Labor History February 6th
Today in Labor History February 6, 2020
A strike by shirtwaist workers, primarily immigrant women and girls, in Philadelphia’s garment sweatshops ends. Despite mass arrests, intimidation, scabs,
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Labor History February 5th
Today in Labor History February 5, 2020
The first daily labor newspaper, the N.Y. Daily Sentinel, began publication. – 1830 The movie Modern Times premiered. The tale of
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Labor History February 4th
Today in Labor History February 4, 2020
The Ohio legislature authorized construction of the 249-mile Miami and Erie Canal to connect Toledo to Cincinnati. Local historians said
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Today in Labor History February 3, 2020
The US Supreme Court ruled the United Hatters Union violated the Sherman Antitrust Act by organizing a nationwide boycott of
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