Algie Martin Simons, Social Forces in American History
Communism in Washington State
History and Memory Project, 1919-2002
International Ladies Garment Workers
Union Photographs (1885-1985)
Labor Press Project
"This site brings together information about the history and ongoing influence of newspapers and periodicals published by unions, labor councils, and radical organizations in the Pacific Northwest . Labor media have been a critical part of American labor movements since the early 19th century and an equally critical, if largely unacknowledged, part of the history of American journalism."
The Labor and Radical Press
1820-the Present: An Overview and Bibliography
in the Library of Congress Collection
The Official Web Page of the United Farm Workers
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Port Chicago Naval Magazine Explosion, 1944
Online Documents Concerning Port Chicago Explosion. The worst homefront disaster of World War II and its aftermath and an act of resistance by fifty African American munitions loaders. In late March of 1999, a docu-drama based on the Port Chicago incident -- titled The Mutiny -- was aired by NBC.
Ruth Young Jandreau
"1940s prominent trade union activist"
U.S. Labor and Industrial History
World Wide Web, audio archive