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Breaker boys : how a photograph helped end child labor (Captured history)

by Burgan, Michael.

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Series: Captured history

  • Birmingham 1963: how a photograph rallied civil rights support
  • Man on the moon: how a photograph made anything seem possible
  • Migrant mother: how a photograph defined the Great Depression
  • Raising the flag: how a photograph gave a nation hope in wartime
  • Breaker boys: how a photograph helped end child labor
  • Little Rock girl 1957: how a photograph changed the fight for integration
  • Assassination and its aftermath: how a photograph reassured a shocked nation
  • The blue marble: how a photograph showcases a fragile planet
  • Civil War witness: Mathew Brady's photos reveal the horrors of war
  • Hitler in Paris: how a photograph shocked a world at war
  • Summiting Everest: how a photograph celebrates teamwork at the top of the world
  • Tank man: how a photograph defined China's protest movement
  • Death at Kent State: how a photograph brought the Vietnam War home to America
  • Ground zero: how a photograph sent a message of hope
  • Lunch counter sit-ins: how photographs helped foster peaceful civil rights protests
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