A person who worked for himself such as a farmer, merchant, or seamstress.
A person who agreed to work for a period of time without pay in exchange for room and board or passage to a new country.
A person who agreed to work for a period of time without pay to learn a trade or skill. Parents apprenticed their children to learn a trade.
A person who was considered the property of an owner and forced by violence and law to work for life without pay.
A person who did the same kind of job grownups did. Children were considered workers just like adults.
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