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Sources Primary: Abbott, Edith. Women in industry: A study in American economic history. New York: D.

Appleton and Company, 1909. 337-51. U of Michigan. Web. 6 Mar. 2012. Edith Abbott studied American economic history and her book gave us insight on child labor and its consequences before the year 1870. We used this book as a primary source because she witnessed an era of child labor during the Industrail Revolution. Abbott, Grace. The Child and the State. N.p.: The University of Chicago Press, 1938. N. pag. Web. 9 Mar. 2012. Grace Abbott was a resident of the Hull House and joined other women interested in equal rights. She was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson as director of the child-labour division of the United States Children’s Bureau. We used her book as a primary source because she lived during the time period of child labor and we used her opinions and facts to enhance our knowledge and website. Baines, Edward. History of the cotton manufacture in Great Britain. N.p.: R. Fisher and P. Jackson, 1835. 456-60. Ghent University . Web. 9 Mar. 2012. Edward Baines was strongly opposed to those against child labor. His book offered us insight as to why some people were in favor of child labor. The book allowed us to see the different point of view from a person during the time of the Industrial Revolution in Great Britain. Brickyards England Children Carrying Clay. 1871. Private collection. Web. 9 Mar. 2012. This picture is taken from “The Graphic”, an illustrated weekly newspaper dated 1871 in Great Britain. We used this picture in the slideshow on the homepage of our website. Child "hurriers" working in mines. Parliamentary Commision . Web. 9 Mar. 2012. This picture is used in our website and is a drawing from an official Parliamentary Commision report. Dixon, Dorsey. Babies in the Mill. 1930. N.p.: Hightone Records, 1998. Web. 10 Apr. 2012. This song was written by Dorsey Dixon in the 1930s and then re-recorded in the 1960s. At age 12, he had to work at the local textile mill and give up his education. This song is a firsthand account of what it was like to work in a mill. We used the song in our homepage. It helps our website by adding audio that relates to our topic.

We used this to access the original Factory Acts from the Great Britain House of Commons Papers. quotes. National Child Labor Committee Collection. 7 Mar. Web. This gave us incredible primary source pictures from the time of the Industrial Revolution in the United States.d. N. This video helped us to visualize child labor factories in the early 1900s. Web. Lewis W. The Fight to End Child Labor.p. has written several history books and produces materials for many websites. N. Volume 22. 2012. John Simkin. which we used in our website. 9 Mar. The History Channel website. 2011. 2012. interviews. We used this site for many different primary sources. House of Commons papers.p.C. 2012. Great Britain Parliament House of Commons.p. 22. Web.. unbiased website because it offered points of views against and for child labor." Our Documents. It showed us detail such as some of the machines that the children operated throughout their work day in the factories and in the textile mills. It was very helpful and interesting to observe actual footage of children at work during the industrial period. NARA. His pictures helped us to understand the extent of child labor in the country and we used his pictures in our slideshow and banner. 9 Mar. Lewis Hine captured thousands of pictures of children working across the country. 2012. The author of the site. Seeing the original gave us insight into the reforms taking place during this time. There were pictures. Web. This was a good. This site is in a cooperative effort with National History Day as well. Web. Washington D. Library of Congress. N.British Parliamentary Papers (1836) No 353. 20 Oct." The National Archives. Web.d. n. "Transcript of Keating-Owen Child Labor Act of 1916. Spartacus Educational .. This website contained the transcript of the original Keating-Owen Child Labor Act of 1916."Extract from a Factory Inspectors report . 9 Mar. We used this picture on a page in our website. Simkin. and speeches regarding child labor that we had access to and used frequently on our website. Vol. 10 Apr. John. 2012. 1954. n. Hine. 1864.: HMSO. 2012. 7 Mar. 2012. . We used this factory inspector’s report to understand the severity of the factory workers’ conditions in Great Britain.

and reforms. history. 26 Sept. "Factory Legislation 1802-1878. 2012. 9 Mar. 2012. Needham Schools. Web. David. The Victorian Web. We used the chart that lists all of the child labor acts and investigations on our website. 6 Mar. n. We composed a slideshow of these people to show their ignificance in their efforts to improve working conditions for the children. N. and the movements to regulate child labor in Great Britain during the Industrial Revolution." Eastern Illinois University. 7 Mar. 2012." N. 2012. n. 2011. Specifically. Cindy Rich. "Child Labor Reform Exhibit . "Childhood Lost: Child Labor During the Industrial Revolution. Web.p. Robin. and the National Child Labor Committee.d. 2012. 2012.p.Secondary: Bloy. 2012 We used this website to increase our knowledge on the children’s wages. Teaching with Primary Sources. Child labor in Factories.. "Industrial Child Labor in Britain. 2005. 9 Mar..d. Cody. Carol Hodne. we learned about the Fair Labor Standards Act. Ed.d. the conditions in workplaces. and Jennifer Sherer. 4 Mar. Web. 16 Oct. Lewis Hine. Child Labor Public Education Project. 6 Mar. This website gave us great information regarding child labor in U. David.d. Chung. Web. University of Iowa Labor Center." United States Department of Labor . This website gave us information about the role of child laborers during the Industrial Revolution. Web. n. hours. It included a list of reforms and regulations in the United States that we included in our website.. This website gave us a quick view of the reform acts of child labor in Great Britain during the Industrial Revolution. 2008. Jane Addams. United States Department of Labor. 9 Mar. 6 Jan. We used this website to learn about advocates for child labor such as Grace Abbott. . We used exhibits number 1-5 to enhance our knowledge of child labor overall in the United States." A Web of English History .p. Marjie.S. and Lewis Hine. Web. n. N. treatment. Clark-Bennett. Web.

It helped us to see what a big part she played in the reforms for child labor. It included information about the problem. 1992. Solomon-McCarthy. Web.d. This source helped us to understand child labor in the United States as a whole. Web. Webster University. The economic situation in Great Britain set the stage for child labor. 2012. we took statisics from this website about the children’s working hours. 2012. This website featured information about the Slater Mill in Rhode Island. ages. n. Yale University. This website gave us information on Grace Abbott’s life in more detail. Woonsocket. Wagner. Web. 7 Mar. Web.d..p. 2012.d. and population. 7-73. Dagenhart. 9 Mar. Print. Web. The website also gave us information about the everyday working conditions for the children in mills which we used in our website. Clark. 2012. This book had information about many aspects of child labor in both the United States and Great Britain." Library of Economics and Liberty.Father of the American Industrial Revolution. Sharron. Nardinelli. Amsterdam: Elsevier Publishing Company. Jennifer. Laura O. This book gave a biography of the Nobel Peace Prize winner.We used this website for basic information about child labor. which was the first mill in the United States. the children. "Grace Abbott. 9 Mar. and gave us background knowledge about her for our website which we used in a slideshow. "The History of Child Labor During the American Industrial .d. This explained her life and work. the reforms. 1972. 7 Mar. pag. 7 Mar. Additionally. Jane Addams. Samuel Slater. 2012. Erik Eckilson. and Lewis Hine. N." Women's Intellectual Contributions to the Study of Mind and Society. The History of Child Labor in the United States: Hammer v. n. Child Labor: Then and Now. Ed. Nobel Lectures. n. Greene. wages. New York: Franklin Watts. n. It offered rich information into sub-topics we were looking into such as the reforms in the United States. "Industrial Revolution and the Standard of Living. N. It also gave us a good introduction into the child labor situation that we used in our website. This article gave us information on the Industrial Revolution’s standard of living in Great Britain.

Web. Dr. N. Oct. It also helped us to see reforms that had been enacted to improve those harsh conditions and what a big issue it was in America. This website was very useful to us as we investigated the child labor situation in the American Industrial Revolution.Revolution. Ed. 2012." IHS Child Slave Labor. long hours. .. 6 Mar. and health problems. It helped us as it described the roles children played in the different industries and their working conditions. 2002.p. Joseph Muzas.