Gang system of child labour c Teams of children were formed by a contractor or ganger and hired out to farmers as agricultural labour for tasks such as sowing and hoeing They would be made to worked for or hours a day and often had to walk or miles to and from work The practice was particularly widespread in East Anglia In this wood engraving a girl tries to revive a boy who has collapsed probably from exhaustion while the rest of the gang continue hoeing around them
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