Beyond Labor's Veil: The Culture of the Knights of Labor

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List of Abbreviations
AFLAmerican Federation of Labor
AKAdelphon Kruptos
BLEBrotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
CAILChurch Association in the Interests of Labor
CIOCongress of Industrial Organizations
CLUCentral Labor Union
CMIUCigar Makers International Union
CMPUCigarmakers' Progressive Union of North America
DADistrict Assembly
FOTLUFederation of Trade and Labor Unions
GAGeneral Assembly
GEBGeneral Executive Board
GMWGeneral Master Workman
ITUInternational Typographical Union
IWWIndustrial Workers of the World
JKL Journal of the Knights of Labor
JUL Journal of United Labor
KOLKnights of Labor
LALocal Assembly
NLUNational Labor Union
PPThe Papers of Terence Powderly
PPHPPorter-Phelps- Huntington Papers
S.O.M.A."Secrecy, obedience, and mutual assistance"
UMWJ United Mine Workers Journal
WCTUWomen's Christian Temperance Union

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Abbreviations vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Lights in Ritual 19
  • 2 - Labor Is Noble and Holy 67
  • 3 - Storm the Fort 103
  • 4 - Solidarity, Segmentation, And Sentimentality 145
  • 5 - Victoria's Sons And Daughters? 195
  • 6 - Symbols of Solidarity/ Images of Conflict 231
  • 7 - Knights of Labor Knights of Leisure 277
  • Conclusion - Do I Contradict Myself? Very Well Then I Contradict Myself 321
  • Select Bibliography 329
  • Index 339
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