Today in Labor History – September 15th

Hundreds of “factory girls” and male supporters from Allegheny City and Pittsburgh marched on the Blackstock mill, one of the largest in the area. There, the women broke down the factory’s pine gates and forcibly expelled the “scab girls” as the male auxiliary stood by to keep the police at bay. The “Battle of Blackstock’s […]

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