labor history March 2nd
Today in Labor History – March 2nd
Greyhound Strike Congress abolished the African slave trade. The first American slave ship, Desire, sailed from Marblehead, Massachusetts in 1637.
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labor history march 1st
Today in Labor History – March 1st
Hoover Dam The Granite Cutters National Union began what was to be a successful nationwide strike for the 8-hour day.
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labor history February 28th
Today in Labor History – February 28th (and 29th)
Sue Cowan Williams The U.S. Supreme Court found that a Utah state law limiting mine and smelter workers to an
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Labor History February 27th
Today in Labor History – February 27th
Eugene V Debs Legendary labor leader and socialist presidential candidate Eugene V. Debs became a charter member and secretary of
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