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Fund for Labor Culture and History Occasional Paper No. 1

Labor's Many Languages: A Bibliography of American Workers' Speech Revised and Expanded

Compiled, with an introduction by Patrick Huber, University of Missouri-Rolla with the assistance of Alida C. Field, Notre Dame de Namur University, Belmont, CA and Thomas J. Carey, San Francisco Public Library. February 2001. Revised January 2004.

Labor's Many Languages

Fund for Labor Culture and History Occasional Paper No. 2

Labor and the Historic Preservation Process,Tim Kelley, May 2003

Labor and the Historic Preservation Process

Fund for Labor Culture and History Occasional Paper No. 3

The Asbestos Workers' Salamander, Tom Lemmon, December 2003

The Asbestos Workers' Salamander

Fund for Labor Culture and History Occasional Paper No. 4

Crime Against Memory at Ludlow Reprinted from the journal, Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Spring 2004), James Green, August 2004.

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Fund for Labor Culture and History Occasional Paper No. 5

Where Is the Lowell Factory Girl? A Tangled Yarn From The Textile Mills, Norm Cohen, May 2005

Lowell Factory Girl

 

P.L. 94-201 - A View From The Lobby

by Archie Green, January 18, 1976, Austin, Texas

P.L. 94-201 - A View From The Lobby

 
 

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