Today in Labor History May 7th

Labor History May 7th
Bloody Tuesday – San Francisco

The Knights of St. Crispin union was formed at a secret meeting in Milwaukee. It grew to 50,000 members before being crushed by employers later that year. – 1867 [click_to_tweet tweet=”The Knights of St. Crispin was formed, gunfire exchanged between union and scabs, 2 dead and 20 injured in San Francisco’s Bloody Tuesday and Philly’s … Read more