rules from the Handbook to Lowell, 1848, Massachusetts Investigation
into Labor, Conditions, Factory Life Description, and Boarding House
Rules from the Handbook to Lowell, 1948
""--Mr. Coal's Story, an appeal to end child labor
in coal mines.
History: A Mill Girl Called Lucy Larcom
Treasures of the Library of Congress: Memory: Child Labor
Child Labor and Labor Reform in American History
Child Labor in New York City Tenements--A brief report of a 1908
Labor: Victorian Web--A
description of conditions in 19th century England
Labour: Spartacus Educational--Includes biographies on both sides
of the issue as well as primary sources and statistics relating to child
labor in 19th-century Britain.
World Service: Children of Conflict--From the British Broadcasting
Corporation; sections about child soldiers, wounded children, lost children,
child workers, and child-headed households, and ways to help; photographs,
audio files, and text in various languages.