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Labor History January 31st
12,000 pecan shellers in San Antonio, Texas, walked off their jobs at 400 factories in what would become a three-month
Labor History January 30th
Organizer Saul Alinsky was born on this date in Chicago, Illinois. – 1909 The Paris Peace Conference established the Commission
Labor History January 29th
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal workers rioted on this date, prompting President Jackson to send in troops. This was the first
Labor History January 28th
The first national coal miners’ union, the American Miners’ Association, was formed. – 1861 The first U.S. unemployment compensation law

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