Labor History January 27th
Today in Labor History January 27th
New York City maids organized to improve working conditions. – 1734 A mine explosion in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania Left more
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Labor History January 26th
Today in Labor History January 26th
In what could be considered the first workers’ compensation agreement in America, pirate Henry Morgan pledged his underlings 600 pieces
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Labor History January 25th
Today in Labor History January 25th
Sojourner Truth addressed the first Black Women’s Rights convention. – 1851 The Sheet Metal Workers International Association (SMWIA) was founded in
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labor history January 24th
Today in Labor History January 24th
At the height of the World War 1 Red Scare, Palmer raids that began on January 2 and continued throughout
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