Unions Turn Violent Presentation & Source Analysis Activity (U.S. History) In this common-core activity students will learn about three different strikes from the union movement during the American Industrial Revolution: The Homestead Strike, The Pullman Strike and the Haymarket Affair. An engaging presentation is included that includes film clips, pair-share questions, class and a formative assessment. Students will analyze two different perspectives of the Homestead Strike. TES
Needlework Economies. Published 1919. A book of Making and Mending with Oddments and Scraps. Preface: War is a hard, stern teacher, and its lessons are bitter in the learning; yet some of its teaching we badly needed - and not the least important of its many lessons is the one it inculcated on the criminality of waste.
10 Wild Plants You Can Eat **Do NOT eat the flower stems of dandelion. Glue in stick form, really bitter. Remove all stem, the rest is really good for you and the roots can help prevent kidney stones, and clear deposits from pill coatings out of the liver. Change the water after 5 min., to remove bitter taste. It's still packed with vitamins. Flower heads make a great wine.
Henry Clay Frick (December 19, 1849 – December 2, 1919) was founder of H. C. Frick & Company, chairman of Carnegie Steel, and a major player in the formation of U.S. Steel. He also financed the Pennsylvania and Reading Railroads, and owned real estate throughout the state of Pennsylvania. He was known for his anti-union polices and his actions in the Homestead Steel Strike in 1892 where nine workers were killed. The anarchist Alexander Berkman attempted to murder him.