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    Today in Labor History
    The Ohio legislature authorizes construction of the 249-mile Miami and Erie Canal, to connect Toledo to Cincinnati.  Local historians say "Irish immigrants, convicts and local farmers used picks, shovels and wheelbarrows," at 30 cents per day, to construct the 249-mile-long waterway – 1825
    "Big Bill" Haywood born in Salt Lake City, Utah: Leader of Western Federation of Miners, Wobblies (IWW) founder - 1869 
    Rosa Parks, whose refusal to give up her bus seat to a White man launched the 1955 Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott and the birth of the civil rights movement, is born in Tuskegee, Ala. - 1913 
    Unemployment demonstrations take place in major U.S. cities - 1932 
    Thirty-seven thousand maritime workers on the West Coast strike for wage increases – 1937

    - compiled/edited by Union Communication Services

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