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Lewis Hine, Photographer of the Child Labor
Wikipedia information about Lewis Hine, a man whose photographs were key to the change of child labor laws in the United States.

Child labor Photographs
Many Photograghs from Lewis Hine, a photographer whose photos helped reform child labor laws in the United States.

Child Labor Photographs by Lewis Hine
the photographs of inhuman conditions of child labor in the early 20th century.

Modern History Sourcebook: Leeds Woollen Workers Petition, 1786
This petition by workers in Leeds (a major center of wool manufacture in Yorkshire) appeared in a local newspapers in 1786. They are complaining about the effects of machines on the previously well-paid skilled workers.

Richard Guest: The Steam Loom, 1823
Information about Richard Guest,The Steam Loom,

Blackburn, Cotton and the Industrial Revolution

Morse Code and Phonetic Alphabets
A listing of the Morse code, including punctuation and non-English letters.

Westinghouse Works, 1904
The various Westinghouse Companies were the product of the mechanical inventiveness and the business acumen of one man--inventor and manufacturer George Westinghouse.

American Industrialization

The Babbage Pages: Homepage
The Babbage Pages give an introduction to Charles Babbage`s life and work, and current research on Babbage.

A Chinese Canadian Story: The Yip Sang Family
A Chinese Canadian Story: The Yip Sang Family.

Immigrant and Ethnic America at
Within our first feature on immigrant Americans you will find material from Harper's Weekly organized using the seven categories..

FSW's Links to 19th and 20th Century Architecture and Design - The Aesthetic Mov
19th and 20th Century Architectural History links to sites which illustrate the work of architects from the 1870s to the 1930s, a period when regional styles, decorative detail and hand craftsmanship flourished.

Inside an American Factory: Films of the Westinghouse Works, 1904

Lesson: Industrial Revolution Women in World History Curriculum
Primary source materials from early nineteenth century England and Wales explore changing working conditions for women and children.

Harriet Robinson: Lowell Mill Girls
In her autobiography, Harriet Hanson Robinson, the wife of a newspaper editor, provided an account of her earlier life as female factory worker (from the age of ten in 1834 to 1848) in the textile Mills of Lowell, Massachusetts