The Dark Side of Child Labor During the Puritan Era

by Qrius
Published: June 22, 2022 (3 days ago)
Delphi Building, 801, El Tara, near, Mumbai

While child labor is now banned in the United States, it was once a common practice. In fact, children as young as four or five years old were often put to work in factories, mills, and other businesses. The Industrial Revolution played a role in this increase in child labor, as more and more families began to move from rural areas into cities in search of work.