History of the Working Class

 


Labor History November 13th
Today in Labor History November 13th
Over 20,000 workers participated in the funeral march for the Haymarket anarchists framed for throwing the Haymarket bomb. – 1887
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Labor History November 12th
Today in Labor History November 12th
On this day in 1954, Ellis Island closed as an immigration entry point. After 1924 the famous island in Jersey
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Labor History November 11th
Today in Labor History November 11th
American slave rebellion leader Nat Turner was hanged in Jerusalem, Virginia. Three months prior, Turner had led a bloody slave
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Labor History November 10th
Today in Labor History November 10th
Chicago Haymarket martyr Louis Lingg, 22, “cheated” the state the day before his scheduled execution by committing suicide in his
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