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This site talks about the education for children in the 19th and 20th century. It also talks about the laws that were passed to end child labor for good.

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This site talks about children working in coal mines in coal breaker rooms, during the 1900s.
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This site talks about all the types of jobs children had. It includes good information, pictures, and primary sources.

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This site lists excellent primary sources from articals to illustrations, and from poems to books.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_labour

This website has a lot of information about child labor that still exists today. There are even stories about recent child labor.