History of the Working Class

labor history september 14
Today in Labor History – September 14th
Ella Mae Wiggins The Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel, and Tin Workers union called off an unsuccessful 3-month strike against
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labor history september 13
Today in Labor History – September 13th
Attica Prison The Post Office Department ordered 25,000 railway mail clerks to shoot to kill any bandits attempting to rob
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labor history september 12
Today in Labor History – September 12th
Eugene V Debs Somewhere on or around this date, the first African-American trade union called the Colored Caulkers’ Trade Union
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labor history september 11
Today in Labor History – September 11th
  Crystal Lee Sutton 75,000 coal miners in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia ended a 10-week strike after winning an
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labor history september 10
Today in Labor History – September 10th
 Polish, Lithuanian, German  and Slovak miners were gunned down by the Latimer Mine’s sheriff deputies during a peaceful march from
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labor history september 9
Today in Labor History – September 9th
In convention at Topeka, Kansas, delegates created the Brotherhood of Railway Carmen of America. The men who repaired the nation’s
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labor history september 8
Today in Labor History – September 8th
Delano grapes workers strike The bosses bent to the demands of striking Wobblies (members of the Industrial Workers of the
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labor history september 7
Today in Labor History – September 7th
Federal employees won the right to receive Workers’ Compensation insurance coverage. – 1916 Visit the Voices of Labor Online Store
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