Tag Archives: child labor

"Morrison Is Employing Boy 12 Years of Age"

Chattanooga Daily Times, December 12, 1915– Mark Morrison, manager of Morrison’s, well known local drug firm, was arraigned yesterday before Esquire Kerby, charged with violating the child labor law, on a warrant sworn out by Mrs. O. D. Glenn, special investigator for the state. Mr. Morrison waived preliminary examination, and was bound over to the […]

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The shooting at Chiquola Mill became known as Bloody Thursday

Chiquola Mill shooting hits 75-year mark Belton and Honea Path News-Chronicle September 6, 2009 By Frank Beacham Seventy-five years ago—on September 6, 1934—seven workers were shot and killed and 30 others wounded at the Chiquola Mill in Honea Path, SC. It was an act that has shaped the town’s history and attitudes in ways that […]

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