On November 13, 1909, at the Cherry Mine in Cherry, Illinois, a coal car filled with hay for the mules who worked underground rolled down a track. Earlier that week,.
D.W. Griffith's 1909 film about how much it sucked when Progressive Era women with gargantuan hats sat in front of you at the theater.
On October 1, 1910, International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers member James McNamara blew up the Los Angeles Times building because the paper's publisher, Harrison Gray Otis, was.
On August 3, 1913, the Wheatland Riot took place in California, leading to four deaths, including two workers and two law enforcement agents. A burst of violence caused by the.
On June 7, 1913, the supporters of the Industrial Workers of the World led textile worker strike in Paterson, New Jersey held the Paterson Strike Pageant at Madison Square Garden.
Good advice. Date unknown, but early 20th century.
On May 12, 1902, coal miners in Pennsylvania's anthracite fields went on strike. There were many strikes in the coal fields during the Gilded Age, but this one has special.
This collection of cat images used during the suffrage movement is outstanding. Thanks to djw for sending this my way.