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Knights Across the AtlanticThe Knights of Labor in Britain and Ireland$

Steven Parfitt

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781781383186

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781781383186.001.0001

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Crowley, D.W. ‘The Crofters’ Party, 1885–92’, Scottish Historical Review, 35 (1956), pp. 110–26.

Dudden, F. ‘Small Town Knights: The Knights of Labor in Homer, New York,’ Labor History, 28:3 (1987), pp. 307–27.

Duffy, A.E.P. ‘The Eight Hours Day Movement in Britain, 1886–1893,’ The Manchester School, 36:4 (1968), pp. 203–22.

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Fink, L. ‘The New Labor History and the Powers of Historical Pessimism: Consensus, Hegemony, and the Case of the Knights of Labor,’ Journal of American History, 75:1 (1988), pp. 115–32.

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Gerteis, J. ‘The Possession of Civic Virtue: Movement Narratives of Race and Class in the Knights of Labor,’ American Journal of Sociology, 108 (2002), pp. 580–615.

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——. ‘“Wobblers”: Single Taxers in the Labour Movement, Melbourne 1889–1899,’ Historical Studies, 21:83 (1984), pp. 174–96.

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——. ‘The Midland Counties Trades Federation, 1886–1914,’ Midland History, 1:3 (1972), pp. 26–40.

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——. ‘Evolution of a Working-class Vocabulary,’ Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Labour History, 21 (1970), p. 15.

PhD Theses

Blackburn, S.C. Sweated Labour and the Minimum Wage: A Case Study of the Women Chainmakers of Cradley Heath, South Staffordshire, 1850–1950 (University of London, 1984).

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