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Labor History July 27th
Mary Harris “Mother” Jones with children and adults beginning their “Children’s Crusade” William Sylvis (1828-1869), founder of the Iron Molders’
Labor History July 26th
Battle of the Viaduct 30 workers were killed by federal troops at the “Battle of the Viaduct“, Chicago, during the
Labor History July 25th
After striking for seven months, New York garment workers won the right to unionize and secured a closed shop (a
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