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In the 1800s there were 3 kids Leo(10), Martha(9), and Floyd(6). They were forced to work in a sewing factory. It wasn't just them though kids everywhere were forced to work and not go to school
Hi im Lewis Hine and I photograph child labor.
"Your photos show what words can't." -Crusader 2
1: "Oh my gosh Martha what happened?"
2: "My hands got caught in the sewing machine!"
3: "Get back to work!" (As he checked the machine barley glancing at Martha.)
Hines went to get more photographs of boys at work at a glass work factory, when the overseer came and kicked him out.
Hines disguises himself and says he needs to take a picture of the spinning machine and how its the best in the state, but really he's just there to get more pictures of child labor.
2: That is great! Hopefully, you and your brother can go to school soon.
1: A man came to the factory today and took pictures of the machines, I think there is hope.
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