The Industrial Worker in Pennsylvania, 1800-1840

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
The following symbols have been used to indicate the location of manuscript collections, newspaper files, etc.:
HSP : Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Phila.
HSWP : Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh.
PSL : State Library of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg.
RBL : Library Company of Philadelphia, Ridgway Branch, Phila.
LC : Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.
NA : National Archives, Washington, D. C.
PRD : Public Records Division of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.
1. 1. MANUSCRIPT MATERIALS.
Bakewell -- Page Collection -- HSWP.
Canal Papers, Uncatalogued -- PRD.
Captains Letter Book -- NA.
Denny -- O'Hara Papers -- HSWP.
Frazer Collection -- Uncatalogued -- PRD.
Haldeman Papers -- Uncatalogued -- PRD.
Letters from the Commandant of Philadelphia Navy Yard -- NA.
Letters from Navy Agents Philadelphia -- NA.
Miscellaneous Letters -- HSP.
Morris James B., Diary of Daily Notes of the Weather together with the events of the Neighbourhood, etc., Morgantown, 1837-1842, 3 vols. in the manuscript collections of the Berks County Historical Society.
Union Canal Company Papers -- Uncatalogued -- Berks County Historical Society.
Van Buren Papers -- LC.
2. 2. MANUSCRIPT ACCOUNT BOOKS EXAMINED.
Agreement made and agreed upon this 16th day of March 1822 between Nathan Edwards of the one part and Joseph Jones of the other -- Berks County Historical Society.
Alsace Furnace Day Book and Journal -- Berks County Historical Society.
Birdborough Forge Day Book -- Berks County Historical Society.
Blotter Brandywine Iron Works -- Offices of the Lukens Steel Co., Coatesville, Pa.
Blotter and Pay Roll Triadelphia Iron Works -- Offices of the Lukens Steel Co., Coatesville, Pa.
Bond and Yardley, Contractors Account Book -- Bucks County Historical Society.
Book Containing Statement of the Supervisor of Roads -- PRD.
Brandywine Iron Works Ledger -- Offices of the Lukens Steel Co., Coatesville, Pa.
Thomas Bull Esquires Book -- Berks County Historical Society.
Simon Cameron Day Book -- Dauphin County Historical Society.
Charming Forge Day Book -- Berks County Historical Society.

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  • Title Page i
  • PENNSYLVANIA HISTORICAL AND MUSEUM COMMISSION ii
  • Preface iii
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS vii
  • I - THE INDUSTRIAL SETTING 1
  • II - THE WAGE EARNERS 29
  • III - THE WAGE EARNERS -- PART II 59
  • IV - GROWTH OF TRADE UNIONS 85
  • V - LABOR ORGANIZATION DURING THE AGE OF JACKSON 99
  • VI - THE SKILLED ARTISANS AND INDUSTRIAL STRIFE 119
  • VII - LABOR STRIFE AMONG THE UNSKILLED WAGE EARNERS 145
  • VIII - LABOR AND POLITICS DURING THE JACKSON ERA 159
  • IX - THE WAGE EARNERS AND SOCIAL REFORM 209
  • Appendix A 217
  • Bibliography 235
  • Index 247
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