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  1. 1. Worked Cited<br />Brody, David. “Child Labor.” World book student. World Book, 2009. Web. 17 Nov. 2009<br />“Child Labor” Encyclopedia. Issues and Controversies. Facts on file news services,n.d. web. 18 <br />Nov. 2009 <br />“Child Labor in U.S. History” Child labor Public Education 2009 Iowa U. web. 20 nov. 2009<br />“What is Child Labor?” Child labor Public Education.2009 Iowa U. web. 20 nov. 2009.<br />Gay, Kathlyn. Child labor: A Global Crisis, Brookfield: Millbrook, 1998. Print.<br />Kyle Anderson<br />Monesmith<br />English 11B<br />11 December 2009<br />Small people, Big Problem<br /><ul><li>Intro
  2. 2. Children have been used for work sence ancient times.
  3. 3. Child labor is our past, present, and our future
  4. 4. Body
  5. 5. History
  6. 6. 40% of factory workers in new england where between 7 and 16 in 1832
  7. 7. Nearly 20% of U.S. children employed full time in 1890
  8. 8. Number of child labors in America peaked in early 20th centery
  9. 9. Children between 7 and 12 made up 1/3 of the workforce in U.S. factories in early 19th centery
  10. 10. Nearly 1/5 of American children between 10 and 16 were employed by the end of the 19th centery
  11. 11. History/laws
  12. 12. 1853 several states adopted child labor laws
  13. 13. Pennslyvania became first state to regulate age levels
  14. 14. First effective step towards governing education of children
  15. 15. 1916 congress passed a law setting minninum ages
  16. 16. Laws
  17. 17. British parlement passed first child labor law in 1802. Gremany was 2nd in 1839
  18. 18. There are few areas where workers are exempt from child labor laws.
  19. 19. Timeline
  20. 20. 1832
  21. 21. 1836
  22. 22. 1842
  23. 23. 1876
  24. 24. 1881
  25. 25. 1883
  26. 26. 1892
  27. 27. 1916
  28. 28. 1924
  29. 29. 1936
  30. 30. 1937
  31. 31. 1938
  32. 32. Facts
  33. 33. Top three areas where child labor occurs most
  34. 34. Children in mines, shipyards, match factories, and other industries
  35. 35. ½ of all child labor occures in Asia 1/3 in africa, and 1/5 in latin america according to 1997 unicef report
  36. 36. 250 million children 5 and up worked in various jobs as 1990’s ended
  37. 37. Victoms of child labors
  38. 38. Iqbal masih
  39. 39. Dhiraj
  40. 40. Ranjeet
  41. 41. Child labor Orginizations
  42. 42. UNICEF
  43. 43. NCLC
  44. 44. ILO
  45. 45. Free the children
  46. 46. BLLF
  47. 47. Where children work
  48. 48. Hotels, restraunts, retail
  49. 49. Domestic service
  50. 50. Types of mining and quarrywork
  51. 51. Manufacturing
  52. 52. Agriculture
  53. 53. Conclusion
  54. 54. Child labor is our past, present, and our future
  55. 55. Children don’t deserve to be forced into child labor.

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