“The Horrifying Effects of Child Labor during the Industrial Revolution Era”

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American History

 

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October 21, 2014

 

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“One of the most common punishments for being late was to tie a heavy weight to a child’s neck, and have them walk up and down the factory aisles” (Blizzard). The overseers did this to set an example for the rest of the children workers. Knees were another body part often affected by standing so long...
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Knees were another body part often affected by standing so long. “…the knees become so weak that they turn inward producing a deformity called ‘knock knees’” (Smith). So many children had such an extreme case of this deformity that they lost up to twelve inches off their height. Young girls often had pelvis problems from standing so long...
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