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“Mother” Jones

(1830—1930)


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(1830–1930)

An activist and advocate of human rights known as “Mother Jones”, she played a major role in helping to reduce and eventually eliminate child labor and inhumane and unhealthy working conditions in factories, mines, and sweatshops in the United States.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology — United States History.


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