Mary Harris "Mother" Jones (August 1837 – November was a American schoolteacher and dressmaker who became a prominent labor and community organizer, who helped coordinate major strikes and co-founded the Industrial Workers of the World.
Mary Harris "Mother" Jones began the "Children's Crusade" - accompanied by child mine and mill workers, she walked from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Pres. Theodore Roosevelt's home in New York State to protest the plight of child laborers - 1903
Labor organizer Mother Jones worked tirelessly for economic justice. While her opponents called her the “most dangerous woman in America,” fellow organizer Elizabeth Gurley Flynn called Jo
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Super Spinach Salad for Two Recipe -Thanks to this recipe, an elegant salad is a cinch to make. Good-for-you spinach is the perfect backdrop for salty bacon bits and tangy balsamic vinaigrette. Mary Harris - Shively, Kentucky
Radical Labor History: Mother Jones (the woman, not the magazine) Mary Harris "Mother" Jones was an extremely radical labor organizer who was "born in revolution" in Cork County, Ireland in 1837. A d...