History of the Working Class

 


Labor History November 19th
Today in Labor History November 19th
6,000 members of the United Garment Workers of America struck at 27 wholesale houses in Chicago, which were then members
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Labor History November 18th
Today in Labor History November 18th
Seattle printers refused to print anti-labor ad in the newspaper. – 1919 Workers at the General Motors plant in Atlanta
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Labor History November 17th
Today in Labor History November 17th
The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen was founded on this date in 1785 in a tavern in New York
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Labor History November 16th
Today in Labor History November 16th
The Ravensdale coal mine explosion killed 31 workers in Washington state. The mine was well known for excessive coal dust.
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