2 edition of industrial worker in Pennsylvania, 1800-1840 found in the catalog.
industrial worker in Pennsylvania, 1800-1840
William A. Sullivan
Bibliography: p. 235-245.
|Statement||by William A. Sullivan. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, 1955.|
|Series||History of American economy|
|LC Classifications||HD8083.P43 S8 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 253 p.|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||77038878|
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Bronner. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission DONALD H. KENT The Industrial W;orker in Pennsylvania, By William A. Sulli-van. (Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, viii + pp. Tables, appendixes, bibliography, and index. $) The title of this book implies that it is a history of industrial workers.
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Coal Age Empire: Pennsylvania Coal and Its Utilization to Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, Chandler, Alfred. "Anthracite Coal and the Beginnings of the 'Industrial Revolution' in the United States", Business History Review.
This book provides thoughtful insights into the development in work, organisations and employment relations in the last 50 years. In a semi-autobiographical approach, the author reflects on important contributions by other scholars, practitioners, and policy makers to work and employment relations.
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