Factories During The 19th Century
By: Shalonda Green, Chaila Gibson, RayQuan Williams
Children (9-13) and teens (13-19) had to work nine hours a day. Families had to work 12 hours a day. The working conditions were terrible and crazy. The workers didn't get paid and they worked 7-9 and sometimes all night till the morning. The factories weren't very safe they were dangerous, because once you got hurt you still had to work. The factories problems could be resolved by the kids not having to work in them. The parents could just work less hours, and get paid.
Harsh Working Conditions
This little girl is tired and worn out of from all of the factory working.
Males Working On Cigars
The men are working hard in the factory.
Two Little Kids.
Two little boys are working together.