Labor Day


There was a time in American history when people worked 12-hours 7 days a week. Conditions were often unsafe and unsanitary. Despite laws, children as young as 5 years old were forced to work in mills.

The changes brought on by labor unions and parties eventually led to better working conditions and a national holiday – Labor Day.

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