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Labor History March 12th
Today in Labor History – March 12th
Lane Kirkland Greedy industrialist turned benevolent philanthropist Andrew Carnegie pledged $5.2 million for the construction of 65 branch libraries in
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Labor History March 11th
Today in Labor History -March 11th
John Luther “Casey” Jones Fabled railroad engineer John Luther “Casey” Jones was born on this date in southeast Missouri. A
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Labor History March 10th
Today in Labor History – March 10th
Eugene V Debs The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Debs v. United States, affirming the labor leader’s conviction under the
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Labor History March 9th
Today in Labor History – March 9th
Carlo Tresca The U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that freed the remaining 35 survivors of the Amistad mutiny. In
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