4 edition of An Historical bibliography of Washington state labor and laboring classes found in the catalog.
An Historical bibliography of Washington state labor and laboring classes
by Jonathan Dembo & Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO in Seattle
Written in English
|Statement||by Jonathan Dembo.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 239 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Seattle, Washington, USA. This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Under Beck's reign, the Council stayed fairly aloof from politics, endorsing moderate pro-labor Democrats and spurning the leftist coalitions that fought for local and state offices. The fourth stage of the Council's history, its reentry into local politics, began with .
Few if any aspects of the Northwest’s political and labor history have been so thoroughly documented as the region’s most radical era, from the s to the First World War. Books and articles have highlighted such topics as the rise of Washington State Magazine:: Connecting you to Washington State University -- the state -- the world. Each year, the Washington State Historical Society bestows awards honoring the work that advances the Society's mission "to make the study of history in Washington illuminating and inspiring." The Annual Meeting includes the Curtiss Hill Memorial Lecture, a presentation by a selected historian.
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Get this from a library. An Historical bibliography of Washington state labor and laboring classes. [Jonathan Dembo]. 1 A History of the Washington State Labor Movement,by Jonathan Dembo. (Ph. Dissertation, University of Washington, ) 2 vols.
2 An Historical Bibliography of Washington State Labor and Laboring Classes, by Jonathan Dembo. (Seattle, WA: Jonathan Dembo with the assistance of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, © An Historical bibliography of Washington state labor and laboring classes.
By Jonathan Dembo Topics: Labor movementAuthor: Jonathan Dembo. An Historical bibliography of Washington state labor and laboring classes American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations pamphlets, a bibliography and subject index to the pamphlets held in the AFL-CIO Library American women and the labor movement, an annotated bibliography Biographical dictionary.
1 Dembo, Jonathan, “Washington State Labor Politics during World War II”, Journal of the West, Vol. 25, No. 3 (July ): 2 Dembo, Jonathan. An Historical Bibliography of Washington State Labor and Laboring Classes, (Seattle, WA: Jonathan Dembo with the assistance of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, © [Washington State Labor Research Grant, ] Login Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies - University of Washington Smith Hall, Rooms M & M Box Seattle, WA Telephone: E-mail: [email protected] Articles & Research Databases Literature on your research topic and direct access to articles online, when available at UW.; E-Journals Alphabetical list of electronic journal titles held at UW.; Encyclopedias & Dictionaries Resources for looking up quick facts and background information.; E-Newspapers, Media, Maps & More Recommendations for finding news, audio/video, Author: Cass Hartnett.
Washington State Labor From the Great Depression to the Cold War: A Bibliography of Published and Unpublished Sources, Dembo, Jonathan, () I intend this bibliography as a guide to historical research in the Washington State labor history from the Great Depression to the Cold War.
The most extensive bibliography for the working-class press is Dirk Hoerder's, The Immigrant Labor Press in North America, ss. An annotated bibliography, these three volumes include introductory essays as well as detailed information on publication dates, frequency of publication, language, circulation (when available), and the.
Seattle’s Labor History Highlights by James Gregory. Few cities make use of labor history the way Seattle does. The city proudly recognizes struggles like the Seattle General Strike of and the WTO “Battle of Seattle” as part of what makes the region famous and important. A Bibliography of Washington State Labor, Laboring Classes, Radical, Political and Social Movements by Jonathan Dembo The Ethnic Experience in Western Mining History: An Examination of the Rosenblum Thesis by Gerald Rosenblum, Immigrant Workers: Their Impact on American Radicalism.
AAAHRP holds an annual conference each February featuring significant research on Washington state black history topics. The Seattle Open Housing Campaign, Digital Document Library Seattle Municipal Archives.
NAACP History and Geography (Mapping American Social Movements) Bibliography. A Bibliography of Washington State Labor, Laboring Classes, Radical, Political and Social Movements by Jonathan Dembo The Ethnic Experience in Western Mining History: An Examination of the Rosenblum Thesis by Gerald Rosenblum, Immigrant Workers: Their Impact on American Radicalism Writing B[ritish].C[olumbia].
Historical Note In unions throughout the state sent delegates to the first Washington Labor Congress. In the Labor Congress decided to form a permanent executive board, change the organization’s name to the Washington State Federation of Labor (WSFL), and affiliate with the American Federation of Labor.
Thereafter, only AFL unions. Washington state is privileged to be able to view this era not just in black and white but also in the rich colors and vivid action scenes that were the special gift of watercolor artist Ronald Debs "Ray" Ginther.
Ginther produced more than 80 paintings that are now owned by the Washington State Historical Society. The Labor and Working-Class History Association (LAWCHA) is a non-profit association of academics, educators, students, and labor movement and other activists that promotes research into and publication of materials on the history of the labor movement in North and South current president is James Gregory, professor of history at University of Washington.
An Historical bibliography of Washington state labor and laboring classes. Dembo, Jonathan, () Historical Records of Washington State. All branches of the Washington State Library are currently closed to the public.
Questions received via email and voicemail will still be answered. For those needing physical collection resources, we will respond as soon as staff return to the library. Filed under: Labor movement -- New York (State) Official Journal and Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Session of the Congress of the Knights of Labor, New York State, Held at Albany, N.Y., Janu 15, nd 16, (), by Knights of Labor, New York State (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Labor movement -- Newspapers.
An alternative thesis maintains that the idea of Labor Day was the brainchild of Peter J. McGuire, a vice president of the American Federation of Labor, who put forward the initial proposal in the spring of According to McGuire, on May 8,he made a proposition to the fledgling Central Labor Union in New York City that a day be set aside for a "general holiday for the laboring classes".The Blood of Guatemala: A History of Race and Nation.
Durham, NC: Duke University Press, Grandin’s sprawling history of the place of the indigenous K’iche community in modern Guatemala covers two centuries from the mid th to the mid th century. It’s an urban history that examines the transformation of Quetzaltenango into a.An Historical bibliography of Washington state labor and laboring clas Jonathan Dembo Read.
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