Today in Labor History – October 11th

The Miners’ National Association was founded in Youngstown, Ohio, with the goal of uniting all miners, regardless of skill or ethnicity, echoing the Knights of Labor and presaging the Industrial Workers of the World.  – 1873

Nearly 1,500 plantation workers went on strike at Olaa Sugar, on Hawaii’s Big Island. – 1948

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