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American workingclass culture : explorations in American labor and social history / edited by Milton Cantor.


Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1979.
ISBN 0313206112, 9780313206115

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Other Authors Cantor, Milton.
Subjects États-Unis -- Conditions sociales.
Social conditions
Travailleurs -- États-Unis.
United States -- Social conditions.
United States.
Working class -- United States.
Working class.
Series Contributions in labor history ; no. 7.
Description vi, 441 pages ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / Milton Cantor -- A gathering of strangers? Mobility, social structure, and political participation in the formation of nineteenth-century American workingclass culture / Charles Stephenson -- Workingclass culture and politics in the Industrial Revolution : sources of loyalism and rebellion / Alan Dawley and Paul Faler -- The crowd in Philadelphia history : a comparative perspective / Michael Feldberg -- "Nothing on compulsion" : life styles of Philadelphia artisans, 1820-1850 / Bruce Laurie -- Cultural aspects of the Industrial Revolution : Lynn, Massachusetts, shoemakers and industrial morality, 1826-1860 / Paul Faler -- Labor, capital, and community : the struggle for power / John T. Cumbler -- Women, work, and protest in the early Lowell Mills : "The oppressing hand of avarice would enslave us" / Thomas Dublin -- The position of workers in a textile community : Fall River in the early 1880s / Philip T. Silvia, Jr. -- Patterns of resistance to industrial capitalism, Pawtucket Village and the strike of 1824 / Gary B. Kulik -- Statistics and the writing of workingclass culture : a statistical portrait of the iron workers in Troy, New York, 1860-1880 / Daniel J. Walkowitz -- The labor boycott in New York City, 1880-1886 / Michael A. Gordon -- Immigration and modernization : the case of Slavic peasants in industrial America / John Bodnar -- Varieties of workingclass experience : the workingmen of Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1855-1885 / Samuel Walker -- Immigrants in the new South : Italians in Louisiana's sugar parishes, 1880-1910 / Jean Ann Scarpaci -- Community change and caucasian attitudes toward the Chinese : the case of two California mining towns, 1850-1870 / Ralph Mann.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4491805
(OCoLC)ocm04491805
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