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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
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
Labor History january 6th
Author-poet Carl Sandburg was born on this date in Galesburg, Illinois. Sandburg worked as a labor organizer, published in the
labor history january 5th
Building the Golden Gate Bridge The nation’s first Black labor convention was held in Washington, D.C., with 214 delegates forming

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