|Author||Powderly, Terence Vincent, 1849-1924. |
|Title||Thirty years of labor, 1859 to 1889, in which the history of the attempts to form organizations of workingmen for the discussion of political, social, and economic questions is traced. The National Labor Union of 1866, the Industrial Brotherhood of 1874, and the Order of the Knights of Labor of America and the World. The chief and most important principles in the preamble of the Knights of Labor discussed and explained, with views of the author on land, labor and transportation. By T. V. Powderly. |
|Published||Columbus, Ohio, Rankin & O'Neal, 1890 [c1889] |
|Description||693 p. illus., port. 23 cm. |
|Subjects||Knights of Labor. |
Labor and laboring classes -- United States -- History.
Labor unions -- United States.
Ohio imprints -- 1890.
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| ||WRHS Research Library: B 7807|
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