 2013. <http://www.moma.org/collection/artist.php?artist_id=2657> From this source I also learn that Hine documented the treatment of immigrants on Ellis Island as well. Davis Kay, Documenting “The Other Half” The Social Reform Photography of Jacob Riis & Lewis Hine “Lewis Hine” 1 Nov. 2013. <http://xroads.virginia.edu/~ma01/davis/photography/hine/hine.html> I learn how Lewis Hine’s photography caused a social reform through this article.

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National Child Labor Committee “Lewis Wickes Hine and the Lewis Hine Awards” Nov 1 2013. <http://www.nationalchildlabor.org/lha.html> I learned that Lewis Hine made such a big contribution to the end of child labor, he has An award named after him for the betterment of child rights. Liu-Beers Chris, ncchurches “Raise Your Hand if You Support Child Labor” Web. June 9, 2011 <http://www.ncchurches.org/2011/06/raise-your-hand-if-you-support-child-labor/> Accessed 25 Dec 2013. From this source I learn the reasons why some people support child labor. Some reasons include low family income and the notion that “I worked on a farm when I was a child, so it will be good for my kids to work.” However, farms today are dangerous because of pesticides and modern equipment. Child Labor Public Education Project “U.S Federal Child Labor Laws” Accessed 16 December <https://www.continuetolearn.uiowa.edu/laborctr/child_labor/about/us_laws.html> Video Liu-Beers Chris, Farmworker Advocacy Network “Uprooted Innocence” 25 May 2011 2013

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<http://www.ncfan.org/blog/2011/5/25/new-short-film-uprooted innocence.html#.Uq4R6fRJNAM> Blogs Tabaja Mira, Blogspot “Child Labor” 18 March 2010 <http://issueofchildlabor.blogspot.com/2010/03/child-labor-is-widespread-problem.html> From this source I learn why some people support Child Labor. Some believe that if a child was unemployed their families would go hungry and some believe that if children were not working in factories they would have more dangerous jobs.