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[High school route boys. Adolescents. Some in back row have been newsboys for seven, eight and nine years.] Location: New Haven, Connecticut.

[Eight amulets in different languages]

[Eight survey tracts along the Kanawha River, W.Va. showing land granted to George Washington and others.

A vaudevil, sung by the characters at the conclusion of a new farce called the Boston blockade. [Five eight line verse] [Boston: Printed by John House, 1776].

No Provincial Convention. Let us act for ourselves, and choose our old five delegates. The friends of the above measure are desired to meet at the usual places of election, at eight o'Clock in order to vote against the eleven deputies. [Pennsylv

No Provincial Convention. Let us act for ourselves, and choose our old five delegates. The friends of the above measure are desired to meet at the usual places of election, at eight o'Clock in order to vote against the eleven deputies. [Pennsylv

In the House of representatives May 7, 1776 Resolved that a regiment to consist of seven hundred and twenty eight men, officers included (other than that now raising under the command of Col. Whitney) be immediately raised within this Colony, fo

The House of representatives, apprehending it of importance, that the Governour's objections to a bill, reducing the salary of the governour from eleven hundred to eight hundred pounds ... Done in Court-Street Boston, by Edward Eveleth Powars, 1

Order of procession, in honor of the establishment of the constitution of the United States. To parade precisely at eight o'clock in the morning, of Friday, the 4th of July, 1788, proceeding along Third-street; down Fourth-street to Market-stree

[Cuts] Newburyport, July 23, 1794. On Saturday last, the following melancholly accident took place in the River Merrimack, viz. A Mr. Chase of Newton, with eight others, were crossing the river in a small boat, they were unfortunately overtaken

[Eight men around table, drinking and smoking; one is reading]

Tavern rates, as fixed by the Court of general quarter sessions of the peace, at in and for the County of the term of one thousand, eight hundred and. [n. p. 180-].

Tax for the year 1802. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Peleg Coffin, Esquire. To the selectmen or assessors of the of ... Given under my hand and seal, at Boston, the day of March, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and two. [Bos

In Senate of the United States, April 26th, 1802. The Committee to whom was referred the bill, entitled "An act making an appropriation for the support of the navy of the United States for the year one thousand eight hundred and two," having con

Eighth Congress of the United States: at the first session, begun and held at the City of Washington, in the territory of Columbia, on Monday, the seventeenth of October, one thousand eight hundred and three. Resolved ... that in lieu of the thi

By his excellency Jonathan Trumbull, Esquire, Governor and commander in chief over the state of Connecticut. A proclamation. Pursuant to a resolution of the General Assembly passed in May, Anno Domini, one thousand eight hundred four [that contr

General Assembly. begun and held at the Capitol in the City of Richmond, on Monday the seventh day of December, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and seven, and of the Commonwealth the thirty-second. An act, concerning the sale

An act to prohibit the importation of slaves into any port or place within the jurisdiction of the United States, from and after the first day of January, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eight ... March 2, 1810. Approved.

An ordinance to raise a revenue for the City of Richmond, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, and for the enforcing the payment of the same. (passed May, 17, 1813) ... [Richmond, Va.] Warrock, Pr [1813].

Articles of agreement, made and entered into this day of anno domini one thousand, eight hundred and between an officer in the United States army, on the one part, and of the county of and state of of the other part. ... [1814-15].

This is to certify, that of entitled to shares in the capital stock of the Washington turnpike company ... Given under my hand, and seal of the company, this day of one thousand eight hundred and President. Treasurer. [Washington, D. C. 1819].

A bill "To amend the act, entitled, 'An act, to reduce into one act, the several acts and parts of acts for establishing a penitentiary house, and for the punishment of crimes, passed March the sixth, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen." (P

A solemn Tragedy. Tune of the Batten Kill mourners. Lines composed on the death of Hiram Cornell, of White Creek, who was drowned while bathing in Bennington River on the twenty-ninth of June, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two ....

State of Maine. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight. An additional act for regulating marriage and for the orderly solumnization thereof ... Approved. Feb. 16, 1828.

By his Excellency, Thomas W. Veanzey, Governor of Maryland. A proclamation ... do appoint and proclaim Monday, the 21st of November, instant, as the time of the next meeting of the General Assembly ... Given under my hand and seal ... this eight

Telegraphig, Exclusively for the National Whig. National Whig-----Extra. General Scott in Mexico. Battle eight miles from City. Enemy soon gave say. Stiuplations for surrender. Loss three hundred. Scott's entrance into the City without oppositio

[Eight grade profiles of streets in Georgetown, Washington D.C.].

The Central America engulphed in the ocean, about eight the ship began to settle rapidly, when she momentarily righted and went down stern foremost

Composite of eight illustrations showing skyline view of St. Louis, Missouri, portraits of William H. Clement and P.W. Strader, train crossing the prairies, southern Illinois, tunnel on the Whitewater, and bridge over the Wabash at Vincennes, Indiana

Attention, voters! We, the subscribers, hereby give notice that we shall be in session, in our office, on Thursday, the twenty-seventh inst., from one to eight o'clock, P. M., to draw a warrant for a Town meeting, to revise the list of voters, a

[Broadside and bow views of eight ships and boats, and an unidentified profile bust portrait]

The sheomakers' strike in Lynn, Mass. - procession, in the midst of a snow storm, of eight hundred women operatives joining the strike..., preceded by the Lynn City Guards with music, and followed by four thousand workmen

[Ornate palanquin for noble or wealthy man, to be carried by eight persons]

An act to amend an act entitled. "An act recognizing the existence of war between the United States and the Confederate states, and concerning letters of marque, prizes, and prize goods, approved May 6th, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one

[Washington, District of Columbia]. Eight soldiers in formation in front of temporary buildings

Seward. Eight years of service, such as greatest Kings ... A. D. F. R. March 4,1869

The Wisconsin soldiers' home The state of Wisconson By James T. Lewis, Governor. A proclamation ... Done at the Capitol, in the City of Madison, this 19th day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five. James T.

The old rip of the "SHENANDOAH." Captain Waddell (as Rip Van Winkle) [saying to another man], "Law! Mr. Pilot, you don't say so! The war in America over these eight months? Dear! dear! Who'd ever a' thought it!"

The state of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six. Resolved ... to use all reasonable efforts to procure the assumption, by the general government, of the state and town debts created in aiding to suppr

The state of New Hampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six. Resolved ... requested to exert all honorable effort to secure the passage by Congress, at its present session, of the bill, now pending therein, desig

The state of New-Hampshire. In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six. Resolved by the Senate and House of representatives, in General Court convened, That our Senators in Congress be instructed ... to urge as a wise and j

Abolishing Slavery. Joint resolution of the thirty eight Congress of the United States of America, proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, abolishing slavery.

The eight years of the war of the American revolution. Chronological table of the American revolution, showing the time and place of each event: with a list of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, arranged in the limits of the thirtee

[Eight Confederate bills ranging in value from five to one hundred dollars]

[Group portrait of eight Circassian men in uniform, with another man, possibly an Ottoman official]

Plans of modern eight room cottage with tower

[Composite of eight buildings in Washington, D.C.--St. James Hotel, the Ebbitt House, Riggs House, Metropolitan Hotel, National Hotel, The Arlington, Willard's Hotel, and the Baltimore & Potomac R.R. Depot]

Anthem eight; I will prasie thee, O Lord

By the President of the United States of America. A proclamation. Whereas, by the eighth section of an act entitled: "An act to encourage the holding of a World's Industrial and cotton centennial exposition in the year eighteen hundred and eight

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation. for a day of public thanksgiving. By His Excellency Charles H. Sawyer, Governor ... Given at the Council Chamber in Concord, this eleventh day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundre

Eight Cotton Bale remedies. Crowned with merit and success

State of New Hampshire. A proclamation By His Excellency Charles H. Sawyer, Governor, for a day of fasting and prayer ... Given at the Council Chamber in Concord, this sixth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ei

[Eight bells]

[Marian Hubbard "Daisy" Bell, three-quarter length portrait, at eight years of age, standing, facing left, with dog]

East Custer County, eight miles southwest of Broken Bow

Chart showing the locality where seals were taken adjacent to the Commander Islands in 1892 by eight Canadian sealing vessels.

Edward Marsh, eight miles north and one mile east of Mason City, southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

The State of New Hampshire. Proclamation by the Governor for Arbor day ... I appoint Saturday, May sixth as Arbor day ... Given at the Council Chamber in Concord, this fifteenth day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred an

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Eight Station / American Colony, Jerusalem.

[Eight African American children, in kindergarten, learning washing and ironing at Whittier Primary School, Hampton, Virginia]

The State of New Hampshire. Proclamation by the Governor. I hereby appoint Monday, May first, as Arbor day ... Given at the Council Chamber in Concord, this eleventh day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nin

[U.S.S. New York, breech of eight inch gun]

[Eight girls and teacher in a cooking class in a Washington, D.C., high school]

LeMartin who carried eight persons

[Herbert Wright, age eight, son of Reuchlin Wright, and Milton Wright, age nine, son of Lorin Wright]

[Herbert Wright, nephew of Wilbur and Orville, son of Reuchlin Wright, age eight]

[Herbert Wright, nephew of Wilbur and Orville, son of Reuchlin Wright, age eight]

Pres. McKinley and his eight chosen advisors - Cabinet Room, Executive Mansion, Washington, D.C.

Picturesque St. Vincent, just outside the destroyed section - eight miles from La Souffriere's Crater, [Windward Islands, British West Indies]

Eight Hand Reel, first figure - the line up / D. A. Sigerist, fotografers, 2140 Third Avenue, bet. 116th & 117th Streets, N.Y.C.

Types of adolescents. Boys working in Eureka Cotton Mills, Chester, S.C. Rob Dover--(Tallest boy). Been in mill eight or nine years. Melvin Reilly (next). In mill one year. Boyd McKowan (shortest boy). About 15 years old. Been in mill 5 years. Sunday, Nov. 29, 08. Witness Sara R. Hine. Location: Chester, South Carolina / Photo by Lewis W. Hine.

High school route boys. Adolescents. Some in back row have been newsboys for seven, eight and nine years. Location: New Haven, Connecticut.

[Eight bears near the Lake Hotel, Yellowstone National Park, reached by the Northern Pacific Railway via Gardiner Gateway]

[Eight people in front of watering place, Torreón, Mexico]

Three youngsters in Avondale Mills. Boy in middle, John Douglas said, "I've been to school my eight weeks. Work now. Been workin' a year." (None of them, even the tiniest, would admit being under twelve.) Location: Birmingham, Alabama.

Centennial celebration of the birth of Albert Pike. House of the Temple, Washington, D. C. Thursday evening, January 6, 1910, eight o'clock. [Washington, 1910].

Eight year old Syrian girl, Pheobe [i.e. Phoebe] Thomas, going to work at 6 a.m., August 14, with great butcher knife, to cut sardines in Seacoast Canning Co. Factory #4, Eastport Me. Said she was a cutter, and I saw her working later. (See photos of her accident, #2444, #2445, #2449.) Location: Eastport, Maine.

Family of A.P. Stata (he is at church). Father, son and two oldest girls in photo work in Washington Cotton Mills, Fries, Va. The little spinner on left of photo has been working three years. Runs six sides. Can run eight, "if they'd let me." Location: Fries, Virginia.

[Joe Mello, 62 Grinnel [i.e., Grinell?] St., New Bedford. Appeared about eight or nine: could not speak English except to tell us that he was a sweeper in the spinning room (two other boys confirmed this); watched him go in at noon and come out at 6 P.M. on Aug. 21, 1911. At the houses his mother gave his name as Jose Mello, ten years old. There was no certificate for this boy at the superintendent's office. Birth records ambiguous.] Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Emma Kelly, eight years old, picks shrimp in the Peerless Oyster Co. Many like her worked from 3:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. Location: Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

They all shuck oysters at Pass Christian. Boy on left end is George Wikowski, nine years old; next is John Collins; next is Steve Strupeck, who worked last year; on right hand end is Frank Obin, eight years old whom I found asleep on the floor of the shucking shed at 4 o'clock in the morning. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi.

The "Kinleygarten" (the mill Policeman called it) at Lynchburg (Va.) Cotton Mills. The children of the mill settlement, from six to eight years attend. Several older boys (see exterior photo, 2169) were hanging around and joining in when they could. Also a mother and babe. I asked Miss Carrington, in charge, where the children from eight to fourteen go, and she said that few of them at those ages care for education. They are just waiting to become old enough to get into the mill. The only available school for them is a long way off. Lynchburg, Virginia.

Joe Mello, 62 Grinnel [i.e., Grinell?] St., New Bedford. Appeared about eight or nine: could not speak English except to tell us that he was a sweeper in the spinning room (two other boys confirmed this); watched him go in at noon and come out at 6 P.M. on Aug. 21, 1911. At the houses his mother gave his name as Jose Mello, ten years old. There was no certificate for this boy at the superintendent's office. Birth records ambiguous. Location: New Bedford, Massachusetts.

Millie (about seven yrs. old) and Mary John (with the baby) eight years old. Both shuck oysters at the Alabama Canning Co. This is Mary's second year. She said, "I shucks six pots if I don't got the baby; two pots if I got him." (Many of the little ones, too young to work all the time, tend the baby when not working.) Location: Bayou La Batre, Alabama.

Frank Obin, eight years old. Shucks oysters at Pass Christian. I found him asleep on the floor of the shed at 4 o'clock one morning. Location: Pass Christian, Mississippi.

The Duncan Family, West Point, Miss. All in the cotton mill except mother and babe. The boy, Bill, said, "I'm fifteen now. Been workin' in this mill eight years. Wasn't no law fer little ones when I went in." Location: West Point, Mississippi.

Mill family and relations. Magnolia Miss. Boy in front is Wilbert Bennett. Said he was thirteen, but it is highly improbable. Said he has been doffing in the mill off and on for five years. Began at eight. Had about two years schooling. "Up at Mc Comb they told me I was too little to work." Location: Magnolia, Mississippi.

The Home Loving Women Do Not Want the Ballot. Vote No To Amendment Eight. Fourth Place on Ballot.

The "Kinleygarten" (the mill policeme[n] called it) at Lynchburg (Va.) Cotton Mill[s.] The children of the mill settlement, from six to eight years attend. Several olde[r] boys were hanging around and joining in when they could. Also a mother and babe. I asked Miss Carrington, in charge, where the children from eight to fourteen go, and she said that few of them at those ages care for education. They are just waiting to become old enough to get into the mill. The only available school for them is a long way off. Location: Lynchburg, Virginia.

John Velcich, ten years old, picks shrimp at Peerless Oyster Co. This is his third year at the work. Earns 55 cents a day. His hands were all sore and swelled up from the acid in the shrimp. Brother Tony, eight years old, picks some too, but is sick now. Location: Bay St. Louis, Mississippi.

Robert Magee (smallest), 270 Suffolk St., apparently 12 years, been working in Mule Room #1 Merrimac Mill, Lowell, one year. Michael Keefe (next in size) 32 Marion St., been at work in #1 Mule Room, Merrimac Mill, Lowell, for eight months; apparently 13 years old. Cornelius Hurley, 298 Adams St., been at work in #1 Mule Room, Merrimac Mill, Lowell, for six months; about 13 or 14 probably. Location: Salem, Massachusetts.

Night scene. 7:30 P.M. January 29, 1912. Making violets, and they often work later. Pollinni family, 5 Carmine St., N.Y. living in a reary [i.e., rear.] tenement. The six year old helps some. The eight, ten, and twelve year olds work later than this at times. Brothers, 15 and 17 years old, work in factory. Location: New York, New York (State)

(See 2823) 8:00 P.M. and not yet finished. The little one on the left is not yet four years, yet she works, irregularly, on flowers all day and sometimes until eight at night. In spite of a sore throat she was working steadily all the time I was there, occasionally dropping a sigh that was very pathetic. Father said, "She like to work." Oldest sister, (who makes six dozen of these little wreaths a day), said the little one makes one dozen wreaths a day. See Exhibit 2875--the wreath upon which she is working in the photo. Family of Peter Mortaria, 8 Downing St. Apt. 2, N.Y. Location: New York, New York (State)

[Down Sansom Street from Eight Street]

(For Child Welfare Exhibit 1912-13.) Cigar factory of F. Delloiacono [?], 205 Atwells Av., Providence, R.I. Eight year old boy and ten year old girl are stripping. This room is the living, -sleeping-and-working room and adjoins the store. Nov 23, 1912. Very dirty and ill-kept. Location: Providence, Rhode Island.

[Seven year old Ann Suter, and eight year old Andrey Shrier in costume. See photo and label 2937 and report by L.W. Hine. Location: [Washington (D.C.), District of Columbia]

Some of the children who go to school half a day, and shuck four hours before school and several hours after school and eight or nine hours on Saturday. Maggioni Canning Co. Location: Port Royal, South Carolina.

View of spinning frames which were tended by some very young workers apparently eight to ten. The superintendent refused permission to photograph the workers. Kosciusko Cotton Mill. Location: Kosciusko, Mississippi.

"Pinkie" Durham one of the smallest sweepers in the Merrimack Mill. Been sweeping for several months. The School Record shows he is eight years old now, but because his mother insists he is twelve, he is permitted to work. Very small and very immature. See Hine report. The mother said that the Family Record "ain't here." Location: Huntsville, Alabama.

Leila Prater, Virginia K. Johnson Home, Dallas, Tex. According to the records of the house physician, one third of the girl in this institution come from the farms, and began work at cotton picking, at seven and eight years of age. Leila had been working in a Georgia cotton mill "ever since I could remember." See her story in Texas file, L.W. Hine. Location: Dallas, Texas.

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