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For more information on this particular item, visit the document page for Pastoral Letter, 1884 . This item is a part of the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the Knights of Labor section. Return to Index of Documents

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For more information on this particular item, visit the document page for "Adelphon Kruptos" ritual book, ca. 1880 . This item is a part of the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the Knights of Labor section. Return to Index of…

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This 1886 engraved photograph shows several of the founders of the Knights of Labor. From left: William Cook, James S. Wright, R.C. Macauley, James M. Hilsee, Robert W. Keen, and Joseph Kennedy. The framed portrait in the center of the image is of…

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For more information on this particular item, visit the document page for Knights of Labor Local By-Laws, 1880. This item is a part of the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the Knights of Labor section. Return to Index of Documents

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Colorado Knights of Labor march in a July 4, 1887 parade held in the town of Leadeville. This item is part of the background to the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the Knights of Labor section.

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For more information on this particular item, visit the document page for Knights of Labor Constitution, 1885 This item is a part of the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the Knights of Labor section. Return to Index of Documents  

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Samuel Gompers (1850-1924) was the first president of the American Federation of Labor from 1896-1894, a union that would grow in numbers and power as the Knights of Labor declined. This portrait is signed by Gompers. This item is part…

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Elzéar-Alexandre Taschereau, Archbishop of Quebec, opposed the spread of the Knights of Labor into Canada. This item is part of the background to the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the Knights of Labor section.

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This is Terence V. Powderly's certificate of membership in the National Union of Machinists and Blacksmiths, which was affiliated with Knights of Labor. The certificate is hand-drawn, and includes a photograph of Powderly mounted in the center.…

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Born in Peterson, Kansas in 1890, this baby's parents christened him Terence Vincent Powderly Robertson in honor of the labor leader. This item is part of the background to the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the Knights…
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