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4 edition of immigrant labor press in North America, 1840s-1970s found in the catalog.

immigrant labor press in North America, 1840s-1970s

an annotated bibliography

by Dirk Hoerder

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Published by Greenwood Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • American newspapers -- Foreign language press -- Bibliography.,
    • American periodicals -- Foreign language press -- Bibliography.,
    • Canadian newspapers -- Foreign language press -- Bibliography.,
    • Canadian periodicals -- Foreign language press -- Bibliography.,
    • Press, Labor -- United States -- Bibliography.,
    • Press, Labor -- Canada -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and indexes.

      Statementedited by Dirk Hoerder ; Christiane Harzig, assistant editor.
      SeriesBibliographies and indexes in American history,, no. 4, 7-8
      ContributionsHarzig, Christiane.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6953.5.A1 H63 1987, PN4884 H63 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2372183M
      ISBN 100313246386
      LC Control Number87000168

      Few copies have survived. Most compelling are two essays about labor and community. These newspapers have provided source material for many recent books about these working-class movements. Read preview Article excerpt David A.

      The Appeal reached its greatest circulation inboasting more thansubscribers. During World War I the paper was banned 1840s-1970s book the U. Instead, Dubofsky gives a critical overview of the Wobblies, suggesting that IWW publications would help scholars answer questions about the work done to integrate black and white workers, unskilled labor, and the prominence of the Wobblies in the West. Pizzigati, Sam and Fred J. It should be pointed out in the manual that, since the administrative structure of countries differ, ministries sharing the same name may have different functions and roles, or those with the same functions may bear different names.

      The data in these publications include reports from foreign-language federations, financial information and correspondence from local chapters. Most compelling are two essays about labor and community. Labor Journalism's High Tide, Radical and labor publications proliferated during the last two decades of the 19th century. Oktober in Cincinnati, Ohio. During the Depression unionizing gained momentum, and the labor press continued to grow. The Appeal reached its greatest circulation inboasting more thansubscribers.


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The Coming Nation survived for just one year, ultimately falling victim to the hostile factionalization within the left.

Jon Bekken states that the Federated Press survived into the early s as the only independent news service that supplied information to papers including newspapers in Germany, Russia and Australia. New York elected labor candidates as well, sweeping Syracuse elections in This impressive bibliography contains a wealth of information for anyone examining immigrant working-class publications.

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He notes that the early editions contain data on finances, district organizers and leaders, as well as lists of local charters. Olson, discusses the survival of a small-city labor newspaper in Wisconsin.

Publication was 1840s-1970s book during the Red Scare of LincolN: University of Nebraska, While only a couple of the stories included in this book were written by working women, contributions by reformers, union officials, and popular fiction writers offer substantial material for cultural representations of proper sex roles as traditional familial roles transformed to make room for young wage-earning women.

There are a useful section of historical background about labor and immigration in North America, a table of contents, a list of depositories, a Nordic title index, and a list of surveys and essays about immigration and labor.

After a wideranging introduction, the author focuses on the year and the beginnings of abolitionism. The paper was moved from Immigrant labor press in North America Kansas to Minneapolis, Minnesota in Danky, eds.

A total of four issues were produced under this title. The Daily Immigrant labor press in North America readership increased throughout the s, and the its content changed, replacing articles on strikes and jeremiads against capitalism with political cartoons and features that aligned communism with American ideals.

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