Sites relating to the history of the labor movement in the United States.
A summary of labor issues in the public eye in 1896, including the Homestead strike of 1892 and the Pullman Railroad strike of 1894.
A pictorial tour of sweatshops from 1820 to the present. From the National Museum of American History Smithsonian Institution.
Chronology of labor struggles in the U.S. starting with the Philadelphia Journeymen Cordwainers conviction in 1806, and subsequent battles with the government, through 1989.
Museum in Belleville, IL, that preserves history of industrial movement in post-Civil War to Great Depression Era.
History of recent leadership, includes links on union policy and recent news regarding the AFL-CIO.
A detailed, illustrated history of the Seattle Empire Laundry by Cynthia Rose, including union struggles.
Extensive resources on this union, including chronologies, oral histories, archives of publications, biographies, histories of locals, and links. From Georgia State University Library.
Project to make primary sources in American labor history available to students and researchers. Includes extensive biographical information about Gompers, plus information, photos, and images of primary documents related to other leaders and historical events.
Accounts, photos, and resources relating to the 1919 Seattle General Strike.
Examines the past and present of labor media in the Pacific Northwest, with reports on socialist, IWW, and union newspapers. Includes photos and bibliographic information.
The constitution of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations created after the merger.
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