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Social Studies


Cassidy Klemme

on 16 April 2010

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Transcript of Social Studies

!!Working Conditions in the 1800s!! Labor Unions Strikes Wages Hours Really low pay 8 Hour Work days Unfair Company Town Practices Pinkertons Common Age was 6 Felling Colliery Disaster Mining Disaster May 25, 1812 92 Men and Boys Died 48 were 18 and under Dangerous Jobs Coal Mining Chimney Sweepers Brick Workers Mill Workers
Passes Laws
*Children under 12 couldnt
work in mines. The Mines Act! Child Labor Fishing Logging
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