History of the Working Class

labor history october 1
Today in Labor History – October 1st
Los Angeles Times Building Twenty-one people were killed when the Los Angeles Times building was dynamited during a labor strike.
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labor history september 30
Today in Labor History – September 30th
The Lawrence “Bread and Roses” strike The Knights of Labor won their strike on the Wabash Railroad. – 1885 Strike
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labor history september 29
Today in Labor History – September 29th
Three members of the United Mine Workers of America were shot to death by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
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Today in Labor History – September 28th
IWW Demonstration The International Workingmen’s Association is founded in London.  It was an international organization trying to unite a variety
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labor history september 27
Today in Labor History – September 27th
Wreck of the Old 97 Textile workers struck in Fall River, Massachusetts, demanding bread for their starving children. Approximately one
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labor history september 26
Today in Labor History – September 26th
The first production Ford Model T left the Piquette Plant in Detroit, Michigan. It was the first car ever manufactured
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labor history september 25
Today in Labor History – September 25th
Lewis Hines American photographer Lewis Hine was born in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Hine used his camera as a tool for social
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Today in Labor History – September 24th
The Chicago 8 The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) were declared illegal in Canada. The ban was lifted in
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labor history september 23
Today in Labor History – September 23rd
Richard Nixon The Workingman’s Advocate of Chicago published the first installment of The Other Side, by Martin A. Foran, president of
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