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    Today in Labor History

    Women shoemakers in Lynn, Mass., create Daughters of St. Crispin, demand pay equal to that of men - 1869

    Harry Bridges is born in Australia. He came to America as a sailor at age 19 and went on to help form and lead the militant Int’l Longshore and Warehouse Union for more than 40 years - 1901

    A strike by Paterson, N.J., silk workers for an 8-hour day, improved working conditions ends after six months, with the workers’ demands unmet. During the course of the strike, approximately 1,800 strikers were arrested, including Wobbly leaders Big Bill Haywood and Elizabeth Gurley Flynn - 1913

    Federal troops -- under the leadership of General Douglas MacArthur -- burn the shantytown built near the U.S. Capitol by thousands of unemployed WWI veterans, camping there to demand a bonus they had been promised but never received - 1932

    Nine miners are rescued in Somerset, Pa., after being trapped for 77 hours 240 feet underground in the flooded Quecreek Mine – 2002

     

    - compiled/edited by David Prosten at Union Communication Services.
     

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