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    child labor was common Lewis Hine dedicated himself to photographing children at work around the country As a photographer for the National Child Labor Committee he believed that his images would draw attention to the plight of children and lead Americans to press for an end to child labor The National Child Labor Committee was composed of politicians and citizens who were concerned The Keating Owen Child Labor Act of 1916 Date s September 1 1916 Location Dist Columbia District of Columbia Tag s Progressive Reformers Lewis Hine Keating Owen Act Child Labor Congress drafted the Keating Owen Child Labor Act of 1916 as a means to regulate youth labor This Act was named for its sponsors Democratic Representatives Edward Keating and Robert Latham Owen The Act prohibited the shipment or delivery for shipment for interstate or foreign sale of any goods or services that were produced by laborers under the age of 14 in a factory shop or cannery and under Tenement Homework and the Exploitation of Child Labor Date s 1910 Location New York New York Tag s Child Labor Urban Life Boosterism The image of a mother father and their three young children huddled around a small

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    religions and does not force Christianity upon the Indians who get help from his missionaries Edwards s success in setting up these missionaries has allowed him to be recognised by other chairmen of churches This recognition leads to financial benefits for his missions and a higher status in the south Much of the recognition has got him set up with missionaries in Philadelphia as well as Florida and other parts of the south Edward P Hooker develops plans that will better help the Seminole Indians socially and economically By helping the Seminoles set up churches he is also providing a space for school education and work for Native American children In the late 19th century he wrote to many other churches requesting they share ideas and plans for the Seminole Indians in Florida Edward P Hooker is the chairman of a church based in Winter Park Florida which gave him the advantage over other because of his close proximity to the Seminole Indians who lived in southern Florida Edward is a very motivated white man and he is recognised because of his determination to help the Seminoles in their trouble after the Seminole wars The Seminoles in Florida needed the

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    Basic Search Search Location Brevard Florida Seminole Indian churches Date s 1910 Location Tag s Church Edward P Hooker is the chairman of the State Congregational Association in Florida He organises the churches help towards the Seminoles He helps provide for the Seminole Indians educationally and religiously Edward P Hooker is a Christian but unlike many white southerners he is open to many other religions and does not force Christianity

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    himself astonished Aaron s astonishment had nothing to do with the journey itself it was far removed from the runaway slave advertisements he had grown accustomed to seeing on the sidewalks of Ohio claiming his name from the days in which he had to hide whenever there were newcomers in town from the Seminole Indian churches Date s 1910 Location Brevard Florida Tag s Church Edward P Hooker is the

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    the way for all female writers in America specifically those of African descent through the strength of her own story Throughout history Zora can often be found on the frontier of African American accomplishments In 1927 she was the first African American to be admitted to Barnard College After graduation Zora immediately set out to explore Negro folklore Through her strong determination and interest and after only a few months Zora had amassed the largest collection of Negro folk tales in her field She used her extensive research into African American life and history to construct plays which recalled traditional Negro folk lore One such play is her famous From Sun to Sun an adaptation of The Great day a theatrical revue a theatrical performance involving short satirical and topical songs sketches and monologues written in 1932 Zora frequently worked with Rollins College in Winter Park Florida to construct and perform her creations The concert program of Negro music for The Great Day was built through Zora s collaborative effort with the creative literature department of Rollins College The John Golden Theatre on Broadway housed the first performance of The Great Day on January 10 1932 Zora had made it to Broadway On February 11 1933 she staged an adaptation of The Great Day called From Sun to Sun a program of original Negro folk lore at Rollins College with Native Negro Singers and Actors The event program included a brief biography about Zora Hurston an outline of the play and specific descriptions and explanations of each song included in the revue At 8 15 pm Negroes and white friends of the Negroes gathered at Rollins Recreation Hall to experience the richness of the material at their own doorstep The play was a success as many college and local newspaper

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    Women Born in Alabama and raised in Eatonville Florida Zora Neale Hurston became one of the greatest known black female authors of all time Zora once said I was born in a Negro town I do not mean by that the black backside of an average town Eatonville Florida is and was at the time of my birth a pure Negro town charter mayor council town marshal and all It was not the first Advertising Cookbook Sunkist Date s 1910 Location Santa Barbara California Tag s Cookbooks Advertising During the turn of the 20 th century a curious artifact began to emerge on the publication scene a document known as an advertising cookbook These were published by any number of manufactures and were meant to highlight the specific uses of their product in everyday cooking Recipes for Dainty Dishes Culinary Toilet and Medicinal Hints published in 1910 by the California Life in a 19th Century Insane Asylum Date s 1910 to March 5 1920 Location Tuscaloosa Alabama Tag s mental health madness bryce hospital Andrew Moore Sheffield was a woman born with a man s name Her father James Sheffield was a former slaveholder and one of the Alabamian men who signed the state s ordinance of secession before the time of America s civil war James Sheffield along with his son who was a probate judge at the time had long believed Andrew was insane and one day in 1890 when the opportunity presented A Move to America for Religious Freedom Date s 1910 to 1935 Location Jefferson Alabama Tag s Lebanese Immigration During the early 20 th century Lebanon was facing extreme religious persecution At that time half of the Lebanese community in Lebanon were Christians The Turks persecuted these Christian horrifically even gathering several into churches and

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    1935 Location Tag s Zora Neale Hurston Eatonville African American Authors African American Folklore Female Authors African American Women Born in Alabama and raised in Eatonville Florida Zora Neale Hurston became one of the greatest known black female authors of all time Zora once said I was born in a Negro town I do not mean by that the black backside of an average town Eatonville Florida is and was

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    achievable by integrating their culture with white culture The other school of thought Zora Neale Hurston Impact on Music Folklore Date s 1939 Location Seminole Florida Tag s Zora Neale Hurston African American Folklore music Music belongs to all humans Race size or color does not matter When it comes to music all cultures come together one voice is heard Folklore music is a prime example of this and Zora Neale Hurston played an extremely important role in it Not many African Americans had the opportunity to publish any type of works or even to express their opinions on music but Hurston was able to and represented Work In An All Black Community Date s January 1 1946 to January 5 1946 Location Orange Florida Tag s Zora Neale Hurston Eatonville life Zora Neale Hurston was an African American woman born in the first all African American town in America She wrote countless accounts of different things she saw and experienced and this is very important because what she experienced was completely different than what most other African Americans experienced In the short story Turpentine she accounts when she walks down to see where the Zora Neale Hurston performs From Sun to Sun at Rollins College Date s February 11 1933 Location Orange Florida Tag s Rollins College Zora Neale Hurston florida slave history On Friday February 11 1933 Zora Neale Hurston s program From Sun to Sun was shown at the Recreation Hall of Rollins College at 8 15 in the evening At the performance Hurston led her company of Negroes in songs of African folklore originating from various places around the state Such songs included Shack Rouser East Coast Blues and Alabama Bound The scenery for From From Eatonville to Broadway Date s 1910 to 1935 Location Orange

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