bibliography of American labor union history.

  • 64 Pages
  • 4.46 MB
  • 3073 Downloads
  • English
by
Cornell University, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations] , [Ithaca
Labor unions -- United States -- Bibliogr

Places

United S

Other titlesAmerican labor union history.
GenreBibliography.
SeriesBibliography series,, no. 2
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ7164.T7 N45
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL215241M
LC Control Numbera 58009618
OCLC/WorldCa2228027

American Federation of Labor. American Federation of Labor: History, Encyclopedia, Reference Book () pp online edition; Beik, Millie, ed. Labor Relations: Major Issues in American History () over annotated primary documents () Commons, John R.

A Documentary History of American Industrial Society vol 8. Bibliography to American Worker CHAPTER ONE Baker, Mary Roys. "Anglo‑Massachusetts Trade Union Roots, ‑" Labor History, 14, (), ‑ Ballagh, James C.

White Servitude in the Colony of Virginia. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, Blassingame, John W. The Slave Community. New York: Oxford University Press, Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neufeld, Maurice F. Bibliography of American labor union history.

[Ithaca, Cornell University, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations] The paper “ The Great Depression and the Labor Union Movement in America" is an impressive example of an annotated bibliography on history. Murray, R.() in the book "America's Great Depression" analyzes the American great depression as the classic treatise the root causes of the depression.

Bibliography of the history of the Latin-American labor and trade union movements. [New York] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Institute for Marxist Studies. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title.

Description: 16 leaves 28 cm. Series Title: American Institute for Marxist Studies. This book should still be the foundation for any future reads on American Labor Union history.

Just go into it that it is biased towards Unions and other books bring out blemishes in this timeline. This edition was also a book of its time (late 50's early 60's) and has some lines that are considered racially insensitive by:   Labor History Labor History publishes original research in labor history, studies of specific unions and of the impact of labor problems upon ethnic and minority groups, the nature of work and class life, theories of the labor movement, biographical portraits of important labor figures, comparative studies and analyses of foreign labor movements that shed light on American labor developments.

History of American Labor Joseph G. Rayback. out of 5 stars 3. Kindle Edition. Darrow's defense of Big Bill Haywood, an early union organizer. Source notes are given, as is a item "Selected Bibliography," consisting of both print and Web documents.

This is certainly not a book that students will pick up for fun. This is a good /5(4). The book The New Labor Press: Journalism for a Changing Union Movement discusses contemporary union newspapers, speculating on the possibilities of a national labor paper and what it might accomplish for the labor movement.

Most compelling are two essays about labor and community. The only book of its kind in the field of Afro-American labor studies, this introductory reference surveys the diverse field of Afro-American labor literature from the end of the Civil War to the present. Over ninety percent of the entries have been annotated.

Labor History Bibliography Project, Directed by Kenneth Wolensky, Pennsylvania Labor History Society and the Pennsylvania Historical Association. January [Updated December ] [The various categories are listed in alphabetical order] African American Labor Bezís-Selfa, John. Chomsky's Recommended Labor History Books List The following is a book list on Labor History made from the references in Noam Chomsky's books.

See the home page for details. the American trade unionism in the twentieth century also includes little in. the way of social or cultural history; the attitudes, norms and attitudes of.

American workers — which carry explanatory power — are missing. Yet, this is. a book to be greatly admired and recommended. Lichtenstein has tackled in. Labor history is American history, global history, business history, women's history, and African-American history, etc.

Details bibliography of American labor union history. PDF

So any thorough search on a topic would include a search on JSTOR and other academic library search engines for the appropriate articles in the field. Other Handy Resources. Bibliography: ‘40 Books about Labor for Children and Youth,’ (PDF) offered through the Wisconsin Labor History Society by kind permission of the Cooperative Children’s Book Center of the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Bibliography: ‘A Handful of Recommended LABOR HISTORY BOOKS FOR KIDS.’ (PDF). In addition to taking the narrative right up to the present, a recent history that includes the election of as well as the tumultuous blow suffered by the U.S.

and world economy inthis eighth edition features an entirely new (fourth) bank of photographs and, in light of the avalanche of new scholarly work over the last decade, a.

The labor history of the United States describes the history of organized labor, US labor law, and more general history of working people, in the United ing in the s, unions became important components of the Democratic historians question why a Labor Party did not emerge in the United States, in contrast to Western Europe.

Bibliography. This selective bibliography includes books, dissertations, theses, and articles about the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, as well as union histories and Congressional testimony by the members, staff, and officers of the ILGWU.

"The Problem of Race in American Labor History." Reviews in American History The American Federation of Labor (AFL) was a national federation of labor unions in the United States founded in Columbus, Ohio, in December by an alliance of craft unions disaffected from the Knights of Labor, a national labor union.

Samuel Gompers of the Cigar Makers' International Union was elected president at its founding convention and reelected every year, except one, until his Predecessor: Federation of Organized Trades and. I — Bibliography of Mexican Labor, short entries II — Bibliography of Mexican Labor, reviews Cuauhtemoc Ruiz is a supporter of the Euzkadi rubber workers union.

His book is a short history of the Euzkadi rubber workers union, a union which has played an important role in the militant and democratic currents of the Mexican labor movement.

The book includes source notes and selected bibliography and lists books and websites for further investigation. You can find this book for FREE at the library or for sale on Amazon.

No one book can cover all aspects of labor history. Others to consider are: Strike: The Farmer Workers’ Fight For Their Rights () by Larry Dane Brimmer.

This book is an excellent introduction to the history of the use of private and public police forces in American labor disputes. It is excellent companion to the movie Matewan by John Sayles. It discusses the use of Baldwin Felts agents as well as national guard, two issues that arise in the Mother Jones film and are covered in her.

selections. The "Introduction" option is a short descriptive essay on the events during and after the Triangle fire."Writing a High School Research Paper" is a brief and informative introduction to students writing a class paper and includes a section on the difference between a primary and secondary source and a timely warning to students to avoid plagiarism.

Hindman, Hugh D. Child Labor an American History. M.E. Sharpe, This book would also be a good resource for teachers to build background knowledge. The author uses photographs from Lewis Hine's investigations for the National Child Labor Committee as well as the File Size: KB.

Surveys. Arnesen, Eric, ed. Encyclopedia of U.S. Labor and Working-Class History (), pp; articles by experts excerpt and text search Beard, Mary Ritter.

A Short History of the American Labor Movement - pages online edition; Beik, Millie, ed. Labor Relations: Major Issues in American History () over annotated primary documents excerpt and text search.

References for shorters hours and American Labor history The Labor Project for Working Families - advocacy and policy organization providing technical assistance, resources, and education to unions and union members on family issues in the workplace including: Childcare, Elder care, Family leave, Work hours, Quality of life.

lager unions.

Description bibliography of American labor union history. FB2

The first of these was the National Labor Union formed in This organization helped persuade congress to set a Federal eight-hour workday, which applied to government employees (Illinois Labor History Society).

New groups continued to form during this era including the Knights of Labor and the American Federation of Labor (AFL).File Size: 75KB. This book documents the life of Big Bill Haywood as leader of the Western Federation of Miners and the Industrial Workers of the World.

Strike.

Download bibliography of American labor union history. EPUB

by Jeremy Brecher, South End Press. The book describes the explosive history of the struggles of American labor. Despite its anarcho-syndicalist slant, it documents the enormous power of the rank and file. A comprehensive bibliography of information, documents and links of U.S.

labor history sites developed by the Labor and Working Class History Association. The Union Movement's Proud Past Information from the AFL-CIO's website, including biographies of labor leaders, timeline of labor history milestones, labor history links, and : Danielle Nista.

The Most Famous Labor Union in History. In the history of America's trade and labor unions, the most famous union remains the American Federation of Labor (AFL), founded in by Samuel Gompers.

At its pinnacle, the AFL had approximately million members. (There is a useful "further reading" appendix, though no bibliography, and there are no footnotes.) To the credit of the authors, it's a far quicker read than its nearly five hundred pages would suggest, Neither a history of capitalism nor the working class, but rather "the story of workers' responses to capitalism's development," Labor in /5.Nelson Lichtenstein's "State of the Union: A Century of American Labor" (Princeton Universityfirst out in ) has seen the future and it is Los Angeles.

Organizers of local Latino workers.This directory updates work done in the early s by the Wagner Labor Archives in New York City. A survey then conducted identified "archivists, librarians, and labor union staff who are collecting manuscripts, audio-visual materials, and artifacts that document the history of the trade union movement in the United States.".