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Labor History August 15th
Will Rogers The Panama Canal opened after 33 years of construction and an estimated 22,000 worker deaths, mostly caused by
Labor History August 14th
Lane Kirkland Squatters’ riots occurred in California on this day. 500 militiamen were sent to Sacramento to quell the uprising
Labor History August 13th
Striking miners at Tracy City, Tennessee, captured their mines and freed 300 state convict strikebreakers. The convicts had been “leased”
Labor History August 12th
The National Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners was founded in Chicago in a gathering of 36 carpenters from 11 cities.

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