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How can the story of coal help students understand the nature of today's fossil-fueled world? [...] »

Is your grandfather more likely to be working now than he would have been in 1970? [...] »

Ever considered using mining to teach labor history?... [...] »

More than 6,000 images related to U.S. social conditions and institutions. [...] »

More than 1,000 photographs from the history of the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. [...] »

Written in the form of a drama, this website takes visitors through the Haymarket Affair. [...] »

Learn about labor history through the infamous Bisbee Deportation. [...] »

A collection of resources pertaining to the Westinghouse Works company, including films and articles. [...] »

How did the lumber, flour, sawmill, and farming industries shape Minnesota's future? [...] »

How does an industrial past shape current work and play? How does it affect what professions still exist in cities? [...] »

 
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