The Challenge of Interracial Unionism: Alabama Coal Miners, 1878-1921

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Index
Absenteeism, 47, 51-52, 139, 162, 172, 241 (n. 49), 252 (n. 42)
Adams, Oscar166-67, 168, 181, 186, 187
Adamsville, 142, 147
Adger, 98, 99, 104-5, 112, 207 (n. 3). See also Blue Creek
African Americans. See Blacks
Agricultural Wheel, 72, 96
Alabama & Chattanooga Railroad, 9, 14
Alabama Coal Operators' Association (ACOA), 174, 249 (n. 19); and 1908 strike, 147, 148, 149, 245 (n. 74); Central Labor Bureau of, 162; and corporate welfare programs, 163, 164; and effects of World War I on labor situation, 175, 179; declines to recognize UMW, 177; dealings with miners in aftermath of World War I, 184, 185; and 1920-21 strike, 186, 187; Alabama Safety Association estabfished by, 248 (n. 16)
Alabama Consolidated Coal and Iron Company, 19, 141, 145, 146
Alabama Fuel and Iron Company, 161, 248 (n. 7)
Alabama Great Southern Railroad, 26
Alabama legislature, 13-14, 148; and convict lease system, 49, 50; GLP and, 64, 65, 216 (n. 4), 219 (n. 25); Populists in, 97; passes antiboycott bill, 141
Alabama Miners' Protective Association, 95
Alabama National Guard, 186
Alabama Sentinel, 44, 70, 90, 118, 224 (n. 59), 226-27 (n. 3); on company housing, 42; on convict lease system, 49; on interracialism among workers, 76, 78, 79, 80, 92-93; and white supremacy, 81, 93, 94-95; denies Knights promote "social equality" 81-82, 83, 225 (n. 71); on common interests of workers and operators, 85; supports "Workingman's' Democrats, 97, 98, 229 (n. 32)
Alabama State Federation of Labor, 128, 170
Alabama True Issue, 65
Alabama Union Labor Party, 96
Aldrich, Truman H., 15-16
Aldrich, 69, 76
Alexander, Joe, 41
Alice and Mary Pratt furnaces, 16
Allen, J. T., 133
Altoona, 134
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 90, 103, 128, 175, 176, 182, 226 (n. 1)
American Federationist, 160
American Railroad Union, 109
Anderson, Albert B., 184
Anti-Convict League, 53
Arcadia, 140
Armes, Ethel, 164, 249 (n. 19)
Arnesen, Eric, 5
AtlantaJournal, 228 (n. 14)
Ayers, Edward, 155
Bacon, Don H., 141-42, 162
Bankhead, J. H., 97
Baptist Church, 32
Baptist Leader, 167-68
Barrett, Edward W., 245 (n. 74)
Baxter, Nathaniel, 19
Bayview, 163
Bell, J. S., 241 (n. 48)
Bennett, Alex, 133
Bergen, J. H., 103, 120, 121

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps viii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Rise of The Birmingham District 9
  • 2 - The World of The Alabama Coal Miners 31
  • 4 - The United Mine Workers in The Populist Era 89
  • 5 - The United Mine Workers in the Age Of Segregation 125
  • 6 - The United Mine Workers in The World War I Era 157
  • Epilogue 191
  • Notes 195
  • Selected Bibliography 257
  • Index 277
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