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Cigar Makers' Official Journal Official organ of the Cigar Makers' International Union of America (CMIU) Original copy resides at University of Wisconsin, Madison Scanned as part of the Google Books project, with all rights to this digital image retained by them. No commercial use is permitted by Google. Vol. 42, no. 1 (January 1918) to vol. 44, no. 12 (December 15, 1920) G.W. Perkins, Editor and Publisher Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain
Topics: Organized Labor -- United States -- Periodicals, Cigar Makers' International Union of America,...
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by Franz Boas; Edward Sapir; Leo J. Frachtenberg; Waldemar Borogas
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Handbook of American Indian Languages, Part 2 by Franz Boas Includes the following: 1. "The Takelma Language of Southwest Oregon," by Edward Sapir (pp. 1-296) 2. "Coos," by Leo J. Frachtenberg (pp. 297-430) 3. "Siuslaw," by Leo J. Frachtenberg (pp. 431-630) 4. "Chukchee," by Waldemar Borogas (pp. 631-903) Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin no. 40. Published in Washington D.C. by the U.S. Government Printing Office, 1922. Public...
Topics: Native American peoples of Oregon, Oregon Indians, Pacific Northwest history, Takelma people, Coos...
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James B. Wells: South Texas Economic and Political Leader PhD dissertation, Texas Tech University, 1974. Detailed study of Brownsville Attorney, rancher, and Democratic Party political boss James B. Wells, Jr., namesake of Jim Wells Country, Texas.
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by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.)
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Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography Vol. 1 AARON to CRANDALL James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.) Published in New York by D. Appleton & Co., 1887 Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned as part of the Google Books project.
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Topics: Appleton's, United States History, United States Biography, Biographies
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by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.)
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Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography Vol. 6 SUNDERLAND to ZURITA James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.) Published in New York by D. Appleton & Sons, 1889. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned as part of the Google Books project.
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Records of the US House of Representatives, Record Group 233: Records of the House Un-American Activities Committee, 1945-1969 (Renamed the) House Internal Security Committee, 1969-1976. Washington, DC: Center for Legislative Archives, National Archives and Records, July 1995. PDF of the finding aid for the papers of the House Un-American Activities Committee (1945 to 1969) and its successor after renaming, the House Internal Security Committee (1969-1975). Papers are housed at the National...
Topics: McCarthyism, Red Scare, House Un-American Activities Committee, HUAC, House Committee on...
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by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.)
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Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography Vol. 2 CRANE to GRIMSHAW James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.) Published in New York by D. Appelton & Co., 1887. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned as part of the Google Books project.
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"Race and Murder in Knoxville, 1919 - The Trials of Maurice Mays," by Donald F. Paine Published in Tennessee Bar Journal, vol. 43, no. 3 (March 2007), pp. 28-33. Uploaded to Internet Archive to provide a permanent URL for a Wikipedia article.
Topics: Red Summer of 1919, race riots, lynching, race relations, wrongful execution, death penalty,...
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by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.)
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Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. 3 GRINNELL to LOCKWOOD James Grant Wilson and John Fiske (eds.) Published in New York by D. Appleton & Co., 1888 Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned as part of the Google Books project.
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by William Woodward, Class Chairman
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Harvard College Class of 1898 - Quindecennial Report, June 1913 Fifteen year update on the doings of the Harvard College class of 1898, including an extensive number of self-written biographies by class members. This is the third report published of that graduating class. Published by Harvard College Class of 1898, 1913. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Digitized by the Google Books project.
Topics: Harvard College, Harvard University, Harvard academic history, William Bross Lloyd
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by Bryant, Louise (1885-1936)
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Six Red Months in Moscow: An Observer's Account of Russia Before and During the Proletarian Dictatorship by Louise Bryant Illustrated with 18 photographs. New York: George H. Doran Company One of the original first-hand accounts of the Russian Revolution of 1917 by Louise Bryant, wife of pioneer American Communist John Reed, who would shortly author a more famous account of his own, Ten Days that Shook the World. Bryant would later revisit the theme with a 1923 book, Mirrors of Moscow....
Topics: Russian Revolution, Bolshevik Revolution, Soviet history, travelogues, travelogs, eyewitness...
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Industrial Depressions: The First Annual Report of the US Commissioner of Labor, by Carroll D. Wright. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1883. In the midst of the Depression of 1882-1885, US. Commissioner of Labor Carroll D. Wright and his agents conducted an extensive study into the causes of industrial depressions. This was the first of a series of annual monographs by the head of the US Department of Labor. A total of 496 pages, index starts on page 487. Scanned by the Google...
Topics: American Economic History, Economy of the United States, depressions, recessions, business cycle,...
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by Order of Railway Conductors of America
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Railway Conductor's Monthly Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors of America (ORC). The publication changed its name to The Railway Conductor and moved to a semi-monthly publication schedule in August 1889. C.S. Wheaton and E.H. Belknap, Editors. Volume 6 (Jan.-Dec. 1889), complete run. A total of 17 issues were produced in the year. Includes covers, ads, and index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project....
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, ORC, transportation history, labor history, organized labor, trade...
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Originally published as "A Female Anarchist: Mrs. Lucy Parsons on the Prospect of Anarchy in America," an interview conducted in New York City and sent by telegram to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for publication in that paper. Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch, vol. 37, no. 95 (Oct. 21, 1886), pg. 4. Interviewer's name unspecified in original publication. Published in the USA prior to 1923, text public domain. Edited by Tim Davenport for republication by 1000 Flowers Publishing,...
Topics: Radicalism in the United States, Anarchy, Anarchism, Albert Parsons, Haymarket Affair, Haymarket...
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by Bryant, Louise (1885-1936)
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Mirrors of Moscow, by Louise Bryant With 5 illustrations by Césare. New York: Thomas Seltzer, 1923 Louise Bryant, widow of pioneer American Communist John Reed and author of the 1918 book Six Red Months in Russia, returns to the theme of the Bolshevik revolution, this time to provide short biographical sketches of some of the leading players and institutions on the Soviet landscape. Chapters: xi - Foreword 001 - Lenin and His Subordinates (Christian Rakovsky, Abram Krasnichakov, Lev Kamenev,...
Topics: Russian Revolution, Bolshevik Revolution, Soviet history, revolutionary biographies, biography,...
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"International Official Souvenir: Tenth Biennial Convention, Commencing Week September 9, 1907: Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America: Presenting a Complete History of the Organization, with an Outline of Its Aims and Purposes." Official publication of the Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America. Chicago: Grand Lodge, Brotherhood Railway Carmen of America, 1907. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project.
Topics: Trade Unions — United States, labor organization, fraternal benefit societies, railway unions,...
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by Carnegie, Andrew (1835-1919)
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“Wealth,” by Andrew Carnegie North American Review, vol. 148, no. 381 (June 1889), pp. 653-664. First edition of seminal essay of gilded age intellectual history by the American industrialist Andrew Carnegie. Later reprinted as “The Gospel of Wealth,” appearing as the title piece of The Gospel of Wealth and Other Timely Essays. (New York: The Century Co., 1901).  Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Poor quality scan job by the Google Books project.
Topics: Gospel of Wealth, capitalism, individualism, industrialism, Andrew Carnegie, charity, philanthropy,...
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by Order of Railway Conductors
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The Railway Conductor Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors. E.H. Belknap, editor Volume 9 (Jan.-Dec. 1892), complete run of the 12 monthly issues produced. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, ORC, transportation history, labor history, trains, locomotives, trade...
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by Miller, Kelly (1863-1939)
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"The Negro Sanhedrin: A Clearing House and Union of Organizations" by Kelly Miller (1863-1939) Originally published as "Kelly Miller Says: There must be a clearing house through which can be pooled all the interests which our organizations hold in common. The Negro Sanhedrin is not so much an organization as an influence. It is rather a union of organizations which can speak with the consent and authority of them all." Published in in The Afro-American [Baltimore], vol. 32,...
Topics: Negro Sanhedrin, All-Race Conference, Civil Rights, African-American liberation, black liberation
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Railway Conductor's Monthly Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors of America (ORC). William P. Daniels, Editor Volume 4 (Jan.-Dec. 1887), complete run of 12 monthly issues. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, trade unions, craft unions, ORC, locomotives, labor history,...
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The Railway Conductor Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors. Volume 7 (Jan.-Dec. 1890), complete run of the 24 semi-monthly issues produced. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
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The Railway Conductor Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors. E.H. Belknap, editor Volume 8 (Jan.-Dec. 1891), complete run of the 17 semi-monthly and monthly issues produced. Frequency moved from semi-monthly to monthly status in June. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, ORC, transportation history, labor history, trains, locomotives, trade...
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by DeForest, Walter S.
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The Periodical Press and the Pullman Strike: An Analysis of the Coverage and Interpretation of the Railroad Strike of 1894 by Eight Journals of Opinion and Reportage. by Walter S. DeForest M.A. Thesis. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1973. DeForest analyzes the coverage of the American Railway Union's boycott of the cars of the Pullman Company by eight magazines, including the monthlies The Arena, The Forum, North American Review, and Review of Reviews as well as the weeklies Harper's...
Topics: The Arena, The Forum, North American Review, Review of Reviews, Harper's Weekly, The Independent,...
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by Israel Smith Clare
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The World's History Illuminated, Complete in Eight Volumes: Volume 1 — Ancient Oriental Nations. by Israel Smith Clare St. Louis: Western Newspaper Syndicate, 1897. First volume of an eight volume illustrated universal history. Published in the USA before 1923, public domain. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project.
Topics: World history, universal history
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The Railway Conductor Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors of America (ORC). E.E. Clark, editor Volume 11 (Jan.-Dec. 1894), complete run of the 12 monthly issues produced. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
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The Railway Conductor Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors. William P. Daniels and E.E. Clark, editors Volume 9 (Jan.-Dec. 1893), complete run of the 12 monthly issues produced. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, ORC, transportation history, labor history, trains, locomotives, trade...
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by Harvey, W. H. (William Hope), 1851-1936
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A Tale of Two Nations by William Hope Harvey (1851-1936) Published in Chicago by the Coin Publishing Co., 1894. Scanned by the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Silver question, free silver, populism, People's Party (United States)
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by Jensen, Richard J. (b. 1941)
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The Winning of the Midwest, by Richard J. Jensen Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971. Released by the copyright holder through a Creative Commons license. Digitized by the Google Books project. CONTENTS 0. Preface (pg. xi) 1. The Battle of 1888: General Harrison in Indiana (pg. 1) 2. Fraud, Bribery, and Coercion: The Honesty of Midwestern Elections (pg. 34) 3. Pietists and Liturgicals: The Religious Roots of Partisanship (pg. 58) 4. Iowa, Wet or Dry? Prohibition and the Fall of the GOP...
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Investigation of the Employment of Pinkerton Detectives in Connection with the Labor Troubles at Homestead, PA. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office, 1892. Transcript of the US House of Representatives investigation of the use of armed guards by the Carnegie Steel Corporation in a strike of the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, which led to a pitched gun battle and a number of deaths. The investigation was conducted by a subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee,...
Topics: Homestead Steel Strike, Gilded Age, Carnegie Steel Corporation, Amalgamated Association of Iron and...
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by Israel Smith Clare
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The World's History Illuminated, Complete in Eight Volumes: Volume 2 — Ancient Oriental Nations and Greece. by Israel Smith Clare St. Louis: Western Newspaper Syndicate, 1897. Second volume of an eight volume illustrated universal history. Published in the USA before 1923, public domain. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project.
Topics: Universal history, world history
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by Order of Railway Conductors of America
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Railway's Conductor Monthly Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors of America (ORC). Volume 2 (Jan.-Dec. 1885), complete run of 12 monthly issues. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked as part of this pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, ORC, locomotive conductors, transportation history, labor history, The...
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by Ely, Richard T. (1854-1943)
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Problems of Today: A Discussion of Protective Tariffs, Taxation, and Monopolies. Revised and Enlarged Edition. (January 1890) by Richard T. Ely New York: Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., 1888. Includes three new papers by Ely not included in the original 1888 edition. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Digitized by the Google Books project. Uploaded to Archive.org by Tim Davenport ("Carrite"), Oct. 2016.
Topics: Economics, United States, Monopoly, Trusts, market concentration, taxation policy, tariff, import...
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Railway Conductor's Monthly Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors of America (ORC). William P. Daniels, Editor Volume 3 (Jan.-Dec. 1886), complete run of 12 monthly issues with ads and covers. Includes index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, ORC, transportation history, labor history, trains, locomotives, trade...
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by Israel Smith Clare
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The World's History Illuminated, Complete in Eight Volumes: Volume 7 — American Revolution to the Present. by Israel Smith Clare St. Louis: Western Newspaper Syndicate, 1897. Seventh volume of an eight volume illustrated universal history. Published in the USA before 1923, public domain. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project.
Topics: World History, Universal History
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by Willard, Cyrus Field (1858-1942)
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"The Nationalist Club of Boston: A Chapter of History," by Cyrus Field Willard Article first published in The Nationalist [Boston], vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1889), pp. 16-20. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project.
Topics: Bellamyism, Nationalism, Edward Bellamy, Nationalist Clubs, socialism, radicalism, reformism,...
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by Bellamy, Edward, 1850-1898
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Miss Luddington's Sister: A Romance of Immorality by Edward Bellamy Published in Boston by James R. Osgood and Co., 1885. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project.
Topics: Bellamy, Bellamyism, Victorian Era, Gilded Age, novels, fiction
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by Kautsky, Karl (ed.) (1854-1938)
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Die Vorläufer des neueren Sozialismus: Erster Band, zweiter Theil: Von Thomas More bis zum Vorabend der französischen Revolution. (Forerunners of Modern Socialism: Volume 1, Part 2: From Thomas More to the Eve of the French Revolution). Stuttgart, Germany: Verlag von J.H.W. Dietz, 1895. Edited by Karl Kautsky Contributions by Karl Kautsky, Paul Lafargue, Eduard Bernstein, C. Hugo.
Topics: Socialism, Socialist History, philosophy, Thomas More, French Revolution, Marxism, Historical...
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Railway Conductor's Monthly Official organ of the Order of Railway Conductors of America (ORC). William P. Daniels, Editor Volume 5 (Jan.-Dec. 1888), complete run of 12 monthly issues. NO index. Individual issues are bookmarked in this version of the pdf. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Order of Railway Conductors, ORC, transportation history, labor history, organized labor, trade...
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by Israel Smith Clare
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The World's History Illuminated, Complete in Eight Volumes: Volume 4 — Mediaeval History. by Israel Smith Clare St. Louis: Western Newspaper Syndicate, 1897. Fourth volume of an eight volume illustrated universal history. Published in the USA before 1923, public domain. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project.
Topics: World History, Universal History
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Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance Systems Handbook, 2012. Published by US Railroad Retirement Board, Chicago, 2012. US government document, public domain.
Topics: Railroads, pensions, trade unions, worker benefits, retirement programs
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by C.R. Wooldridge (ed.)
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Switchmen's Journal, official organ of the Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association (SMAA). Volume 1: May 1886 to April 1887. C.R. Wooldridge, editor. Complete set of 12 monthly issues of the first volume of Switchmen's Journal. No covers, no index, but this file does include a set monthly bookmarks as part of the pdf. Includes a small number of portraits and biographical material about several of the prominent members of the SMAA and related railway craft brotherhoods, among other fare. Published in...
Topics: American labor unions, railway brotherhoods, Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association, SMAA,...
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by Nicholas, William
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Christianity and Socialism: The Twenty-Thirds Fernley Lecture, Delivered in Cardiff, July 28, 1893. by William Nicholas, M.A., D.D. London: Wesleyan Methodist Book Room, 1893. Chapter 1: Social Nature of Man, etc. — pg. 1 Chapter 2: Ferdinand Lassalle, etc. — pg. 17 Chapter 3: Karl Marx, etc. — pg. 30 Chapter 4: Christian Socialism, etc. — pg. 52 Chapter 5: Socialism in France, etc. — pg. 66 Chapter 6: Socialism in Austria, etc. — pg. 74 Chapter 7: Socialism in Russia, etc. — pg....
Topics: Socialist, Christian Socialism, radicalism, England, United Kingdom, Karl Marx, Ferdinand Lassalle,...
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by Israel Smith Clare
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The World's History Illuminated, Complete in Eight Volumes: Volume 8 — Recent Foreign History. by Israel Smith Clare St. Louis: Western Newspaper Syndicate, 1897. Eighth volume of an eight volume illustrated universal history. Published in the USA before 1923, public domain. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project.
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Testimony to the United States Senate on Behalf of the Socialist Labor Party of America, New York City, September 20, 1883. By Adolf Douai Published in Report of the Committee of the Senate upon the Relations of Labor and Capital and Testimony Taken by the Committee: In Five Volumes: Volume II - Testimony. (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1885), pp. 702-743. Sanctioned testimony of Adolf Douai (1819-1888) on behalf of the Socialist Labor Party of America to a committee of the United...
Topics: Socialism -- United States, SLP, Kindergarten, Initiative and Referendum, Marxism, labor theory of...
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by Baxter, Sylvester (1850-1927)
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"Why the Name, Nationalism?" by Sylvester Baxter Published in The Nationalist [Boston], vol. 1, no. 3 (July 1889), pp. 82-83. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Digitized by the Google Books project. Uploaded to Archive.org in October 2015. For more on Sylvester Baxter, see Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylvester_Baxter
Topics: Socialism — United States, Socialist, Nationalism, Nationalist, Bellamyist, Bellamyite,...
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by Martin, J.J.
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"A Cooperative Commonwealth: The Kaweah Colony," by J.J. Martin Published in The Nationalist [Boston], vol. 1, no. 6 (Oct. 1889), pp. 204-208. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project. For more information on the Kaweah Colony, see: Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaweah_Colony
Topics: Socialism — United States, Socialist, utopian socialism, Laurence Gronland, Edward Bellamy,...
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by Harvey, W. H. (William Hope), 1851-1936
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A Common Sense Speech: Delivered at Nashville, Tennessee, December , 1895. by  William Hope Harvey (1851-1936) Published in Chicago by Debate Publishing Co., December 1895. Scanned by the Google Books Project. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Silver question, free silver, populism, People's Party (United States), W.H. Harvey
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by Larry Livermore
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"How I Became a Capitalist: The Lookout Records Story, Part One" by Larry Livermore Written July 1994. Published in Lookout magazine #39 (Summer 1994). History of the origin of Lookout Records, a seminal Berkeley, California label that helped drive the second wave of punk rock in America during the decade of the 1990s. Best known for their release of the first two albums by Green Day and for releases by bands such as Operation Ivy, Screeching Weasel, The Queers, and Mr. T Experience,...
Topics: punk rock -- United States, punk rock -- California, Berkeley, Bay Area, East Bay sound, Green Day,...
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by Lumberjack Distribution
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"Attention Stores, Distributors, and Kids of All Ages!!!" [Debut advertisement of Lumberjack Distribution] First published in Maximum Rocknroll [San Francisco], whole no. 137 (Oct. 1994), pg. 44. Facsimile and machine-readable pdf of the text of the first national advertisement published by Lumberjack Distribution. Started as a tangent of the Art Monk Construction record label, Lumberjack was sold to Doghouse Records in 1997 and purchased Mordam Distribution to form Lumberjack Mordam...
Topics: punk rock -- United States, punk rock -- Pennsylvania, Mordam Records, Mordam Distribution,...
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by Israel Smith Clare
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The World's History Illuminated, Complete in Eight Volumes: Volume 3 — Alexander's Empire and Roman Empire. by Israel Smith Clare St. Louis: Western Newspaper Syndicate, 1897. First volume of an eight volume illustrated universal history. Published in the USA before 1923, public domain. Scanned by Google as part of the Google Books project.
Topics: World History, Universal History
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"The Trade Union and Socialist Movement in the United States (1905)," by William Mailly Published in F.W. Pethick Lawrence and Joseph Edwards (eds.), The Reformers' Year Book: 1905 (vol. 11). London: The Echo, 1905; pp. 156-158. Short report on the Socialist movement in the United States by Executive Secretary of the Socialist Party of America William Mailly. Mailly lauds the "rapid and radical" pace of industrial development in the USA, in which the country has been...
Topics: Socialist Party of America, SPA, William Mailly, labor history, radical history, socialism
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"A Short History of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen." by F.P. Sargent [1889] First published in Carroll D. Wright (ed.), Fifth Annual Report of the Commisioner of Labor, 1889: Railroad Labor. (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1890), pp. 40-41. Brief history of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen by the head of the organization, F.P. Sargent. The BLF is best remembered as the organization for which Eugene V. Debs edited the monthly journal, the Locomotive Firemen's...
Topics: Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, BLF, Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, BLF&E,...
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by Willard, Cyrus Field (1858-1942)
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Brotherhood: The Hope of the World by Cyrus Field Willard Article first published in Universal Brotherhood [New York], vol. 13, no. 6 (Sept. 1898), pp. 333-334. Scanned by the Google Books project. PDF file created by Tim Davenport ("Carrite") and uploaded to Archive.org, Oct. 2015. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Theosophism, Theosophy, Socialism, Social Democracy of America
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by G.W. Perkins (editor)
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Cigar Makers' Official Journal Official organ of the Cigar Makers' International Union of America (CMIU) Original copy resides at University of Wisconsin, Madison Scanned as part of the Google Books project, with all rights to this digital image retained by them. No commercial use is permitted by Google. Vol. 33, no. 1 (October 1908) to vol. 36, no. 1 (January 15, 1912) G.W. Perkins, Editor and Publisher Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain
Topics: Organized Labor -- United States -- Periodicals, Cigar Makers' International Union of America,...
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by Konikow, Antionette F. (1869-1946)
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Physician's Manual of Birth Control, by Antionette F. Konikow Pioneering American book on birth control by the author of the 1923 pamphlet Voluntary Motherhood. Self-published in New York by Konikow's Buchholz Publishing Co. in 1931. Konikow, a founding member of the Communist Party of America and Trotskyist political activist, acknowledges Margaret Sanger for inspiration. Published in USA between 1923 and 1978 under copyright, but copyright not renewed. Public domain. This volume scanned by...
Topics: Contraception, coitus interruptus, family planning, Birth Control, Population limitation,...
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"Reply to Dr. Heber Newton"   [Critic of Nationalism in July 1889 issue of The Dawn] by Laurence Gronlund Published in The Nationalist [Boston], vol. 1, no. 5 (Sept. 1889), pp. 158-161. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project. Uploaded to Archive.org in October 2015.
Topics: Socialism — United States, socialist, radical, Nationalism, Bellamyism, Bellamyite, Edward...
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by Charles F. Lummis (ed.)
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Charles F. Lummis, ed. "Los Angeles Athletic Club" in  The Land of Sunshine  [Los Angeles], vol. 5, no. 3 (Aug. 1896). pp. 134-138. Short history of the Los Angeles Athletic Club, established in 1880. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Topics: Civic recreation, Los Angeles, California, LAAC, amateur sports
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by DeLeon, Daniel (1852-1914)
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"The Voice of Madison," by Daniel DeLeon Published in The Nationalist [Boston], vol. 1, no. 4 (Aug. 1889), pp. 120-124. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project. Uploaded to Archive.org in October 2015.
Topics: Nationalism, socialism, municipal ownership, Daniel De Leon, Bellamyism, Edward Bellamy, Theosophy,...
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by Carr, Mary M.
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"Jay Fox: Anarchist of Home," by Mary M. Carr Published in Columbia Magazine, vol. 4, no. 1 (Spring 1990), pp. 3-10. PDF created by Washington State Historical Society. Uploaded to Archive.org, October 2015.
Topics: Anarchism, Anarchist, Syndicalism, Syndicalist, Syndicalist League of North America, SLNA,...
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"Contesting the Status of Relief Workers During the New Deal: The Workers Alliance of America and the Works Progress Administration, 1935-1941," by Chad Alan Goldberg Published in Social Science History, vol. 29, no. 3 (Fall 2005), pp. 337-371. Uploaded to Archive.org to establish a permanent link for a Wikipedia footnote.
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by Gronland, Laurence (1846-1899)
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"Nationalization of Industry," by Laurence Gronlund Published in The Nationalist [Boston], vol. 1, no. 2 (June 1889), pp. 33-36. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project. For a biography of Gronlund, see Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurence_Gronlund
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by Eugene V. Debs
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Verbatim Report of the Lecture Delivered by Eugene V. Debs at Opera House, Fargo, ND, March 6, 1895. Fargo, ND: TLPU/Independent Publishing Co., n.d. [1895]. Specimen in the Indiana State University Debs pamphlets collection bears a handwritten inscription by Debs on the cover reading, “(Taken by a boy and full of errors: E.V.D.)” Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by Indiana State University.
Topics: American Railway Union, ARU, Gene Debs, populism, trade unions, labor unions, craft unions, railway...
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by Oregon Pioneer Association
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Oregon Pioneer Association Transactions for 1882 Transactions of the Tenth Annual Reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association for 1882; and the Annual Address Delivered by Hon. James K. Kelly, Together with the Occasional Address by Hon. F.A. Chenoweth, Remarks by Mrs. A.S. Duniway, and an Historical Letter by Hon. J. Quinn Thornton, LL.D., and Other Matters of Interest. Part of an annual series of pamphlets published by the Oregon Pioneer Association, founded in 1873, following the Oregon...
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by Cox, Jesse
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"Stinted Production," by Jesse Cox Published in The Nationalist [Boston], vol. 1, no. 3 (July 1889), pp. 76-80. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project. Uploaded to Archive.org in October 2015.
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City Authorities Put Into Effect Oregon Criminal Syndicalism Law: War Declared on Local Bolsheviki by Police; Socialist Official is One of Six Arrested Published in Oregon Sunday Journal [Portland], vol. 16, no. 46 (Feb. 9, 1919), pp. 1, 6. Within a week after being signed into law, Oregon's Criminal Syndicalism statute was put into use against members of the Socialist Party of Oregon, with the arrest of six, including State Secretary Harlin Talbert. Four SPA members were arrested on the...
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The Militant Official organ of the Socialist Workers Party Vol. 31, no. 3 (Jan. 16, 1967). Full issue of the official organ of the SWP. This issue includes coverage of the SWP's candidates for mayor of Berkeley (Peter Camejo) and Oakland (Paul Montauk), stripping of Adam Clayton Powell by the Democratic Party from his congressional committee chairmanship, the Oakland hospital strike, strife in the AFL-CIO between George Meany and Walter Reuther, and coverage of the liberation struggles in...
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by Vietnam Veterans Against the War
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Program of Vietnam Veterans Against the War Chicago: VVAW National Office, n.d. [1975]. Sixteen page illustrated organizational program of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War, issued sometime after April 1975. Digitized by Michael Pacifico for Flickr. Converted to pdf by Tim Davenport ("Carrite").
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by Debs, Eugene V. (1855-1926)
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General Benjamin Harrison —  Relentless Foe of Labor:  A Democratic Campaign Speech in   Terre Haute, IN — Oct. 27, 1888 by Eugene V. Debs Published as “Debs on Harrison” in Terre Haute Weekly Gazette, Nov. 1, 1888, part  2, page 1. Copy in Papers of Eugene V. Debs microfilm edition, reel 14. Lengthy stenographic report of a campaign speech made on behalf of Democratic nominee for President Grover Cleveland (!!!) by Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman functionary Eugene V. Debs. Debs...
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by Osborn, Christabel
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"Railway Brotherhoods in the United States," by Christabel Osborn Published in Economic Journal, vol. 8, no. 32 (Dec. 1898), pp. 577-579. Published by:  Wiley  on behalf of the  Royal Economic Society . Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
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Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa, and Lafayette, Wisconsin, Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, and of Many of the Early Settled Familes.  Chicago: J.H. Beers and Co., 1901. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.
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Obituary of Wilhelm Weitling (1808-1871) from the pages of the New York Times, Jan. 27, 1871. Published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
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by Aikens, Andrew Jackson (1828-1909)
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Short biography of Andrew Jackson Aikens (1828-1909) as published in the volume edited by Aikens with Lewis A. Proctor, Men of Progress: Wisconsin: A Selected List of Biographical Sketches and Portraits of the Leaders in Business, Professional, and Official Life... Published in Milwaukee, WI by The Evening Wisconsin Publishing Co., 1897.  The long-time business manager of The Evening Wisconsin, Aikens is credited with the invention of "patent insides," preprinted sheets provided to...
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by Willard, Cyrus Field (1858-1942)
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"The Social Democracy," by Cyrus Field Willard First published in ''The New Time'' [Chicago], vol. 1, no. 6 (November 1897), pp. 337-338. Transcribed and edited by Tim Davenport for 1000 Flowers Publishing, Corvallis, OR. Non-commercial reproduction permitted. Content published in USA prior to 1923, public domain.
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by Ernest Untermann (1864-1956)
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No Compromise with the IWW, by Ernest Untermann Published in St. Louis Labor, whole no. 624 (Jan. 18, 1913), pg. 7. Continuation of the line of opposition to the IWW put forward at the 1910 National Congress of the Socialist Party by Marx-translator Ernest Untermann. Untermann rejects any manifestations of a "false conception of solidarity" between the ballot-oriented Socialists and the anti-political IWW, noting "impossible to avoid the expulsion of individuals who through word...
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by Debs, Eugene V. (1855-1926)
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“Robert G. Ingersoll,” by Eugene V. Debs American Journal of Politics, vol. 2, no. 2 (Feb. 1893), pp. 198-202. Future President of the American Railway Union and Socialist orator Eugene V. Debs memorializes one of his heroes, a man whom he met personally. Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain. Scanned by the Google Books project. Extracted and uploaded to Archive.org by Tim Davenport ("Carrite").
Topics: Ingersoll, agnosticism, agnostics, atheism, atheists, rationalism, rationalists, Gene Debs,...