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1763"In early manhood he was a coachman for Bayou de Libertas, 1763", 1763. Credit: Harmon Foundation. Artworks by Negro Artists, 1922 - 1967. Jacob Lawrence, Artist. Collection: National Archives
1863General Logan crossing the Bayou Pierre. Soldiers crossing the Bayou Pierre, Louisiana, alongside burning bridge, May 1863. Credit: Photographer/artist unknown. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1863Difficulties of a working general among the bayous Bayou navigation in Dixie. Four illustrations men poling a flatboat; man seated on shore; soldiers along bayou; and a steamboat. Credit: Davis, Theodore R., artist. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1864Chicksaw Bayou, Mississippi. The poison spring. Battlefield of Chicksaw Bayou. Selected from a collection of images of American history. Credit: Pywell, Wm. R. (William Redish), 1843-1886, photographer. Collection: Civil War
1864Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi. Selected from a collection of images of American history. Credit: Pywell, Wm. R. (William Redish), 1843-1886, photographer. Collection: Civil War
1864Chickasaw Bayou, Mississippi. The poison spring. Battlefield of Chickasaw Bayou. Selected from a collection of images of American history. Credit: Pywell, Wm. R. (William Redish), 1843-1886, photographer. Collection: Civil War
1867Coming from church-scene on the bayou Lafourche. People in Sunday dress walking along bayou in western Louisiana, small group of churchgoers are in rowboat. Credit: Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph), 1828-1891, artist. Collection: Miscellanious Items
1901Site of Old Fort Bayou, Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1906Evening on Bayou St. John, New Orleans, Louisiana. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1910Along Bayou Saint John, New Orleans, Louisiana. Credit: Photographer unknown. Detroit Publishing Company. Collection: Detroit Publishing Company
1911Fred, a young oyster fisher; working on an oyster boat in Mobile Bay, the Reef, near Bayou La Batre, said he was fourteen, but not likely. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911On right-hand end is Marie --, eight years old, who shucks 6 or 7 pots of oysters a day (30 or 35 cents) at a canning company. At left end of photo is Johnnie --, eight years old, who earns 45 cents a day. Been shucking for three years. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Mike Murphy, ten years old. Annie Healy, seven years old. Ross Healy, ten years old, and been at it two years. From Baltimore. Regular shuckers in Alabama Canning Co. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Group of oyster-shuckers all working in Alabama Canning Co., from seven years upward. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Oyster Barge going after oysters in Mobile Bay. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911The Skipper on the Oyster Barge, Mobile Bay. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Housing conditions in the settlement of workers in Alabama Canning Co. Two families to a house, but they are separated. Housing conditions fairly good. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Small boy on the floor is Johnnie Schraker, 8 years old, earns 45 cents a day, been at it three years. Note how they stand on the rough, sharp shells. Alabama Canning Co. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Mike Murphy, a young oyster-shucker, ten years old. Alabama Canning Co. From Baltimore. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Little Nettie, a regular oyster-shucker in Alabama Canning Co. She speaks no English. Note the condition of her shoes, caused by standing on the rough shells so much, a common sight. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911The Skipper on the oyster barge, Mobile Bay. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Oyster barge starting for the reef, Mobile Bay. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Millie (about seven yrs. old) and Mary John (with the baby) eight years old. Both shuck oysters at the Alabama Canning Co. This is Mary's second year. She said, "I shucks six pots if I don't got the baby; two pots if I got him." (Many of the little ones, too young to work all the time, tend the baby when not working.) Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Canning Factory of the Alabama Canning Co. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Shucking oysters in the Alabama Canning Company (Dunbar Lopez, Dukate Co.) Small boy on left end is Mike Murphy, ten years old, and from Baltimore. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Alfred and Willie, two young oyster fishers in Mobile Bay. A few, but not many of these youngsters are found on the oyster boats. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Millie, (about 7 years old) and Mary John (with baby) 8 years old. Both shuck oysters. This is Mary's second year. She said, "I shuck six pots if I don't got the baby; two pots if I got him." (Many of the little too young to work all the time, tend baby when not working.) Bayou La Batre, Ala. February 22, 1911. Credit: Department of Commerce and Labor. Children's Bureau. (1912 - 1913). National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine, ca. 1912. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1911Oyster-shuckers working in Alabama Canning Company. From 7 years upward. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Little Julia tending the baby at home. All the older ones are at the factory. She shucks also. Alabama Canning Co. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911On right hand end is Marie Colbeck, 8 years old, who shucks 6 or 7 pots of oysters a day (30 or 35 (cents)) at Alabama Canning Factory. At left end is Johnnie Schraker, 8 years old, who earns 45 (cents) a day. Been schucking for 3 years. Bayou La Batre, Ala. February 22, 1911. Credit: Department of Commerce and Labor. Children's Bureau. (1912 - 1913). National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine, ca. 1912. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1911Little Lottie, a regular oyster shucker in Alabama Canning Co. She speaks no English. Note the condition of her shoes caused by standing on the rough shells so much. A common sight. Bayou La Batre, Ala. February 22, 1911. Credit: Department of Commerce and Labor. Children's Bureau. (1912 - 1913). National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine, ca. 1912. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1911Alfred and Willie, two young oyster fishers in Mobile Bay. A few, but not many of these youngsters are found on the oyster boats. Bayou La Batre, Ala. February 23, 1911. Credit: Department of Commerce and Labor. Children's Bureau. (1912 - 1913). National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine, ca. 1912. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1911Small boy on the floor is Johnnie Schraker, 8 years old, earns 45 (cents) a day, been at it for 3 years. Note how they stand on the rough sharp shells. Bayou La Batre, Ala. February 22, 1911. Credit: Department of Commerce and Labor. Children's Bureau. (1912 - 1913). National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine, ca. 1912. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1911Unloading oysters on the dock. Alabama Canning Co. Bayou La Batre, Ala. February 22, 1911. Credit: Department of Commerce and Labor. Children's Bureau. (1912 - 1913). National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine, ca. 1912. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1911Group of oyster-shuckers working in Alabama Canning Co. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Shucking oysters in Alabama Canning Co. Small boy in left is Mike Murphy, ten years old. Bayou La Batre, Ala. February 22, 1911. Credit: Department of Commerce and Labor. Children's Bureau. (1912 - 1913). National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine, ca. 1912. Hine, Lewis Wickes, 1874-1940, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1911Unloading oysters on the dock. Alabama Canning Co. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1911Annie Puchs, eleven years old. Been shucking four years. Picked berries in Delaware last summer. Said she'd rather pick than shuck. Does housework too. She is in factory photos taken that morning. Bayou La Batre, Alabama. Selected from a collection of images dedicated to American child labor from 1901 to 1924. Credit: Hine, Lewis Wickes. Collection: National Child Labor Comittee
1919Bull Bayou oil fields. Credit: Grabill Studio, copyright claimant. Collection: Panoramic Photos
1919Bull Bayou. Credit: Grabill Studio, copyright claimant. Collection: Panoramic Photos
1920Bull Bayou Field. Credit: Grabill Studio, copyright claimant. Collection: Panoramic Photos
1921Spring Bayou, Florida. Credit: Bigelow, H. (Hayes). Collection: Panoramic Photos
1937Dining room interior. Plum Bayou Homestead, Arkansas. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Plantation store, Plum Bayou, Arkansas. Credit: Rothstein, Arthur. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Cabin of sugarcane worker. Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana. Credit: Lange, Dorothea. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Cabin of sugarcane worker. Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana. Credit: Lange, Dorothea. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Cabin on sugar plantation. Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana. Credit: Lange, Dorothea. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Cabins in the sugarcane country. Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana. Credit: Lange, Dorothea. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Cabins for sugarcane workers. Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana. Credit: Lange, Dorothea. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1937Cabins for sugarcane workers. Bayou La Fourche, Louisiana. Credit: Lange, Dorothea. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
Source: compiled from various sources (under license) copyright 2014
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