Labor history January 10th
Today in Labor History – January 10th
Joe Hill The Pemberton Mill suddenly collapsed in Lawrence, Massachusetts, trapping 900 workers, mostly Irish women. The mill then caught fire,
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labor history january 9th
Today in Labor History – January 9th
Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union meeting A Mediation Commission appointed by President Woodrow Wilson found that “industry’s failure to deal with
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Labor History January 8th
Today in Labor History – January 8th
Mary Kenney O’Sullivan Mary Kenney O’Sullivan (1864-1943) was born on this date in Hannibal, Missouri. O’Sullivan was the first American Federation
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labor history january 7th
Today in Labor History – January 7th
An explosion at Osage Coal and Mining Company’s Mine Number 11 near Krebs, Oklahoma killed 100 and injured 150 when
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