Chapter 12 pages 232-240. CHILD LABOUR: Children had always worked with their families (fishing, farming, etc.). Factory work was different because:. No caring family members to help Hours were long with no breaks Children were punished for mistakes Equipment and tools were dangerous.
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Children had always worked with their families (fishing, farming, etc.)
During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, Unions didn’t have much effect on the lives of workers, but they were the first steps in changing ideas about the rights of workers.