Today in Labor History – July 12th

Deportation at Bisbee, Arizona Members of the shoemakers’ union went on trial in New York City for striking to win a raise. They were fined $1 each. – 1810 Oscar W. Neebe, founder of the Beer Wagon Drivers Union (later the Teamsters Union) was born. Neebe was one of Haymarket martyrs, executed for his “role […]

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