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De Marco family shack for cranberry pickers at Forsythes Bog, Turkeytown, near Pemberton Featured Lewis Wickes Hine Print

De Marco family shack for cranberry pickers at Forsythes Bog, Turkeytown, near Pemberton

XOS1448771 De Marco family shack for cranberry pickers at Forsythe's Bog, Turkeytown, near Pemberton, New Jersey, 1910 (b/w photo) by Hine, Lewis Wickes (1874-1940); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lewis Hine was an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee who documented from 1908-1912 the working conditions and exploitation of children in all types of industries.
Family of 10 cranberry pickers live in one room 10x11 feet and 5 1/2 feet high with a gable attic above and a smelly latrine nearby. ); American, out of copyright

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2 year old Cyral hulling strawberries from his cart at Johnsons Hulling Station Featured Lewis Wickes Hine Print

2 year old Cyral hulling strawberries from his cart at Johnsons Hulling Station

XOS1448765 2 year old Cyral hulling strawberries from his cart at Johnson's Hulling Station, Seaford, Delaware, sometimes falling asleep for a few minutes, 1910 (b/w photo) by Hine, Lewis Wickes (1874-1940); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lewis Hine was an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee who documented from 1908-1912 the working conditions and exploitation of children in all types of industries.
Researcher comment 'This is an extreme case - by no means typical and while it was found in this investigation that children 3, 4, 5 yrs. were accustomed to start out before sun-up to pick berries, we have not found many cases such as this'.); American, out of copyright

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Pete Trombetta, aged 10, picking berries for a 6th season with his sister Mary, 11 Featured Lewis Wickes Hine Print

Pete Trombetta, aged 10, picking berries for a 6th season with his sister Mary, 11

XOS1273801 Pete Trombetta, aged 10, picking berries for a 6th season with his sister Mary, 11, who picks 100 quarts a day, and brother Salvatore Trombetta, aged 14, who picks 200 quarts at Johnson's Farm, Seaford, Delaware, 1910 (b/w photo) by Hine, Lewis Wickes (1874-1940); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lewis Hine was an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee who documented from 1908-1912 the working conditions and exploitation of children in all types of industries.
Research comment 'These children start picking at about 5:30 A.M. and continue until 6 P.M. in the evening. The padrone estimated that the family of 6 can make from to 2 per day picking 12 to 13 hours.' ); American, out of copyright

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