Child labor in fruit and hop growing districts of the northern Pacific coast
|Title:||Child labor in fruit and hop growing districts of the northern Pacific coast.|
Channing, Alice, 1888-
Matthews, Ellen Nathalie, 1884-
Skinner, Mary Elizabeth, 1888-
United States Children's Bureau.
|Type of Resource:||text|
Government Publications, Federal.
Index not Present.
|Publisher:||Govt. Print. Off.|
|Place of Publication:||Washington|
|Extent:||1 online resource (1 volume)|
At head of title: U.S. Department of labor. James J. Davis, secretary. Children's bureau. Grace Abbott, chief.
"The seventh of a series of studies of rural child labor made by the Children's bureau and the fourth of these dealing specifically with the employment of children on truck and small-fruit farms."
"The investigation upon which the report was based was planned and carried out under the general supervision of Ellen Nathalie Matthews ... The field work was directed by Mary E. Skinner and the report written by Alice Channing."--Letter of transmittal.
"Appendix - Work of mothers in fruit and hop growing districts": pages 50-52.
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Text in English.
n-us-or -- n-us-wa
Child labor -- Oregon
Child labor -- Washington (State)
Agricultural laborers -- Oregon
Agricultural laborers -- Washington (State)
Women -- Employment
Women -- Employment
Pacific Coast (U.S.)
|Library Classification:||HV741 .A32 no. 151|
|Library Classification:||W1 UN6181 no.151 1926|
|Library Classification:||331 Un32 no.151|
|Restrictions on Access:||http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/|
Print version: Child labor in fruit and hop growing districts of the northern Pacific coast.
Channing, Alice, 1888- Identifier: (DLC)l 26000020
|Is Part of Series:||Bureau publication (United States. Children's Bureau) ; no. 151.|