Labor Day’s violent roots: How a worker revolt on the B&O Railroad left 100 people dead – Washington Post

Labor Day's violent roots: How a worker revolt on the B&O Railroad left 100 people dead
Washington Post
The strike disrupted the B&O, the Erie and the Pennsylvania railroads, swept up miners, iron workers, longshoremen and canal boatmen, and touched places as far apart as Worcester, Mass., and San Francisco, as far south as Nashville and Galveston, Tex

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