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The Great Labor Uprising of 1877

Engravings from newspapers, chronology, notes, bibliography, index.

Format: Paper

383 Pages

Edition: 1st

Year: 1977

Publisher: Pathfinder Press

ISBN: 978-0-87348-828-0

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In July of 1877, one year after the celebration of the one hundredth birthday of the United States, the country was prostrate after five years of economic depression. Railroad workers at Martinsburg, West Virginia, went out on strike against still another wage cut.   Despite the intervention of the state...

“An important work and an essential addition to any collection on labor history in the United States.” —Library Journal

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