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Picture This Picture That #26: The Long Haul (Child Labor Fall 2014)

Five Year Old's Are Useful

Five Year Old’s Are Useful

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5 comments on “Picture This Picture That #26: The Long Haul (Child Labor Fall 2014)

  1. ljaylj
    April 16, 2015

    “Child Labor” was a way of life when I was a kid. Age determined how much and how long me and my siblings worked around the house and the property. Of course, my attitude when I was a teenager determined how many cords of wood I had to chop. 😉

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  2. miusho
    April 16, 2015

    Ah, the age where they still want to help out..

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