American Bureau of Industrial Research: manuscript collections on the early American labor movement, 1862-1908 (inclusive), [microform].

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American Bureau of Industrial Research: manuscript collections on the early American labor movement, 1862-1908 (inclusive), [microform].

The papers consist of the manuscript holdings of the American Bureau of Industrial Research, which document working class history in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The manuscript collections included are the John Samuels Papers; the Joseph P. McDonnell Papers; the Alfred R. Parsons Papers; the Edward H. Rogers Papers; the Ira Steward Papers; the Thomas Phillips Papers; the Miscellaneous Cooperative Association Records; the Knights of Labor Records; the records of the Sovereigns of Industry, Philadelphia Pioneer Council; and the Geisse and Huebner questionnaire responses.

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McDonnell, Joseph P., 1847-1906.

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American Bureau of Industrial Research

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Knights of labor

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Labor organization. From the description of Minutes, 1886. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122536651 From the guide to the Knights of Labor minutes, 1886, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) Organized in Philadelphia in 1869 as a general labor organization to protect and promote American laborers. One of ther goals was to prohibit the importation of foreign labor under contract. In 1880's, California's local Assemblies worked to ban use of Chinese immigrants and to pr...

Rogers, Edward H. (Edward Henry), 1824-

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Phillips, Thomas Wharton, 1835-1912

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Samuels, John, 1817-

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Parsons, Alfred R., d. 1887.

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Steward, Ira, 1831-1883

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Sovereigns of Industry. Philadelphia Pioneer Council.

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