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This index also includes references to substantive annotations in previous volumes that are not repeated here; for instance, the reference to the New York Working Women's Society annotation in volume two, appears in this index as 2:155n

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

M (Asterisks indicate glossary entries)

McAnnich, Elisha H., 196n

MacArthur, Walter,* 618, 620-21, 659n

McBride, C. F., 69, 70n

McBride, John,* 31, 32n, 126, 128, 128n, 137, 252, 253n, 256, 259, 272, 356, 430, 434n, 480, 481n; and AFL presidential candidacy in 1893, 437-38, 441; and AFL presidential candidacy in 1894, 610, 662-63, 665, 669; and Pullman strike, 579n; letters to, 173-74, 220-21, 301-2, 663, 667-68

McBryde, Patrick,* 69, 70n, 533, 535, 586, 660n; and AFL political program, 644-45, 655-56

McCallin, Andrew, 661, 664n

McCarthy, Francis H., 251, 253n, 257, 259

McCarthy, Jeremiah G., 599, 606n

McCartney, George, 41n

McCleary, William H., 190-91, 191n

McClennan, A. G., 23

McConegly, William F., 208, 211n, 218

McCraith, Augustine,* 609, 611n, 662, 667; and AFL political program, 627-30, 657-58

MacDonald, James R., 635, 637, 660n

McGill, James,* 133, 134n

McGlynn, Edward,* 217, 218n, 428

McGlynn, Michael M., 430, 434n

McGrath, John, 429-30, 434n

McGregor, Hugh,* 369, 370n

McGuire, John J., 400

McGuire, Peter J.,* 32n, 58, 74, 106, 127-28, 129n, 133, 135-36, 157, 182, 211, 246, 250-51, 253n, 258-59, 264, 267, 430, 434n, 438, 512n, 553n, 659n, 664; AFL candidacy in 1894, 661-63; and AFL political program, 626, 628, 644, 648-51, 654-55; and Homestead strike, 206, 210; and KOL, meeting with, 441, 517, 517n, 606; and nonpartisan political action, 130-31, 256-57; and Pullman strike, 532, 534, 535n, 562; letter from, 69-70, letters to, 31-32, 64, 83-85, 138-40, 147, 150-53, 221-22, 233-34, 245, 595-97

Machinists, International Association of,* 457; convention, 1891 (Pittsburgh), 124, 124n, 166, 407; convention, 1892 (Chicago), 167n; convention, 1893 (Indianapolis), 343, 345n, 405; racial discrimination in, 124, 135, 166-67, 167n, 343, 405-7; letter to 1892 convention, 166-67. See also Machinists, National Association of

Machinists, National Association of,* 63n; racial discrimination in, 62. See also Machinists, International Association of

Machinists' Union of America, International,* 62, 63n, 407, 407n, 649-50; convention, 1891 (New York), 2:413n, 77-78; local 2 (New York City), 457; St. Louis local, 462

Machinists' Union 1, United. See American Federation of Labor: federal labor unions, 4013

McIntyre, Peter J., 257, 258n

Mackey, Thomas J., 297, 298n

McKim, James, 156, 156n

McKinley, Alexander B., 34, 41n

McKinley, William, Jr., 19, 19n

McKinley Tariff. See Legislation, U.S.: McKinley Tariff

McKinney, Joseph W.,* 532, 533n

McLaren, James, 280, 281n

McLean, H. C., 404, 405n

McLuckie, John, 207, 211n

McMahon, Martin T., 29n; letter to, 28-29

McMurphy, George L., 478n; letter to, 477-78

McNeill, George E.,* 12, 14n, 126, 128, 128n, 129-30, 136- 37, 480, 640, 655; and depression of 1893, 377-82

McSweeney, Edward F.,* 360-61, 361n, 487; letters to, 507-8, 668-69

McVey, George H.,* 298, 300n

Madden, Michael, 103n

Madden, Stephen,* 207, 211n

Madera, Adolph, 345, 346n

Mahon, William D.,* 653-54, 660-61n

Malby, George R., 456n; letter to, 456

Mann, Thomas,* 16, 18n, 94n, 516; letters to, 92-94, 222-24, 504-5, 587-89

Manuel, Joseph C.,* 228, 229n

Marden, William H.,* 256, 258n, 532; letter from, 268-69; letter to, 269-70

Marine Firemen 1 (St. Louis). See American Federation of Labor: Local unions, directly affiliated, 5464

Marine Firemen 6 (St. Louis). See American Federation of Labor: Local unions, directly affiliated, 5626

Marshall, Isaac D., 482, 482n

Martin, William,* 59, 61n

Marx, Karl, 1:43n, 10, 640-41

Marx, Mr., 340n; and mediation of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 314, 316-17, 319

Mattyeser, Isaac, 141, 142n

May Day, 370

May, Moses, 141, 142n

May, Mrs. Moses, 141

Mee, John,* 400, 401n

Menche, Adam,* 34, 41n

Mendelsohn, Herman S., 340n; and mediation of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 309, 319, 334-35

Metal Polishers', Buffers', and Platers' International Union of North America, 356n; convention, 1891 (Toledo, Ohio), 89-90n

Metcalf, Richard H.,* 624, 659n

Meyers, H. B., 465n

Meyers, John C.,* 455, 455n

Meyers, Mr., 145

Middleton, George W., 381, 383n

Milburn, William H., 34, 41n

Milchrist, Thomas E., 522-23

Miles, Nelson A., 521

Mill and Factory Operatives' Union, Dundee and District (Scotland), 540, 542n

Miller, Amasa S., 51, 55n

Miller, Aug. See Miller, Owen

Miller, Charles S.: letter to, 178-80

Miller, Delegate, 132

Miller, George, 117-18, 119n, 280

Miller, Hall, and Hartwell Co., 109n, 164, 164n, 176

Miller, Henry,* 260, 260n, 436-37, 437n

Miller, Owen,* 135, 137, 138n, 533; letter to, 498-99

Miller, William H. H., 404, 405n

Miller, William J., 436, 437n

Miller Brothers, 197, 197n

Mills, Walter T., 223, 224n

Milwaukee, Industrial Council of, 459, 490, 497

Milwaukee Central Labor Union. See Milwaukee, Industrial Council of

Milwaukee Federated Trades Council, 2:68n, 459, 460n, 490-97

Milwaukee Sentinel, 495

Milwaukee Vessel Owners' Association, 496

Milwaukee Volkszeitung, 493, 497n

Mine Owners' Protective Association (Coeur d'Alene), 214n

Miners' and Mine Labourers' Protective Association of Vancouver Island, B.C., 56n

Miners' Federation of Great Britain, 429n

Miners' Union of Coeur d'Alene, 214n

Mine Workers of America, United,* 24n, 173-74, 301-2; conference with mine operators, 1891 (Pittsburgh), 40, 41n, 72-73; conference with mine operators, 1894 (Cleveland), 547n; convention, 1891 (Columbus, Ohio), 31, 32n, 72; convention, 1893 (Columbus), 302, 302n; convention, 1894 (Columbus), 545, 547n; District 4 (Connellsville, Pa., area), 58n; District 5 (Pittsburgh area), 70, 70-71n; and eight-hour movement (1891), 23, 24n, 31, 32n, 33, 40, 42, 44, 54-55, 57, 60, 64, 64n, 69, 70n, 71, 71n, 72-74, 111, 168; and KOL, 173; local 128 (Scranton, Pa.), 174; and Pullman strike, 535

Mitchell, George, 341

Mitchell, Henrietta, 79n

Mitchell, Mark J., 103n

Mitchell, Rose Gompers, 79n

Mitchell, Samuel,* 79n, 140, 142n

Modest, Rudolph, 298, 300n

Montgomery, William H., 34-35, 40, 41n

"More," 36-37, 54, 396, 447, 561

Morgan continuous billet mill, 481

Morgan, Elizabeth Chambers,* 103n, 663, 664n; letters to, 102-3, 154-55

Morgan, John T., 560, 561n, 576

Morgan, Mrs. Thomas J. See Morgan, Elizabeth Chambers

Morgan, Thomas J.,* 14n, 256-60, 365, 426-27, 429n, 463n, 613-14, 616n, 664; and AFL political program, 420, 435-36, 619-20, 623-25, 634-43, 646, 649-51, 653; and Homestead strike, 250-51, 253n; and Pullman strike, 525, 538-39, 625; and SLP, 12, 16, 83; letter from, 457; letter to, 286

Morrissey, Patrick H.,* 533, 533n, 579n

Muldoon, Frank M., 51, 55n

Murch, Thomas H.,* 469, 470n

Murdock, Kerr, and Co., 128n, 263

Murphy, James J., 367, 367n

Murray, Edward W., 257, 258n

Musée Social (Paris), 370n

Musical Union of Baltimore, 283, 284n

Musicians of America, National League of,* 283, 284n, 496, 498-99, 499n; convention, 1894 (Baltimore), 498-99, 499n; local 17 (Baltimore), 283, 284n

Musicians Protective Union of Baltimore. See Musicians of America, National League of: local 17

N

Nathan, Abel L., 257, 258n

National Citizens' Alliance, 6n

National Glass Budget, 420, 478

Nationalist movement, 355n

National Labor Reform party, 204n

National Labor Tribune, 186

National Labor Union, 202, 204n, 612; convention, 1872 (Columbus, Ohio), 202, 204n

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

Neebe, Oscar W.,* 350, 350n, 358

Neighborhood Guild (New York City), 458n

New Jersey board of arbitration, 434n

New Orleans Amalgamated Council of Labor Organizations. See New Orleans Workingmen's Amalgamated Council

New Orleans Board of Trade, 186, 243n

New Orleans Building Laborers' Council, 243n

New Orleans Central Trades and Labor Council, 244n

New Orleans Workingmen's Amalgamated Council, 186, 243n

New Slavery: Investigation into the Sweating System as Applied to the Manufacturing of Wearing Apparel (Morgan), 103n

"New Trade Unionism," 77, 78n, 113-14, 181, 403, 420, 503

New York: constitutional convention (1894), SG and, 410-11, 411n, 549-50, 550n, 593-94

New York Board of Mediation and Arbitration, 2:10n, 109n, 297n, 303, 428, 434n, 456, 456n; and mediation of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 305-40

New York Bureau of Statistics of Labor, 1:364n, 303, 456, 456n

New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, 215n

New York Charter, Greater, 471-72, 472n

New York City, trade unions of: letter to, 367

New York City and County, Board of Aldermen of: letter to, 410-11

New York City Board of Civil Justices, 377

New York City Board of Estimate and Apportionment, 385, 385n

New York City Board of Walking Delegates, 61, 61-62n, 63, 190, 268n

New York City Building Trades Council, 61-62n

New York City Central Labor Federation, 1:379n, 62n, 85n, 353, 378, 397-98; application for AFL charter, 8-9, 12; chartering of, AFL and, 7, 9, 12-13, 17, 110, 655; SLP membership in, 8-9, 11, 65-66; circular issued by, 110-14, 132; meeting of, news account of, 11-14

New York City Central Labor Union, 1:379n, 8, 62n, 65, 106n, 115n, 378

New York City Committee of One Hundred, 161-62

New York City Department of Docks, 384, 385n

New York (City) Federation of Labor, 111, 113-14, 115n, 133

New York City United Board of Building Trades, 62n

New York Department of Labor, 456n

New Yorker Staats-Zeitung, 484, 486n

New Yorker Volkszeitung, 17

New York Office of Factory Inspection, 456, 456n

New York state constitutional convention (1894), 273-74, 274n, 410, 549-50, 550n, 594, 594n

New York State Workingmen's Assembly, 1:361n, 303

New York Supreme Court, 148

New York Working Women's Society, 2:155n, 29n

New York World: letter to the editor of, 553-54

Nickel Plate Railroad, 215n

Nolan, J. C., 468n; letter to, 466-68

Norfolk and Norwich Amalgamated Labourers' Union (Great Britain), 146n

"Northwestern Alliance." See Farmers' Alliance, National

Norton, George L.,* 162-63, 163n, 177-78; letters to, 170- 73, 275-76, 350-51

Notton, Frank M., 409n; letter to, 408

Novel Proposition (Lubin), 474, 477n

O

Oates, William C., 163

Oates bill. See Legislation, U.S.: Oates bill

O'Brien, John,* 82n, 255, 257, 258n, 259, 371-72n; letters to, 81-82, 213-14, 370-71

O'Connell, James,* 407n; letter to, 405-7

O'Connell, John H., 190, 190n

O'Dea, Thomas,* 145, 145n

O'Donnell, Hugh, 207, 210-11n, 217-18, 218n

O'Donnell, John R., 472, 472n

Ogg, Robert Y., 2:213n, 137

Ohio Railroad Commission, 294n

Olney, Richard, 343n, 404, 405n, 522-23, 647

O'Mahoney, Thomas F., 34, 41n

Operators' and Tailors' Union 27 (Brooklyn). See Tailors' Union of America, Journeymen, local 23

Oppermann, Charles, 397, 399n

O'Rielly, Thomas F.: letter to, 469

O'Rourke, Matthew J., 373n; letter to, 372-73

O'Sullivan, John F.,* 119, 120n, 607, 607n, 647, 655-56, 660n; letters to, 414-15, 586-87

O'Sullivan, Mary Kenney.* See Kenney, Mary E.

Ottendorfer, Oswald, 484, 486n

Overcoat and Suit Makers' local 30 (New York City), 379

Owen, William C., 355n; letter to, 353-54

P

Pacific Coast, Representative Council of the Federated Trades and Labor Organizations of the,* 27, 27n, 30, 31n, 477n; convention, 1893 (Seattle), 214, 215n

Padgett, Frank H., 119, 120n

Padrone system. See Immigration: padrone system

Painters and Decorators of America, Brotherhood of,* 61, 61-62n, 63-64, 149; and KOL, 61; local 182 (New York City), 62n, 63-64, 111, 115n

Palmer, Bertha Honoré, 92n; letter to, 91-92

Palmer, Charles E., 455n; letter to, 454-55

Panics: of 1857, 614; of 1873, 373, 448, 614-15; of 1893, 363, 544. See also Depression of 1893

Pape, George, 1:414n, 141

Paperhangers 182. See Painters' and Decorators' Union of America, Brotherhood of, local 182

Parker, C. M., 67, 68n

Party politics, AFL and, 136-38, 442n (See also AFL political program)

Patterson, Corydon T., 117-18, 119n

Patterson, David F., 139, 140n, 263-64

Patterson, William M., 117-19, 119n

Pattison, Robert E., 185, 189n, 191, 191n

Paving Cutters' Union of the U.S. and Canada,* 165, 165-66n

Paxson, Edward, 233n, 299

Payne, George W., 257, 258n

Peck, Charles F., 2:29n, 28

Penna, Philip H.,* 250, 252, 253n, 259, 438, 440n, 630-31, 654-55, 659n, 662

Pennsylvania Federation of Labor, 279n

Pennsylvania Supreme Court, 148

People, 14n, 626; letter to, 671

People's party, 366; convention, 1891 (Cincinnati), 3-4, 6, 6n; convention, 1892 (Omaha), 4, 263n; and labor movement, 3-4, 201-2, 277, 281-82, 442n, 491, 562, 562n; SG and, 4, 6, 201-2, 277, 281-82, 593

Perkins, George W.,* 77n, 532, 534; letters to, 76-77, 148, 483

Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, 434n

Philadelphia Tageblatt, 643-44

Phillips, Mrs., 141

Phillips, Samuel, 15, 18n

Phillips, Wendell, 2:382n, 633, 660n

Phoenix Park murders (Dublin), 241n

Pillsbury, Charles, 547n

"Pingree Potato Scheme," 364

Pinkertons, 1:455n, 139, 140n, 185-86, 188, 189n, 190, 191n, 192-93, 207, 209, 214n, 237, 249, 254-56, 266n, 635; legislation regarding, 26, 52

Pinner, Reuben E.,* 141, 142n

Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette: letter to the editor of, 116-17

Plank 10. See American Federation of Labor: political program, plank 10

Plasterers' union (Milwaukee), 494

Plumb, Preston B., 137, 138n

Plumbers, Gas Fitters, Steam Fitters, and Steam Fitters' Helpers of the U.S. and Canada, United Association of Journeymen, local 75 (Milwaukee), 494, 497, 498n

Plummer, Mr., 34

Plymouth Rock Pants Co., 179, 180n

Political action, partisan, by trade unions: SG and, 4, 17-18, 99, 181, 200-204, 380, 444-45

Political action, non-partisan, by trade unions: SG and, 99, 143, 201, 203-4, 419, 421, 590-91, 593, 611-12

Polk, Leonidas L., 263n

Pomeroy, William C.,* 356n, 358, 359n, 438, 659n; and AFL political program, 436, 617-18, 651-53, 657-58; address by, 423-24

Porter, William D., 238, 241n

Portland (Ore.) Central Labor Council, 371n

Portland (Ore.) Federated Trades Assembly, 82n, 371n

Portland Oregonian, 586, 587n

Portland (Ore.) Sun, 586, 587n

Potter-Palmer, Mrs. See Palmer, Bertha Honoré

Powderly, Terence V.,* 6n, 74, 78-79, 268, 270; and farmers' alliances, 3, 6, 6-7n, 262; and People's party, 3; resignation as general master workman of KOL, 414, 415n, 665-66

Power, Charles A., 6n; letter to, 6

Powers, Richard,* 438, 440n

Poynton, J. F., 586, 587n

Pray, Small, and Co., 412n, 460

Prescott, William B.,* 169n, 430, 434n, 512n, 609, 611n, 662; letter to, 168-69

Press Association, National Reform, 24n

Price, William, 47, 48n

Primrose, Archibald P. See Rosebery, Lord

Prince, Mary, 141, 143n

Prince, Samuel,* 141, 143n

Printing Pressmen's Union, International, local 13 (Pittsburgh), 128n

Proctor, Fletcher D., 271, 271n

Proctor, Redfield, 271, 271n

Production, improvement in the processes of: SG and, 190, 229, 348, 393, 556, 573, 586

Pullman, George M.,* 524, 527-29, 531, 532n, 537, 555-56, 559, 580, 582

Pullman Palace Car Co., 521-23, 525, 537, 579n

Pullman strike, 366, 521-25, 526n, 527-31, 538-39, 564-66, 604, 632; AFL Executive Council and, 523-25, 532-38, 562-69, 573, 625, 659n; armed suppression of, by state, 521, 523, 526n, 530, 538, 559, 598; arrests, 523-25, 561n (see also Pullman strike: injunctions against); financial support for, 562-63, 567; and general strike, proposed, 523-25, 526n, 534-38, 565-69, 579n, 625, 659n; injunctions against, 186, 523-25, 526n, 530, 531n, 538, 559-60, 561n, 563; KOL and, 526n; SG and, 523-25, 527-33, 535-39, 548-49, 562-82, 587, 604, 625, 659n; sympathy strikes, 524, 526n, 534, 564; violence in, 523

Q

Quarrymen's National Union of the U.S. of America, 2:*, 165-66n

Queen City Clerks' Assembly. See Knights of Labor: Local Assembly 767

R

Rae, John B.,* 31, 32n, 58

Railroad Trainmen, Brotherhood of,* 93, 94n, 215n, 442n, 511

Railway Conductors, Brotherhood of, 247n

Railway Conductors of America, Order of,* 93, 94n, 215n, 246, 247n, 442n, 511, 547n

Railway Union, American,* 512, 512n, 547n, 568, 587, 592, 622; convention, 1894 (Chicago), 522, 529, 532n; and Pullman strike, 186, 521-25, 526n, 527, 529, 534-35, 537-38

Raphael, Michael, 472n; letter to, 471-72

Reed, Thomas B., 19, 19n

Reichers, Charles F.,* 107, 108n, 299, 381, 383, 437, 440n; and mediation of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 305-6, 313-17, 319-21, 324, 326, 333; letter from, 453-54

Rhode Island Granite Works, 341

Richardson, James D., 137, 138n

Ricks, Augustus J., 293, 294n, 295, 299, 302, 559, 576

Riggs, James P., 175n, 227; letter from, 174-75

Rist, Frank L.,* 14n, 199n, 356n; letters to, 197-98, 355-56

Rochester Boot and Shoe Manufacturers' Association, 20-21

Rochester Shoe Council, 20-21

Rochester Trades Assembly, 23n

Roesch, George F., 2:251n; letter to, 158

Rogalino, Mrs., 141

Rogalino, Netty, 141

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1:443n, 120n

Rosebery, Lord, 565, 580n, 640

Rosenberg, Delegate, 85n

Rosenkranz, Charles, 196n, 298

Rosenstein, Nathan, 141, 142n

Rosenstein, Rachel, 141, 142n

Roubik, Joseph, 150, 153n

Routt, John L., 43, 44n

Royal Commission on Labour (Great Britain), 92-93, 94n

Rudge, J. H., 637

Russell, William E., 137, 138n

Russo-American extradition treaty, 346-47, 347n

S

Sacramento Federated Trades Council, 474, 477n

Safety Appliance Act. See Legislation, U.S.: Safety Appliance Act

Sailors' and Firemen's Union, International Amalgamated,* 117, 120n

Salvatore, Siepto, 513

Sandusky, Mrs. J., 141

San Francisco Federated Trades Council, 30

Sanial, Lucien D.,* 12, 14n, 16, 78n, 84, 85n, 199n

Sarfaty, Joseph, 141, 142n

Sarfaty, Mrs. Joseph, 141

Saxton, Charles T., 26n, 29; letter to, 25-26

Schaefer, Frederick, 404n

Schaffer, Mr., 380-81

Schilling, George A., 2:*, 359n

Schlüter, Hermann, 10n

Schofield, Andrew B., 119, 120n

Schrick, Andrew W., 350, 350n

Schroeder, Louis: letter to, 459-60

Schulteis, Hermann J., 94, 95n; letter to, 291-92

Schwab, Michael,* 350, 350n, 358

Schweitzer, Johann B. von, 1:43n, 639

Scott, William L., 490n

Scott Exclusion Act. See Legislation, U.S.: Scott Exclusion Act

Scott Saxton, Mrs., 34, 41n

Seamen's Union, Lake (Milwaukee), 496, 498n

Seamen's Union of America, National,* 281n, 496; convention, 1893 (New Orleans), 280-81, 281n

Selz, Schwab, and Co., 155n

Senators, popular election of: SG and, 52-53

Senft, Eveline, 140

Senner, Joseph H., 513, 514n

Seubert, William, 485n; letter to, 484-85

Sherman, John, 373, 375n, 387, 615

Sherman Antitrust Act. See Legislation, U.S.: Sherman Antitrust Act

Sherman Silver Purchase Act. See Legislation, U.S.: Sherman Silver Purchase Act

Shevitch, Sergius E.,* 10, 10n

Shields, William E., 119, 120n, 126, 129n, 135, 138n

Shields, William J., 2:*, 14n, 126, 129n

Shipton, George,* 516, 517n

Shipwrights, Associated Society of (Great Britain), 640, 660n

Shirt Ironers' Union, Philadelphia, 220

Shoemakers, Western Association of. See Shoe Makers, Western Union of

Shoe Makers, Western Union of: convention, 1893 (Chicago), 411-12, 412n

Shoe Operators' Protective Union (Chicago), 154

Sieverman, Frank A., 20, 22n

Silver question, AFL and, 440, 613-15; SG and, 373-74, 387, 546, 609

Sino-American treaty (1894), 372n, 488-89, 489-90n

Sinsheimer, Levenson, and Co., 296n, 453-54

Skeffington, Henry J.,* 22n, 126, 128n, 131, 135, 151, 155, 251, 253n, 411-12, 412n, 430, 434n, 461, 461n, 496; letter from, 20-22; letter to, 180-81

Slavery, 630, 633-34, 641

SLP. See Socialist Labor party

Small, L. Linn, 460, 461n

Smead, Franklin H., 134, 138n

Smith, Andrew J., 382, 383n

Smith, Mr.: and arbitration of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 334-35

Smith, Oliver P., 146n; letters to, 145-46, 582-84

Snyder, William A., 51, 55n

Socialist Labor party (SLP), 10n, 84, 121, 419, 445, 480, 491, 562, 562n, 626, 650, 652-56; and AFL, 13, 15, 83, 90, 110, 121, 132-33, 197-98, 397-99, 440-41, 665; branch 8 (New York City), 355n; branch 17 (New York City), 355n; and Hebrew Trades, United, 354, 355n; and "new trade unionism," 78n, 181; SG and, 15-17, 90, 181-82, 261, 353, 397-99, 416, 440-41, 503, 626

Socialist Labor party, American Section (New York City): membership in New York City Central Labor Federation, 8, 11, 65-66, 83-84, 114

Socialist Labor Party of Germany. See Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands

Socialist Trade and Labor Alliance, 355n; District Alliance 2, 355n

Solomons, Adolphus S., 375, 376n

Sorge, Friedrich A.,* 121n; letter to, 120-21

Sotock, Mike, 240

South Dakota Alliance, 24n

"Southern Alliance." See Farmers' Alliance and Co-operative Union of America, National

Southern Pacific Railroad, 659n

Sovereign, James R.,* 3, 442n, 526n, 579n; letter to, 441-42

Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei Deutschlands, 1:43n; conference, 1893 (Cologne), 469, 642, 660n

Spaeter, Henry J., 410n; letter to, 409

Speyer, George J., 133, 134n

Spinners' Association, National Cotton Mule, 56n

Spring, Abraham, 51, 55n, 116n; letters to, 115-16, 193-94

St. Louis Brewers' Association, 346n

St. Louis Central Trades and Labor Union, 1:166n, 205, 206n, 249, 343-45

Stair Builders, New York Brotherhood of. See American Federation of Labor: local unions, directly affiliated, 5616

Stair Builders, United Order of American, 150, 153n

Stauffer, Henry, 501n; letter from, 506-7; letter to, 500- 501

Stead, William T., 543, 547n

Steam and Hot Water Fitters and Helpers of America, National Association of: local 18 (Milwaukee), 494, 497, 498n; local 24 (Milwaukee), 494, 497, 498n

Stelle, John P., 262, 263n

Sterling, W. R., 656

Stevenson, Adlai, 489n; letter to, 488-89

Steward, Ira,* 640, 660n

Stewart, Delegate, 380

Stillwagon, William C., 139, 140n, 263

Stodart, Henrietta H., 141, 142n

Stone Masons' International Union: local 1 (Denver), 79, 80n

Stonemasons' union (Great Britain), 639, 660n

Story, William, 34, 41n

Strasser Adolph,* 77n, 613, 616n; and AFL political program, 619, 621, 627, 630-31, 634-35, 639-41

Straus, Isidor, 506n; letter to, 505-6

Street-car Conductors, Motormen, and Car-drivers, Brotherhood of, 154n

Street Railway Employes of America, Amalgamated Association of,* 225-28, 229n, 359; convention, 1892 (Indianapolis), 174, 175n, 225-28; and KOL, 226, 228

Strigel, John, 133, 134n, 136-37

Strikes: AFL assessments for, 168; AFL financial support of, 21-22, 23n, 79, 149, 168-69, 250-53, 266-67, 268n, 453-54, 454n, 461, 461n, 470, 471n (see also AFL defense fund; AFL sinking fund); armed suppression of, by state, 214-15n, 243n, 254-57, 632, 659n (see also Homestead strike; Pullman strike); arrests in, 214n (see also Homestead strike; Pullman strike); injunctions against, 21, 25-26, 26n, 125-26, 128n, 129-30, 139, 148, 214n, 243n, 263-64, 293-94, 294-95n, 295-96, 296n, 297-300, 302, 412n, 420, 547n, 576, 632-33 (see also Pullman strike); SG and, 37-38, 100-101, 185-87, 546, 568-73, 578, 600-601, 605; sympathy strikes (see also Homestead strike; Pullman strike); violence in, 58n, 67, 68n, 186, 214-15n, 221, 266n, 659n (see also Homestead strike; Pullman strike)

Strikes and lockouts:

--bakers: (1891, Rochester, N.Y.), 105n

--building trades: (1892, New York City), 152, 153n

--cabinetmakers: (Feb. 1892, New York City), 267, 268n; (Apr.-July 1892, New York City), 152, 153n

--carpenters: (1891, Newark, N.J.), 70, 70n

--cigarmakers: (1883, Chicago), 640; (1890, Binghamton, N.Y.), 26, 26n, 148

--clothing cutters: (1891, Rochester, N.Y.), 299, 300n; (1893, New York City), 295-96, 296-97n, 297-300, 300-301n, 302, 304-41 (see also Knights of Labor and clothing cutters' strike [1893, New York City])

--collar, cuff, and shirt starchers: (1891-92, Troy, N.Y.), 109, 109n

--dockworkers: (1889, London), 2:281n, 78n, 504

--electrical workers: (1892?, St. Louis), 260

--garment workers: (1892, Boston), 180n; (1894, New York City and Newark, N.J.), 587-88, 589n

--general strike: (1892, New Orleans), 185-86, 241-42, 243n, 252, 295n. See also Pullman strike: and general strike, proposed

--granite cutters: (1892, Northeast), 165, 165-66n

--iron and steel workers: (1892, Beaver Falls, Pa.), 234n, 238; (1892, Homestead; see Homestead strike); (Lawrenceville, Pa.; see 1892-93, Union Mills, Pittsburgh); (1892-93, Union Mills, Pittsburgh), 234n, 238

--jute mill workers: (1893, Dundee), 542n; (1895, Dundee), 542n

--knife grinders: (1892), 197, 197n

--lasters: (1891-95, Brockton, Mass.), 296n; (1892, Chicago), 155, 155n

--locomotive engineers and firemen: (1893, Toledo, Ann Arbor, and Northern Michigan Railroad), 294n, 329-31

--metal workers: (1893, Chicago), 356n

--miners: (1890-91, Vancouver Island, B.C.), 56n; (1891, Connellsville coke region), 56-58, 58-59n, 64n, 66, 66n, 67-68, 73-74; (1891, Iowa), 69, 70n; (1891, Tennessee), 215n; (1892, Coeur d'Alene), 185-86, 213, 214n, 251-52, 255, 293-94, 420; (1892, Tennessee), 185-86, 213, 215n, 220, 251-53, 420; (1893, Great Britain), 426, 429n, 432, 565, 575; (1894), 542-44, 547n

--printers: (1891-92, Pittsburgh), 125-26, 128n, 129-30, 263; (1892, New York City), 486n

--Pullman Palace Car Co.: (1894), 521-22, 525, 527-28, 580-82

--railroad workers: (1877), 1:95, 190; (1893, Lehigh Valley Railroad), 432, 434n; (1894, American Railway Union; see Pullman strike); (1894, Great Northern Railroad), 521, 544, 547n; (1894, Northern Pacific Railroad), 561n; (1894, Southern and Central Pacific railroads), 632, 659n

--shoe workers: (1890-91, Rochester, N.Y.), 2:427-28n, 20-21, 26; (1893-94, Auburn, Me.), 411, 412n, 460-61

--spinners: (1890-91, Newark, N.J.), 56n

--stonemasons: (1877-78, London), 639, 660n

--streetcar employees: (1892, Indianapolis), 154, 154n

--switchmen: (1892, Buffalo, N.Y.), 185-86, 213, 214-15n, 219, 222, 420

--tailors: (1891, New York City), 125; (1892, Boston), 180n

--textile workers: (1882, Cohoes, N.Y.), 1:265n, 318, 340n

--waiters: (1893, Brooklyn), 485-86n Striking for Life: Labor's Side of the Labor Question (Swinton), 592, 593n

Suchanek, Joseph, 150n; letter to, 149-50

Sullivan, Dora, 109n, 176-77, 177n; letters to, 108-9, 163-64

Sullivan, James W.,* 472, 472n, 631-32, 659n

Sumner, Charles, 633, 659-60n

Sweatshops, 103, 103n, 587, 589n

Sweeney, Frank, 215n

Sweeney, Thomas, 148, 148n

Swinton, John,* 298, 300n, 592

Switchmen's Mutual Aid Association of the U.S. of America,* 93, 94n; lodge 39 (Buffalo, N.Y.), 185, 214n

Sykes, Edward, 400, 401n

Syndicat de Chambre. See Union des chambres syndicales

T

Taft, William H., 293, 294n, 295, 299, 302, 559, 576

Tailors, Brotherhood of, 379

Tailors' Union, Operative (New York City), 379

Tailors' Union of America, Journeymen,* 108n, 587, 589n; local 12 (Boston), 179, 180n; local 23 (Brooklyn), 379, 382n

Takano, Fusataro,* 473n; letter to, 472-73

Talbot, Thomas W.,* 406, 407n

Talley, Benjamin C., 583, 584n

Tanners and Curriers of America, United Brotherhood of,* 493, 495, 498n; local 1 (Milwaukee), 492-95, 497, 497n; local 2 (see Tanners and Curriers of America, United Brotherhood of, local 3); local 3 (Milwaukee), 494, 497, 498n

Taylor, Perry D.: letter to, 183

Teall, Oliver S., 418n; letter to, 418

Tennessee Coal, Iron, and Railroad Co., 215n

Tennessee miners' strike (1892). See Strikes and lockouts: miners (1892, Tennessee)

Terrell, Ben, 263n; letter from, 262-63

Theatrical Stage Employes of the U.S., National Alliance of,* 520n; convention, 1894 (Chicago), 520n; letter to 1894 convention, 518-20

Thomas, Arthur L., 43, 44n

Thomas, Delegate, 381

Thomas, Hiram W., 424-25, 425n

Thomson-Houston works (St. Louis), 260

Thorne, William J.,* 33n, 34n; letter to, 32-33

Thornton, William T., 98, 102n

Thurber, Francis B., 375n; letter to, 373-74

Tile Layers and Trade National Union, Mosaic and Encaustic,* 429n

Tillett, Benjamin,* 16, 18n, 516

Tillman, James F., 104n, 262; letter to, 104

Tin, Sheet Iron, and Cornice Workers' International Association,* 235, 236n

Tobin, John F.,* 622-26, 656, 659n

Todd, Sullivan, and Baldwin, 107, 108n

Todtenhausen, August A., 135, 138n, 220-21, 251, 253n

Toledo, Ann Arbor, and Northern Michigan Railroad, 294n

Toledo and Vicinity, Central Labor Union of, 124, 124n

Tozier, Albert, 82, 83n

Tracy, Thomas F.,* 662, 664n

Trade schools: SG and, 375-76, 557

Trades Union Congress of Great Britain,* 223, 224n, 419; 1889 (Dundee), 636, 660n; 1891 (Newcastle-upon-Tyne), 223, 224n; 1892 (Glasgow), 223-24, 224n, 348-49; 1893 (Belfast), 619-20, 635-36, 640, 659n; 1894 (Norwich), 516, 517n, 588, 636-37; 1895 (Cardiff), 664, 665n; Parliamentary Committee of, 612; and political action, independent, 619-20, 622, 625-26, 636-37; socialism, endorsement of, 635-38, 640

Trade unions: ethnic divisions in, 490-92, 494; growth of, SG and, 49, 603-4; leadership of, SG and, 332, 400; need for federation of, SG and, 144-45, 166-67, 280-81, 301, 405-7, 466-68, 498-99, 499n, 518-20, 572; need for organization of, SG and, 183, 194, 280, 473, 531; officers and delegates of, SG and, 248; and political party, independent, 23-24, 479-81, 491; and political party, independent, SG and, 6, 77-78, 78n, 181, 202, 403, 421, 444-45, 504, 585-86, 588, 608, 612; right to counsel of, SG and, 395, 602-3; SG and, 9, 17, 36-37, 75, 90-91, 95-102, 144-45, 200, 324-25, 354, 392-93, 417, 431-33, 510-11, 554-56, 559, 577-79, 669-70; unaffiliated, SG and, 166-67, 225-29, 280-81, 301, 405-7, 466-68, 498-99, 499n, 518-20, 572 (see also Cigar Makers' International Union, and political party, independent; "New Trade Unionism")

Trade Unions, Their Origin and Objects, Influence and Efficacy (Trant), 2:206n, 102n

Transportation, government ownership of, AFL and, 258-59, 260n, 401, 551, 635; SG and, 475, 574 (see also AFL political program)

Trant, William, 2:206n, 97-98, 102n

Treaties. See Russo-American extradition treaty; Sino- American treaty

"Triple Alliance" (New Orleans), 243n

Tucker, Gideon J., 550n; letter to, 549-50

Tuttle, Charles: letter to, 229-30

Tweed, William M., 1:173n, 373n

Typographia, German-American, 2:*; local 7 (New York City), 1:260n, 115n, 379, 484, 486n; local 10 (Milwaukee), 493-94, 498n

Typographical Union, International,* 68, 69n, 137, 457, 627, 629; convention, 1892 (Philadelphia), 162, 163n, 168-69, 245; convention, 1894 (Louisville), 618; and eight-hour movement (1892), 162, 168-69; local 6 (New York City), 1:362n, 379; local 7 (Pittsburgh), 128n; local 23 (Milwaukee), 494-97, 498n; local 215 (Decatur, Ill.), 362n; local 276 (New Bedford, Mass.), 362n; local 317 (New York City), 379, 382n

U

Unemployment: SG and, 229-30, 288, 366n, 431

Union Co-operative Laundry (Philadelphia), 161n

Union des chambres syndicales, 2:108n, 369

Union for Practical Progress, 468, 469n

Union leagues, 380, 382-83n

Union Pacific Railroad, 551, 552n

Union shop: SG and, 324-25, 484

University Settlement (New York City), 458n

U.S. Department of Labor, 2:127n, 477-78, 478n; commissioner of, 477-78

U.S. Immigration Commission, 271, 271n, 361

U.S. Post office, 629, 631-32

U.S. Strike Commission, 571, 579n; SG testimony before, 563-79

V

Valentine, Joseph F.,* 662, 664n

Valesh, Eva McDonald,* 131, 132n, 419; letters to, 143-44, 591-93

Valesh, Frank, 126, 128n, 130, 251, 253n, 259, 265, 591-92

Valesh, Frank, Jr., 592

Vanderbilt, Cornelius, 2:409n, 481

Van Etten, Ida M.,* 29, 29n, 133, 136

Van Gülpen, George W.: letter to, 551

Van Patten, Simon P.,* 15, 18n

Vermont Marble Co., 271

Vigouroux, Louis, 368, 370n

Vince, Joseph, 1:433n, 141

Vince, Mrs. Joseph, 141

Vogt, Hugo,* 16, 18n, 397

Voice, 217

Volders, Jean,* 86, 87n

Von der Fehr, Frank, 344, 345n

Voorhees, Daniel W., 137, 138n

Vrooman, Harry C., 468n; letter to, 468

W

Wages: SG views of, 229-30, 274-75, 316-18, 395, 575, 604

Wage workers of the U.S.: letter to, 15-18

Wagnalls, Adam W., 217, 218n

Wagner, Karl H.: letter to, 169-70

Wagstaff, William, 196, 197n

Waiters' and Bartenders' National Union,* 89, 90n, 401n

Waiters' Union, German (New York City), 379

Waldinger, August, 2:408n, 12, 14n, 397

Walker, Edwin, 523

Walker, Eugene, 128n, 263

Walsh, Thomas C., 367, 367n, 378, 380, 382

Ware, Fred J., 51, 55n

Washington, Mr., 450

Washington and British Columbia, District Building Trades Council of, 55n

Washington (state) Farmers' Alliance, 55n

Washington State Federation of Industrial Organizations, 55n

Watchorn, Robert,* 277, 279n

Watkins, David: letter to, 356-57

Weaver, James B., 4, 277, 277n; letter to, 593

Weber, Frank J.,* 496, 498n

Weber, John B., 196, 271n; letter to, 271

Weeks, Joseph D., 602, 606n

Weihe, William,* 189n, 191n, 199n, 206, 219n, 231, 239-40, 250, 253n, 401; letters to, 191, 218-19

Weinhard, Henry, Brewery, 82, 83n

Weismann, Henry,* 111-12, 114n, 250, 252, 253n, 256, 353, 430, 480, 609-10, 611n; and AFL political program, 419, 436, 445, 621-22, 624, 641-44, 654; and compulsory arbitration, 259, 427-28; and depression of 1893, 367, 380-84

Wellington collieries, 53, 56n

Western Central Labor Union (Seattle), 55n

Western Wheel Co., 356n

White, Charles L., 533, 533n

White, Harry (mayor of Seattle), 51, 55n

White, Henry,* 111, 115n, 260, 261n, 381-83, 421; and mediation of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 305, 313-14, 319-22, 326, 333, 338

White, James E., 413, 414n

White, Rufus A., 424, 425n

Wickes, Thomas H., 522

Willard, Cyrus F., 415, 415n

Willard, Frances E. C., 598-99, 599n

Willey, Norman B., 214n

Williams, Henry W., 559, 561n, 576

Williams, Owen A., 125-28, 128n, 134, 137

Williams, Victor, 139, 140n

Williamson, Henry, 540, 542n

Williston, Martin L., 424, 426n

Wilson, Charles F., 397, 399n

Wilson-Gorman Tariff. See Legislation, U.S.: Wilson-Gorman Tariff

Windom, William, 119, 120n

Winkel, Mrs. Abraham, 141, 142n

Winnick, Henry, 141, 142n

Winnick, Mrs. Henry, 141

Wisconsin State Federation of Labor, 496, 498n

Wisconsin Vorwärts, 490, 492-94, 498n

Wisdom, Thomas J.,* 356, 356n

Wise, Peter, 67, 68n

Wolder, Louis, 141, 142n, 381, 383n

Wolf, E., 403n

Wolfson, Louis, 615, 616n, 633, 641

Woman's Christian Temperance Union, 598, 599n; convention, 1894 (Cleveland), 598, 599n

Woman's Temperance Crusade, 599

Woman suffrage, AFL and, 25, 428; SG and, 40, 159, 428

Woman Suffrage Association, American, 25n

Woman Suffrage Association, National, 25n

Woman Suffrage Association, National American, 25n

Women workers, AFL and, 133, 136, 160, 180, 428; SG and, 102-3, 155, 284, 347-48

Wood, Francis N., 362n; letter to, 361-62

Wood, Joseph W., 463n; letter from, 462

Woodbridge, Alice L., 452n; letter to, 452

Woods, Samuel,* 596-97, 597n

Woods, W. G., 362

Woods, William A., 523, 526n, 531n, 559, 561n, 563n, 576, 632

Wood Workers' International Union of America, Machine,* 533n

Worden, S. F., 659n

Workday: hours, reduction of, SG and, 44-46, 49, 53-54, 393-94, 447, 450, 547, 550, 605, 609; SG and, 229-30, 278, 285

Workmen's Advocate, 14n

World's Congress Auxiliary, 224n

Worthington, Nicholas E., 572-75, 579n

Woytisek, Vincent, 1:*, 15, 18n

Wright, Alexander W., 2:*, 3

Wright, Carroll D.,* 288, 291n, 477, 564, 567-71, 578, 579n, 602, 606n

Wright, Hendrick B., 448, 451n

Z

Zacharias, Benjamin, 340n; and mediation of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 306

Zuber, John J., 340n; and mediation of clothing cutters' strike (1893, New York City), 305-6, 314, 326-27, 332

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