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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY PRIMARY SOURCES: Simkin, John. "Child Labour in Britain." Spartacus Educational. Spartacus Educational, 15 Oct. 2013.

Web. 26 Jan. 2014. <http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/IRchild.htm>. This website is a collection of primary sources such as quotes, illustrations, interviews and etc. taken from the Industrial Revolution period. It divides the sources accordingly and analyzed each one thoroughly. This was extremely helpful for our project because it provides us with the primary sources that can enhance our argument Collection of Pictures: "Art Resource." Art Resource. Art Resource, Inc, 1 Feb. 2001. Web. 26 Jan. 2014. <http://www.artres.com/>. This website is a collection of high quality illustrations and photographs throughout history. Most of the pictures are primary sources and this website properly credited the original artist or the source. This website is really useful for us because it provides us with high quality pictures from the industrial revolution period that would not only support our points but would also make our website more appealing.

SECONDARY SOURCES:
Books: 1. Tuttle, Carolyn. Hard at Work in Factories and Mines: The Economics of Child Labor during the British Industrial Revolution. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1999. Print. This is a book written by Dr. Carolyn Tuttle who specializes in the history of child labour in Britain. She specializes in the study of child labour in Britain. In this book, she explained everything about child labour, from its history until how it decline and analyzed the effect of child labour on Britains economy during the Industrial Revolution using detailed charts and graphs. This book also contains some primary sources and statistics from other sources. This book is very important to our project because we got an in depth understanding on child labour and her graphs helps us.

Humphries, Jane. "Childhood and child labour in the British industrial revolution1." The Economic History Review (2012). This is a book written by Professor Jane Humphries, who is an expert in economic history and child labour in the British Industrial Revolution. In this book, she explained stuff about child labour. This book contains many reliable materials like primary sources such as quotes directly taken from child laborers during the industrial revolution. It also contains numerical data in charts and graphs complete with detailed analysis. This source helps us understand the struggle of child labour and how it contributed to Britains prosperity. Websites: "Struggle for Democracy." The National Archives. Gov.uk, 28 Oct. 2003. Web. 20 Jan. 2014. <http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/pathways/citizenship/struggle_de mocracy/childlabour.htm>. This source is from national archives and it is very reliable. It gave an overview of Britains child labour during that time and children rights in Britain with some quotes and interviews taken straight from the industrial revolution period. This helps our project because it gave us a general but informative picture on children rights in Britain. Thatcher, Wade. "Child Labor During the English Industrial Revolution." Child Labor during the Industrial Revolution. N.p., 3 Oct. 2010. Web. 18 Jan. 2014. <http://wathatcher.iweb.bsu.edu/childlabor/>. This website outlines the basics of child labour during the industrial revolution in Britain. It describes the definition of child labour, the types of child labour, working conditions, extent for child labor and the ending of child labor. We use this source to get a general idea about child labour and industrial revolution in Britain. We learned that childrens lives were drastically affected by the industrial revolution because of the child labour. Tuttle, Carolyn. "Child Labor during the British Industrial Revolution." EHnet. Economic History Association, 14 Aug. 2001. Web. 20 Jan. 2014. <http://eh.net/encyclopedia/child-labor-during-the-british-industrialrevolution/>. This website explains the relation between the Child labour during the industrial revolution with the economy during that time. It contains some statistics on the number of child laborers and a detailed analysis of those data. This helps us understand the

relation between child labour and the economy during Britains Industrial Revolution. Feikert, Clare. "Children's Rights: United Kingdom (England and Wales)." Children's Rights: United Kingdom. The Law Library of Congress, 11 Aug. 20028. Web. 21 Jan. 2014. <http://www.loc.gov/law/help/childrights/uk.php>. This article provides a basic overview regarding childrens rights in United Kingdom (England and Wales). It also explains about current laws in United Kingdom that relates to childrens rights. This source is helpful to us because we know what the current laws for childrens rights in Britain are and we can compare the similarities and differences between now and during the Industrial Revolution Keys, David. "Revealed: Industrial Revolution Was Powered by Child Slaves." The Independent. Independent Digital News and Media, 22 Aug. 2010. Web. 22 Jan. 2014. <http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/homenews/revealed-industrial-revolution-was-powered-by-child-slaves2041227.html>. This article revealed the fact that child labour greatly contributed to the success of the industrial revolution. This source is important to us because now we know that child labour had made a huge impact on Britains economy. Not only that but this article contains some helpful quotes from other sources. "The Industrial Revolution and the Changing Face of Britain." British Museum. Ed. Catherine Eagleton and Artemis Manolopoulou. Trustees of the British Museum, 14 Aug. 2011. Web. 22 Jan. 2014. <http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/publications/online_research _catalogues/paper_money/paper_money_of_england__wales/the_industri al_revolution.aspx>. This website examines the important events during the industrial revolution and how it changed the country. It also explained how children were effected by the industrial revolution. This source is important tot our project because it made us understand more about the Industrial Revolution in detail "Victorian Child Labor and the Conditions They Worked In." Victorian Children. Victorianchildren.org, 7 May 2013. Web. 19 Jan. 2014. <http://www.victorianchildren.org/victorian-child-labor/>. This website contains many interesting and insightful facts about child laborers in England.IT has information from child labor from the Victorian era until the industrial revolution. This source is

really important because it contains lots of facts that helps us understand more about child labour. 5dogger1. "The Horrifying Effects of Child Labor During the Industrial Revolution Era."The Horrifying Effects of Child Labor During the Industrial Revolution Era. 2014StudyMode.com, 7 Nov. 2008. Web. 21 Jan. 2014. <http://www.studymode.com/essays/The-Horrifying-Effects-OfChild-Labor-178210.html>. This is an essay that discusses how the industrial revolution made some horrible impact on the lives of the children. Its really helpful for us because our topic also discussed about how childrens rights were affected in a horrible way during the industrial revolution. Gillard, Derek. "Education in England - Timeline." Education in England Timeline. Crown, 15 Jan. 2000. Web. 24 Jan. 2014. <http://www.educationengland.org.uk/history/timeline.html>. This website contains a list of Britains Educational Acts throughout the history. It contains the whole transcript of each of the different acts. This was important for our project because the list of laws help us understand the changes and development of childrens rights and educaton in Britain. Kreis, Steven. "Lecture 17: The Origins of the Industrial Revolution in England." History Guide. N.p., 1 Feb. 2002. Web. 23 Jan. 2014. <http://www.historyguide.org/intellect/lecture17a.html>. This website describes the history of industrial Revolution in Britain in detail with supporting facts and sources. It explains how the industrial revolution made a huge impact on the society and how it changed the world. This source was useful because we learned how events in the past like the Industrial Revolution can really change the way the world works Galbi, Douglas. "Child Labor and the Division of Labor in the Early English Cotton Mills." Galbi Think. N.p., 3 Apr. 2004. Web. 22 Jan. 2014. <http://www.galbithink.org/child.htm>. This website examines data and statistics about child labour in the early English cotton mills. First the author gave a general overview of child labour in Britain and then he analyzes statistics and made his own conclusion.. This website is very useful to us because it contains useful graphs and tables that can be used as resources for our project.