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    • Worked Cited
      Brody, David. “Child Labor.” World book student. World Book, 2009. Web. 17 Nov. 2009
      “Child Labor” Encyclopedia. Issues and Controversies. Facts on file news services,n.d. web. 18
      Nov. 2009
      “Child Labor in U.S. History” Child labor Public Education 2009 Iowa U. web. 20 nov. 2009
      “What is Child Labor?” Child labor Public Education.2009 Iowa U. web. 20 nov. 2009.
      Gay, Kathlyn. Child labor: A Global Crisis, Brookfield: Millbrook, 1998. Print.
      Kyle Anderson
      Monesmith
      English 11B
      11 December 2009
      Small people, Big Problem
      • Intro
      • Children have been used for work sence ancient times.
      • Child labor is our past, present, and our future
      • Body
      • History
      • 40% of factory workers in new england where between 7 and 16 in 1832
      • Nearly 20% of U.S. children employed full time in 1890
      • Number of child labors in America peaked in early 20th centery
      • Children between 7 and 12 made up 1/3 of the workforce in U.S. factories in early 19th centery
      • Nearly 1/5 of American children between 10 and 16 were employed by the end of the 19th centery
      • History/laws
      • 1853 several states adopted child labor laws
      • Pennslyvania became first state to regulate age levels
      • First effective step towards governing education of children
      • 1916 congress passed a law setting minninum ages
      • Laws
      • British parlement passed first child labor law in 1802. Gremany was 2nd in 1839
      • There are few areas where workers are exempt from child labor laws.
      • Timeline
      • 1832
      • 1836
      • 1842
      • 1876
      • 1881
      • 1883
      • 1892
      • 1916
      • 1924
      • 1936
      • 1937
      • 1938
      • Facts
      • Top three areas where child labor occurs most
      • Children in mines, shipyards, match factories, and other industries
      • ½ of all child labor occures in Asia 1/3 in africa, and 1/5 in latin america according to 1997 unicef report
      • 250 million children 5 and up worked in various jobs as 1990’s ended
      • Victoms of child labors
      • Iqbal masih
      • Dhiraj
      • Ranjeet
      • Child labor Orginizations
      • UNICEF
      • NCLC
      • ILO
      • Free the children
      • BLLF
      • Where children work
      • Hotels, restraunts, retail
      • Domestic service
      • Types of mining and quarrywork
      • Manufacturing
      • Agriculture
      • Conclusion
      • Child labor is our past, present, and our future
      • Children don’t deserve to be forced into child labor.