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Primary Sources: The 1910's: Jones, Mother
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Debbs, Eugene V.
Du Bois, W.E.B.
Johnson, James Weldon
Taft, William Howard
Tarbell, Ida M.
Walker, C. J., Madam
Washington, Booker T.
Wells, Ida B.
Wilson, Ellen and Wilson, Edith
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Online Sources: Mother Jones
The Autobiography of Mother Jones Recording
A LibriVox audio version of the book.
Documents by Mary Harris "Mother" Jones (IWW)
Civilization in Southern Mills (1901)
The Autobiography of Mother Jones (1925)
Mary Harris "Mother" Jones Papers
"apers and photographs documenting the life of labor organizer Mary Harris "Mother" Jones (1843?-1930), drawn from the Mother Jones, Terence Powderly and John Mitchell collections of The Catholic University of America Archives."
“Speech at a Public Meeting on the Steps of the State Capitol, Charleston, West Virginia,”
By Mary Harris ‘Mother’ Jones on 15 August 1912 provided by Voices of Democracy
Book Sources: Mother Jones
A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
Click the title for location and availability information.
Autobiography of Mother Jones
Mary Harris Jones
Call Number: HD8073.J6 A3 2004
Edited by Mary Field Parton ; introduction by Clarence Darrow.
Available Online from the
HathiTrust Digital Library
The Court-Martial of Mother Jones
Edward M. Steel (Editor)
Call Number: KF223.J66 C68 1995
Provides a transcript of the trial
The Speeches and Writings of Mother Jones
Call Number: HD8072 .J7832 1988
The True History of the famous McNamara Case
Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust
Speeches of Anton Johannsen, Clarence Darrow, and Mother Jones
Workers Unite!: The American Labor Movement
Call Number: HD8066 .H55 2011
"Features include a narrative overview, biographies, primary sources, chronology, glossary, bibliography, and index"--Provided by publisher.
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