Big Bill Haywood and the Radical Union Movement

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Notes to Chapters

Chapter 1: Worker
1.
George Wharton James, Utah: Land of Blossoming Valleys (Boston: 1922), pp. 310-11; William D. Haywood, Bill Haywood's Book: The Auto- biography of William D. Haywood (New York: 1928), pp. 10-13; Dale L. Morgan, "Changing Face of Salt Lake City," Utah Historical Quarterly, XXVII (July, 1959), 216; Leonard J. Arrington, Great Basin Kingdom: Economic History of the Latter Day Saints (Lincoln: 1966).
2.
Salt Lake City Directory for 1869, quoted in Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Tales of a Triumphant People (Salt Lake City: 1947), p. 303.
3.
A Compendium of the Ninth Census, June 1, 1870 (Washington: 1872), pp. 128, 242, 349; William Mulder, "Salt Lake City in 1880: A Census Profile," Utah Historical Quarterly, XXIV (July, 1956), 233-36; Morgan, "Changing Face," 227-28; Bill Haywood's Book, pp. 9, 13, 14, 18; Leonard J. Arrington, "Banking Enterprises in Utah: 1847-1880," Busi- ness History Review (1955), 312-34.
4.
Bill Haywood's Book, pp. 7-8.
5.
Ibid., pp. 8, 10.
6.
Walter R. Crane, Gold and Silver (New York: 1908), pp. 106-107; 107; Leonard J. Arrington, "Abundance from the Earth," Utah Historical Quarterly, XXXI (Summer, 1963), 208.
7.
Bill Haywood's Book, pp. 10-12; Diary of Maggie Tolman Porter, quoted in Tooele City Daughters of Utah Pioneers, History of Tooele County (Salt Lake City: 1961), pp. 377, 379.
8.
Bill Haywood's Book, p. 17.
9.
Mulder, "Census Profile," 236; Bill Haywood's Book, pp. 12, 14-17.
10.
Morgan, "Changing Face," 227-28; Bill Haywood's Book, p. 10.
11.
Dale L. Morgan, The Humboldt: Highroad of the West (New York: 1943), pp. 4-5; Bill Haywood's Book, p. 21; Reproduction of Thompson and West's History of Nevada: 1881 (Berkeley: 1958), pp. 443- 44, 451, 459-60.

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  • Big Bill Haywood and the Radical Union Movement *
  • Big Bill Haywood and the Radical Union Movement *
  • Preface vii
  • Contents *
  • 1 - Worker 1
  • 2 - Unionist 20
  • 3 - Undesirable Citizen 52
  • 4 - The Eminent Man 77
  • 5 - Wobbly 118
  • 6 - Socialist 148
  • 7 - Bête Noire 170
  • 8 - Communist 191
  • 9 - Frustration of a Radical 210
  • Bibliographical Note 215
  • Notes to Chapters 219
  • Index 241
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