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This index also includes references to substantive annotations in volume one that are not repeated here; for instance, the reference to the New York City Central Labor Federation annotation in volume one, appears in this index as 1:379n

M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ

M  (Asterisks indicate glossary entries)

McBride, John,* 32n, 72-75, 78, 127, 411-14; letter from, 30-32

McBryde, Patrick,* 221, 222n; letter to, 255-56

McCord, P. See McCord, William H.

McCord, William H., 332, 337n

McCounder, John, 332

McCullough, John, 331, 336n

McCullough, John H., 1:112n, 331, 336n

McDonnell, Joseph P.,* 29n, 156, 184, 214, 241; letters to, 28-29, 137

McGlynn, Edward,* 369, 371n

McGregor, Hugh,* 66, 69n, 99, 106, 276

McGuire, Patrick C., 332, 338n

McGuire, Peter J.,* 23n, 24n, 26n, 70-72, 75, 77-79, 103, 111, 133, 156, 165-66, 170, 206n, 215, 217, 219, 230, 232, 243, 259, 272, 316, 376, 411-13, 423-24; and Bingham House Conference, 181; and Haymarket defendants, 55n; and secretaryship of AFL, 180, 186-87; SG, criticisms of, 27, 29-30, 38; letters from, 27-30, 38, 129, 178-79, 199, 218, 228; letters to, 23-25, 99, 183-84, 186-88, 194-95, 198-201, 204-5, 209-10, 212-13, 290-91

McGuire, Thomas B.,* 18, 331-32, 336n, 341-42

McHenry, J. M. See McHenry, Michael J.

McHenry, Michael J., 66, 68, 68n, 75

Machinery, in cigar industry, 124-25

Machinists, International Association of. See Machinists, National Association of

Machinists, National Association of,* 297n, 409

Machinists, racial discrimination among, 296-97, 297n, 409-11

Machinists' Union of America, International,* 297n; convention, 1891 (New York), 413n

McKenna, Delegate. See McKiernan, Michael F.

McKiernan, Michael F., 14, 15n

McKinney, William H., 139n; letter to, 138-39

McLaughlin, Daniel,* 66-67, 69n, 79, 243

McMackin, John,* 369, 371n

MacNair, William, 332, 337n

McNaire, William. See MacNair, William

McNeill, George E.,* 163, 184, 184n, 188, 188n, 264, 267,270-71, 288, 381, 382n, 413-14, 416; letter to, 248-49

McPherson, John, 332, 337n

McVey, George, H.,* 55, 55n, 370

McWilliams, J.: letter to, 89-90

Maher, Edward, 301, 304

Malley, James, 8, 11n

Mann, Thomas,* 352, 353n, 399, 407

Mansion, Joseph R., 12, 13n

Manual of Common Procedure (AFL), 142, 142n, 202-3

Marble, Slate Workers, and Tile Layers' Union 2711 (Pittsburgh and Allegheny, Pa.), 217n

Marble Cutters, Reliance Labor Club of, 337n

Marble Polishers, Whitestone Association of, 337n

Marden, William H.,* 23, 24n

Marron, Thomas, 332

March, Albert, 149, 150n, 156

Marshall, Matthew, 284-86, 286n

Martin, William,* 76, 79, 79-80n, 243, 269, 283; letters to, 81, 429-30

Marx, Karl, 1:43, 159n, 426

Massachusetts State Board of Arbitration, 24n

Massachusetts State Federation of Labor, 269, 272n

Mass Meeting at Clarendon Hall (New York): letter to, 151

Master Builders, National Association of. See Builders of the U.S., National Association of

Mattill, Henry, 319n; letter to, 318-19

Mechanics' lien law (New York), 5, 10-11n

Mellen, James H., 48, 50n

Mems (British labor leader), 352

Menche, Adam,* 288n, 410; letter to, 287-88

Merritt, Charles L., 22n; letter from, 20-22

Metal workers, 110-12, 115-16

Metal Workers' National Union of North America,* 110-12, 111n, 115-16, 235

Metcalf, Henry B., 325, 326n

Mettee, Charles H., 66, 69n

Meyer, George W. See Murray, George E.

Milholland, Chief Inspector, 343

Miller, Charles L., 332, 338n

Miller, Hugo A.,* 25, 25n

Miller, Isaac B., 74-75, 76n

Milwaukee Federated Trades Council, 65, 68n

Miners, 30-31, 91, 92n, 220-21

Miners' Amalgamated Association, Ohio, 72n

Miners and Mine Laborers, National Federation of,* 30-31, 32n, 35, 51, 67; convention, 1887 (Indianapolis), 51, 51n

Miners and Mine Laborers, National Progressive Union of,* 221, 222n, 235, 256. See also Miners and Mine Laborers, National Federation of

Miners' and Mine Laborers' Amalgamated Association of Pennsylvania, 1:391n, 32n, 92n

Miners' Benevolent and Protective Association of Illinois, Coal, 51

Mine Workers of America, United:* and eight-hour movement (1891), 163-64, 290, 318, 413-16, 430; district 20, 414n

Mingo Junction strike. See Strikes and lockouts: iron and steel workers (1887, Mingo Junction)

"Mistakes of Gompers," 97

Mitchell, William P., 244, 245n

"More," 151, 302-3, 313

Morgan, Elizabeth C.,* 176n; letter to, 175-76

Morgan, Thomas J.,* 398, 400, 405-6, 408n, 410-12, 415-16, 422, 426, 429; addresses by, 402-5, 420

Morrison, John (Home Club critic), 1:*, 23n

Morrison, John (organ maker), 66

Most, Johann,* 384, 385n

Moxley, James F., 409, 410n

Mulvey, Joseph, 245

Murray, George E. (housepainter), 332, 336n

Murray, Mr. (cigarmaker), 331

Musical Protective Union of New York, Mutual, 37, 37n

Musical Union, Baltimore, 228n

Musicians, National League of, 37n

Musicians' union, 235

Musicians' union (Pittsburgh), 341

Mystic Tie Association of Sash, Door, and Blindmakers, 337n

N

National Trade Assembly 135.* See Knights of Labor National Trade Assembly 135

Naughton's Cigar Factory. See Norton, Sleeper and Co.

Neebe, Oscar W.,* 53, 55n

Nelson, Robert, 301, 304n, 409n

Netherlandisch Isralitiche Sickefund: letter to, 116-17

New York, Housesmith's Benevolent and Protective Union of the City of. See Housesmith's Benevolent and Protective Union of the City of New York

New York, Independent Clothing Cutters' Union of. See Clothing Cutters' Union of New York, Independent

New York, Mutual Musical Protective Union of. See Musical Protective Union of New York, Mutual

New York, Workingmen's Federation of the State of, 96n

New York and Vicinity, Bakers' Association of. See Bakers' Association of New York and Vicinity

New York and Vicinity, Lager Beer Brewers' Board of Trade of. See Brewers' Board of Trade of New York and Vicinity, Lager Beer

New York and Vicinity, United Order of Carpenters of. See Carpenters and Joiners, United Order of American

New York Board of Arbitration, 5, 7, 10n

New York Board of Mediation and Arbitration, 5, 10n, 101n, 197n, 427

New York Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 1:364n, 5, 10n

New York carpenters, mass meeting of: letter to. See Carpenters, mass meeting of New York: letter to

New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, 382n

New York City: cigar industry in, 124-26; eight-hour conference, 183, 193

New York City, Co-operative Shirtmakers of. See Shirtmakers of New York City, Co-operative

New York City Board of Walking Delegates. See Board of Walking Delegates, New York City

New York City Central Federated Union, 1:379n, 192

New York City Central Labor Federation, 1:379n, 421-23, 426; news accounts of meetings of, 249-51, 367-70, 382-83
--1889: formation of, 191, 386, 392; conflict with Central Labor Union (CLU), 193, 195, 206-7; chartering of, by AFL, 191, 195, 206-7, 213, 387, 392; and merger with CLU, 191, 358, 387, 392-93; and SGs' nomination for senator, 245, 247n, 249-51

--1890: formation of, 191-92, 387, 393; demand for return of 1889 AFL charter, 192, 358-59, 387, 391, 393-94; application for new AFL charter, 192, 362-63, 367-70, 377-78, 387, 391, 394-95; instructions to delegate to 1890 AFL convention, 383, 418; 1890 AFL convention and, 192, 378, 386-408, 417, 421-24

--1899: merger with CLU, 192

New York City Central Labor Union, 1:379n, 45, 114; and building trades section, 120, 120n; and conflict with Central Labor Federation, 193, 195, 206-7; corruption within, 191, 207, 392; and eight-hour movement (1890), 183, 184n; factions within, 191, 392-93; and Haymarket clemency campaign, 55n, 58n, 61; and KOL, 292-93; and SGs' nomination for senator, 245; and trade union party politics, 161

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 124, 126

New Yorker Volkszeitung, 191, 400; letter to, 211-12

New York Press: letter to, 349-53

New York Railroad Commission, 4, 10n

New York Society for Ethical Culture, Workingmen's School of the. See Ethical Culture, New York Society for, Workingmen's School of the

New York State: constitutional convention, 6, 11n; jury duty in, 8

New York State Branch of the AFL, 81n, 96n, 121; convention,1888 (Albany), 81, 81n

New York State Federation of Labor, 96n

New York State Printing Office, 7, 11n

New York State Workingmens' Assembly, 1:361n, 96n; convention, 1886, 9; convention, 1887 (Albany), 3-14, 10n

New York State Workingmen's Assembly, Political Branch of the, 1:447n, 8-9; convention, 1886 (Syracuse), 8-9, 11n

New York Stereotypers' Association: letter to. See Stereotypers' Association, New York: letter to

New York Sun: letter to, 284-86

New York Supreme Court, 427n

New York Working Women's Society, 154, 155n, 289n

Norton, Sleeper and Co., 208, 208n

O

O'Brien, Patrick L., 129, 129n, 135-36

O'Connell, John, 332

O'Dea, Thomas,* 131n; letter to, 131

Ogden, Harry M., 70, 71n, 73

Ogg, Robert Y., 213, 213n, 268, 275

Oglesby, Richard J., 53, 59n, 60-62, 62n; letter to, 59

Ohio Miners' Amalgamated Association. See Miners' Amalgamated Association, Ohio

Ohio State Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1:353n, 143

Ohio Valley Trades and Labor Assembly, 1:390n, 75, 76n

Oliver, Lucien S., 60, 63n

O'Malley, Timothy T.,* 256, 256n

O'Neill, John J., 123, 123n

Order and the Cigar-Makers, 1:401n, 21, 23n, 142-43

O'Reilly, John. See O'Reilly, Thomas J.

O'Reilly, Thomas,* 55, 55n

O'Reilly, Thomas J., 332, 338n

Organ Makers, United Association of, 69n

O'Rourke, Delegate, 245

O'Shea, John E., 315, 315n

O'Sullivan, John F.,* 407, 409

Our Toiling Children (Kelley), 156, 157n

Out-of-work benefits, Cigar Makers' International Union, 144-46, 146n

Owens, Charles E.,* 305-6, 307n

Oyler, Charles P.,* 65, 68n; letter to, 224

Oyster, Edward W., 70, 71n, 79

Oystermen, 67-68

Oystermen's union, 67

P

Pacific Coast, Representative Council of the Federated Trades and Labor Organizations of the,* 122, 123n

Painter, 248, 248n

Painters, Progressive, local 1, (New York), 337n

Painters and Decorators of America, Brotherhood of,* 76n, 118, 120, 120n, 235; Executive Board, 417, 417n

Painters' unions (New York), 120, 120n

Palmer, Courtland, 57, 58n

Parker, William C., 120-21, 121n

Parsons, Albert R.,* 53, 55n, 56, 59

Parsons, Solomon, 324, 326n

Peck, Charles F., 29, 29n

Pender, Edward J., 66, 69n

Pender, J. See Pender, Edward J.

Pennsylvania, Miners' and Mine Laborers' Amalgamated

Association of. See Miners' and Mine Laborers' Amalgamated Association of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania state labor convention, 156

Perkins, George W., 13n

Perry, George A. P., 8, 11n

Perry, James H., 169, 171-72, 172-73n; letter to, 177-78

Philadelphia, Architectural Sheet Iron Cornice Workers' Union of. See Architectural Sheet Iron Cornice Workers' Union of Philadelphia

Philadelphia, conference of trade and labor unions of (1889), 179, 179n, 187

Philadelphia, United Labor League of, 179n

Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, 92n, 108n

Philadelphia Building Trades Council, 26n

Philadelphia Central Labor Union, 26n, 179, 179n

Philadelphia Central Short-Hour League, 179n

Philadelphia Lager Beer Brewers' Association. See Brewers' Association, Philadelphia Lager Beer.

Philadelphia Tageblatt. See Arbitration: Philadelphia Tageblatt; Boycotts: Philadelphia Tageblatt

Phillips, Wendell, 379, 382n

Piano Makers' Union, 235

Picket, 1:366, 15, 16n, 344

Pilots' Association, Sandy Hook, 332

Pingree, Hazen S., 384, 385n

Plasterers' Association, Employing (New York), 292

Plasterers' Union, Operative (New York), 292, 295

Plumbers', Journeymen, Union 5180 (Columbus, Ohio), 366n

Plunkett, James E. See Plunkett, John E.

Plunkett, John E., 282n; letter to, 281-82

Political action, partisan, by trade unions: SG and, 45-48, 121, 160-62, 364-65, 424, 427-29

Powderly, Terence V.,* 22n, 142-43, 143n, 171, 209-10, 212n, 230, 242-43, 324, 340-43, 404-5, 417, 428; and Bingham House agreement, 195, 198-201, 204-5, 212-13, 215, 217-19; and Bingham House conference, 181; Cooper Union address (June 20, 1890), 332-36, 338-39, 338n, 353-54; and Cooper Union meeting with SG, 326-30; and KOL trade assemblies, 49-50; and meetings with SG, 205, 209-10, 212, 228, 326-30, 335, 341; and reorganization of KOL, 49-50; Thirty Years of Labor, 227, 228n, 247, 248n; and trade unions, 17-19, 49-50; letters from, 48-50, 132-33, 198-201, 215, 326, 328-29, 353-55; letters to, 20-22, 30-32, 131-32, 199, 217-18, 228, 234, 326-27, 329-30

Production, limitation of, 153

Progressive Labor party (New York), 45

Prohibition, 321-25

Prosser, Rees W., 414, 415n

Pryor, Roger A.,* 184, 184n

Publishing House of the Evangelical Association, 319n

Purdy, Thomas: letter to, 95-96

Q

Quarrymen, 287

Quarrymen's National Union of the U.S. of America,* 288n

Quinn, James E.,* 53, 55, 55n, 62

R

Rae, Robert, 324, 325n

Railroad Brakemen, Brotherhood of,* 108n, 218, 220n

Railroad employees, twelve-hour law for (New York), 4, 10n

Railroad Engineers, Amalgamated, 339

Railway Conductors of America, Order of,* 335, 338n

Raleigh, J., 332

Reardon, Thomas, 332, 337n

Regulation of vessels in domestic commerce, bill for, 123, 123n

Reilly, John, 332

Reinhardt, Ernst, 172, 173n

Reliance Labor Club of Marble Cutters. See Marble Cutters, Reliance Labor Club of

Republican party of New York's Seventh Senatorial District, Committee of Notification of the: letter to, 245-47

Reynolds, Patrick, 332, 338n

Rheinpfallzer Maennerchor, 250

Richmond, Cora V., 62n

Ricker, B. O., 194

Riedel, John G., 403, 409n

Rist, Frank L.,* 391, 408n

Roberts, James C., 357, 358n

Roberts, William T.,* 267, 268n

Rochester Boot and Shoe Manufacturers' Association. See Boot and Shoe Manufacturers' Association, Rochester

Rodgers, Charles P., 332, 337n

Roesch, George F., 250, 251n

Rogers, James E. T., 206, 206n

Rogers, Thorold. See Rogers, James E. T.

Roney, Frank,* 16n; letter to, 15

Rosenfelder, Christian, 367, 370n

Ross, David, 256n, 267, 268n

Ruhle, Theodore F., 245, 247n

Ruhll, Theo. F. See Ruhle, Theodore F.

Ryan, M., 332

S

Sandy Hook Pilots' Association. See Pilots' Association, Sandy Hook

San Francisco, trade and labor unions of: letter to, 121-22

Sanial, Lucien D.,* 192, 371n, 384-85, 390-91, 395, 398-99, 406, 426, 428; addresses by, 368-69, 386-90, 418-20; editorial by, 421-23

Sargeant, W. N. See Sargent, Frank P.

Sargent, Frank P.,* 181, 182n, 219; letter to, 361-62

"Saturday Half Holiday Law" (New York). See Saturday Holiday Act (New York); Factory Act of 1867 (England)

Saturday Holiday Act (New York), 108-10, 110n

Schelling, Henry, 375, 375n

Schevitsh, Sergius E. See Shevitch, Sergius E.

Schilling, George A.,* 60, 62, 62n

Schilling, Robert,* 341, 343n

Schmidt, Ernst, 409n

Schulenburg, Charles, 60

Schultz, Henry A., 68

Schwab, Michael,* 53, 55n, 56, 59

Second International, 105. See also Labor congresses, international

Seidel, Oscar G.,* 233n; letter to, 232-33

Seifert, Albert E., 100, 101n

Sergeant, Grand Master Fireman. See Sargent, Frank P.

Shea, Mary, 332

Sheridan, Philip H., 214, 215n

Shevitch, Sergius E.,* 48n, 184n, 277, 278n; debate with Henry George, 398, 408n

Shields, William J.,* 171, 173n, 267, 390-91, 414

Ship Joiners' Association, 337n

Shirtmakers of New York City, Co-operative, 337n

Sieverman, Frank, 427n

Sigley, Mr., 214

"Significant Straw" (Journal of United Labor), 194-95, 195n, 198-200, 204

Silberstein, Bernard, 365n

Silberstein and Bondy, 365n

Simcott, W. S. See Simsrott, William A.

Simscott, William A. See Simsrott, William A.

Simsrott, William A.,* 181, 182n, 219

Sing Sing Prison, 320, 363

Single tax, 47

Six Centuries of Work and Wages (Rogers), 206, 206n

Skeffington, Henry J.,* 18, 209n, 228, 269, 336, 400, 412, 427n; letter to, 208-9

Slaters' union (Pittsburgh: AFL affiliate), 234, 234n

Slaters' union (Pittsburgh: KOL local assembly), 234, 234n

SLP. See Socialist Labor party

Smith, James W.,* 27, 28n; letter to, 56

Smyth, Arthur B., 216, 217n

Social Darwinism, 110n

Social Democratic Federation, 399, 408n

Social Democratic Party of Germany, 159n, 371n

Social Democratic Workingmen's party (German), 1:43n, 159n

Socialist Labor party (SLP), 306-7, 417, 422-24; and AFL, 384-408, 415, 418-19, 421, 424; SG and, 407, 416, 418-19, 425-27; and United Labor party, 45, 369, 371n, 400

Socialist Labor party, American Section (New York): membership in New York City Central Labor Federation, 192, 363, 367-70, 378, 387, 394

Socialist Labor party, German Section (Baltimore), 388

Socialist Labor Party of Germany, 1:43n, 159, 371n

Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance, 192

"Song of the Shirt" (Hood), 80, 80n, 83, 323

Sons of St. Crispin. See Knights of St. Crispin

Sozialdemokratische Arbeiterpartei. See Social Democratic Workingmen's party (German)

Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands. See Social Democratic Party of Germany

Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands. See Socialist Labor Party of Germany

Spaulding Iron and Nail Co., 343n

Specht, Gus. See Sprecht, Gus

Spencer, Herbert, 109, 110n, 196

Speyer, Carl,* 384, 385n

Speyer, Charles. See Speyer, Carl

Spies, August V. T.,* 53, 55n, 56, 59

Spinners', Operative Cotton, Union 2709, (Kearney, N.J.),`221, 222n

Sprecht, Gus, 340, 343n

St. Louis, German Progressive Waiters' Union of. See Waiters' Union of St. Louis, German Progressive

Stairbuilders' union (New York), 332

Starr, Joseph G., 102-3, 103n

Steckler, Alfred, 140, 141n

Stephens, Luther P., 143, 144n

Stephington, Harry J. See Skeffington, Henry J.

Stereotypers' Association, New York, 1:460n; letter to, 90-92

Steward, Ira,* 426, 428n

Stonemasons' Local Protective and Benevolent Union 1 (Syracuse, N.Y.), 96n

Strasser, Adolph,* 23n, 25, 26n, 130, 130n, 226, 360, 361n; letter from 229

Streeter, A. J., 62n

Strikes: AFL assessments for, 75, 268-72, 293-94; AFL financial support of, 76-77, 114-15, 115n, 165-67, 203, 203n, 220-21, 242, 283; SG and, 34, 87, 89, 281-82, 378-82

Strikes and lockouts:

--bakers: (1880, New York), 241; (1889, New York and Brooklyn), 240, 242n, 417n

--brewers: (1886-87, Philadelphia), 38, 38-39n, 42; (1888-1902, New York), 100-101, 101n, 107, 113-14, 203n, 341

--carpenters: (1890, Chicago), 295, 296n, 306; (1890, Indianapolis), 299n

--cigarmakers: (1885-86, Syracuse, N.Y.), 13n, 340; (1886, New York), 1:365-66, 340-41; (1888, Boston), 208

--cloakmakers: (1890, New York), 192, 348-49, 349n

--compositors: (1884, Troy, N.Y.), 341, 343n

--dockworkers: (1889, London), 279-80, 281n, 325

--featherworkers: (1889, New York), 155n

--flint glass workers: (1887-88), 134, 197

--granite polishers: (1890, Barre, Vt.), 281-82, 282n

--iron and steel workers: (1887, Mingo Junction), 24, 24n, 40, 339-40; (1887-88, Brilliant, Ohio), 340, 343n; (1888), 134, 135n, 197

--lasters: (1887, Worcester Co., Mass.), 24, 24n

--miners: (1887-88, Pennsylvania), 91, 92n, 107; (1889, Illinois and Indiana), 220-21, 221-22n; (1890-91, Alabama), 414, 414n

--packinghouse workers: (1886, Chicago), 1:467n, 22, 23n, 341, 343n

--printers: (1886, Jacksonville, Fla.), 340-41, 343n

--railroad workers: (1886, southwest), 1:402n, 341; (1888, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad), 108n; (1888-89, Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad), 107, 108n, 341; (1890, New York Central Railroad), 378-79, 382n, 399

--shoemakers: (1890-91, Rochester, N.Y.), 423, 427-28n

--slaters: (1889, Pittsburgh), 234n

--spinners, cotton: (1889, Kearney, N.J.), 222n

--stovemakers: (1884, Troy, N.Y.), 1:402n, 8

--street railway workers: (1889, New York and Brooklyn), 197, 197-98n, 286

--tailors: (1890, Columbus, Ohio), 341-42, 343n

Sullivan, John J., 332, 337n

Sullivan, Miss, 332

Suter, George J., 136n; letter to, 135-36

Swinton, John,* 39n, 51, 429

Swiss Federal Council, 157n

Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association of the U.S. of America,* 108n, 182n, 218

Syndical Chambers of France, United. See Union des chambres syndicales

T

Tailors' National Union of the U.S., Journeymen,* 80n, 118, 235; local 27 (Columbus, Ohio), 343n

Talbot, Thomas W.,* 297n; letter to, 296-97

Talbott, Nicholas B., 69, 71n

Taylor, Charles F., 172, 173n

Tea Operatives' and General Labourers' Association, 281n

Telegraphers, Brotherhood of,* 335, 338n, 339

Temperance Congress, National (1890), 321-25, 349-51

Temperance movement, 321-25. Also see Drinking, SG and

Tenements, 6-7, 124-25, 216

Textile Workers', Progressive, Union of America,* 74, 76n; convention, 1889 (New York), 232, 233n

Thayer, Walter N.,* 8, 11n

Thirty Years of Labor (Powderly), 227, 228n, 247, 248n

Thomas, Charles: letter to, 222-23

Thomas, John L., 325n, 349-51; address by, 323-25

Thompson, Mr. See Thomas, John L.

Tillett, Benjamin,* 352, 353n, 399, 407

Tin, Sheet Iron and Cornice Workers' International Association,* 110-11, 111n, 115-16

Tinners' National Union. See Tin, Sheet Iron and Cornice Workers' International Association

Tompkins Square demonstration (1874), 57, 58n

Toney, Sterling B., 308, 314n

Tracey, Roger S., 1:203n, 216, 217n

Trade schools, 183n; SG and, 182-83

Trades Union Congress of Great Britain,* 105, 135n, 158, 399, 408n

Trade unions, 118, 153, 273; autonomy of, SG and, 35; benefit system, 144-46, 146n; benevolent features of, SG and, 34-35, 144-46; dues, SG and, 284; federation of, SG and, 361-62; incorporation of, 140 (see also Incorporation of trade union law); and KOL, 17-22, 24, 30-31, 33-35, 39-40, 49, 102, 194, 198, 204, 207-9, 212, 292-93; and party politics, 45-48, 121, 160-62, 386-408; purpose of, SG and, 144; salaries of officers, 72, 235; SG and, 28, 32-34, 88, 102, 196-97, 260, 262, 425, 429

Trade Unions, Their Origin and Objects, Influence and Efficacy (Trant), 205-6, 206n

Trant, William, 206n; letter to 205-6

Troy, N.Y., labor convention (1888), 151, 152n

Turner, Frederick,* 18, 342, 343n

Typographia, German-American,* 37, 37n, 372-73; local 1 (Philadelphia), 25-26n; local 7 (New York), 1:260n (See Arbitration: Morgen Journal); local 12 (Louisville, Ky.) 213, 213n

Typographical Union, International,* 26n, 36n, 40, 67, 165, 213, 213n, 235, 335, 339, 372-73; convention, 1887 (Buffalo), 36, 37n; convention, 1889 (Denver), 213, 213n; local 6 (New York), 1:362n (see Arbitration: Morgen Journal); local 101 (Washington, D.C.), 70, 71n; local 162 (Jacksonville, Fla.), 343n

U

Unemployment, 153; SG and, 86

Union Advocate, 29, 29n, 75, 96, 107

Union des chambres syndicales, 108n

United Brethren Benefit Society, 117n

United Labor League (Philadelphia), 232

United Labor party: Chicago, 60, 409n; New York, 45-47, 48n; convention, 1887 (Syracuse), 45, 48n, 369, 371n; and socialists, 45, 369, 371n, 400

United Syndical Chambers of France. See Union des chambres syndicales

Urban, William, 60, 63n

Uriah Stephens Assembly. See Knights of Labor Local Assembly 5214

U.S. Brewers' Association. See Brewers' Association, U.S.

U.S. Bureau of Labor, 127n, 129

U.S. Department of Labor, 127, 127n, 129, 131-33

U.S. Secret Service, 224, 224n

V

Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 399, 409n

Van Etten, Ida M.,* 155n, 289n, 415-16; letters to, 154-55, 288-89

Vann, Delegate. See Vaughan, John D.

Vaughan, John D., 263, 268, 268n, 288

"Vindex:" letter from, 214-15

Vogt, Hugo,* 371n; address by, 369-70

Volksstaat, 159n

Vorwärts, 159n

W

Wade, Jefferson D., 189n; letter to, 188-89

Wages: SG and, 91-92

Waiters' Union of St. Louis, German Progressive, 173n

Wakeman, Thaddeus B., 55n, 323-25, 325n, 429

Waldinger, August, 390, 396, 408n

Walton, Henry,* 181, 182n

Warner, George, 332, 337n

Washington, D.C., Central Labor Union of, 71n

Washington, D.C., Federation of Labor, 18, 69-71, 71n, 75, 189, 189n

Weaver, John G.,* 293, 293n

Weed, Parsons and Co., 11n

Weinstein, Gregory, 94n; letter to, 94

Welsh (carpenter?), 28

Welter, John M.,* 248, 248n

Western Iron Association of Manufacturers, 135n

Wheaton, Calvin S.,* 181, 182n

White, W. P., 50

Whitestone Association of Marble Polishers. See Marble Polishers, Whitestone Association of

Wilkinson, Joseph,* 79, 80n

Wilkinson, Stephen E.,* 181, 182n

Willard, John F., 417, 417n

William II, Emperor, 157n, 289, 289n

Williams, Alexander S., 331, 336n

Williams, Timothy S., 320, 320n

Wilson, James, 320

Wischnewetzky, Florence Kelley,* (glossary entry under Kelley, Florence), 149-50n; letters to, 148-49, 155-56

Wischnewetsky, Lazare, 148-49, 149n, 156

Woman and child labor, international conferences on: 1890 (Switzerland), 156, 157n; 1890 (Berlin), 157n, 289, 289n

Women workers, 176, 289, 289n; SG and, 48, 80, 83. See also Woman and child labor, international conferences on

Wood, Isaac, 57, 58n

Woods, Master Workman, 332

Workday, SG and, 85-86, 184-86, 284-86, 298-99, 302-4, 308- 14, 316, 325

Workers: non-wage, excluded from membership in AFL, 90, 128;

unskilled, AFL and, 73-74, 315

Working class, 121-22; SG and, 90-91, 196

Workingmen's Federation of the State of New York. See New York, Workingmen's Federation of the State of

Workingmen's School of the New York Society for Ethical Culture. See Ethical Culture, New York Society for Workingmen's School of the

Working Women's Society, New York. See New York Working Women's Society

Workmen's Advocate, 191

World's Fair (1892), New York City as site for, 233, 233n, 257

World's Fair (1893). See Columbian Exposition, World's, 1893

Wright, Alexander W.,* 230, 232n, 243, 332-36, 343

Wright, Carroll D., 1:*, 127n, 129, 132-33

Wright, John H., 36, 36n

Y

Young Men's Society for Ethical Culture. See Ethical Culture, Young Men's Union for

Young Men's Union for Ethical Culture. See Ethical Culture, Young Men's Union for

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