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Q: What is a tenement?
A: A multi-family apartment building, usually with no running water, electricity, or toilet
Q: What is an immigrant?
A: A person who moves to a new country to live there.
Q: About how much money would a child worker in the early 1900s make in one week?
A: $4.00
Q: Why were so many children hired to work?
A: They could work with the machines better and families needed more money.
Q: What are a few common jobs that children might have in the early 1900s?
A: Peddler, working in a clothing factory, selling newspapers