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Labor Studies



link to catalog page KERSTEN, Race, Jobs, and the War

Race, Jobs, and the War

The FEPC in the Midwest, 1941-46

Author: Andrew E. Kersten
Pub Date: May 2007

A richly detailed look at the crucial role of federally supported civil rights activism   learn more...

link to catalog page GOMPERS, The Samuel Gompers Papers, Volume 10

The Samuel Gompers Papers, Volume 10

The American Federation of Labor and the Great War, 1917-18

Author: Samuel Gompers
Pub Date: July 2007

Important shifts in labor history before, during, and after wartime   learn more...

link to catalog page GREEN, Tin Men Author: Archie Green
Pub Date: 2007

The art, craft, and social history behind tin men   learn more...

link to catalog page LIPIN, Workers and the Wild

Workers and the Wild

Conservation, Consumerism, and Labor in Oregon, 1910-30

Author: Lawrence M. Lipin
Pub Date: March 2007

Exploring the tight ties between wilderness use and class.   learn more...

link to catalog page TRISTAN, The Workers' Union Author: Flora Tristan
Pub Date: August 2007

A nineteenth-century social reform proposal, available again   learn more...

link to catalog page BUCKI, Bridgeport's Socialist New Deal, 1915-36 Author: Cecelia Bucki
Pub Date: May 2006

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link to catalog page AHLQUIST, Chorus and Community Author: Edited by Karen Ahlquist
Pub Date: September 2006

The chorus and its effect on music and the world   learn more...

link to catalog page WEINER, Coalfield Jews

Coalfield Jews

An Appalachian History

Author: Deborah R. Weiner
Pub Date: October 2006

The stories of vibrant eastern European Jewish communities in the Appalachian coalfields   learn more...

link to catalog page MALONE, Don't Get above Your Raisin'

Don't Get above Your Raisin'

Country Music and the Southern Working Class

Author: Bill C. Malone
Pub Date: Cloth: 2002; Paper: 2006

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link to catalog page BAO, Holding Up More Than Half the Sky

Holding Up More Than Half the Sky

Chinese Women Garment Workers in New York City, 1948-92

Author: Xiaolan Bao
Pub Date: 2006

Bao looks at the dramatic 1982 strike of 20,000 Chinese-American garment workers (most of them women) and explores the profound transformation of family culture that enabled this uncharacteristic militancy and organized protest.   learn more...

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