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Labor History February 8th
Mary Kenney O’Sullivan Mary Kenney O’Sullivan was born in Hannibal, Missouri.  At age 28 she was appointed the first female
Labor history February 7th
Imperial Sugar refinery Union miners in Cripple Creek, Colorado began what was to become a five-month strike. It started when
Labor History February 6th
General Strike A strike by shirtwaist workers, primarily immigrant women and girls, in Philadelphia’s garment sweatshops ends. Despite mass arrests,

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