5 edition of The Winnipeg strike, 1919 found in the catalog.
The Winnipeg strike, 1919
Kenneth William Kirkpatrick McNaught
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Kenneth McNaught, David J. Bercuson.|
|Contributions||Bercuson, David Jay, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD5330.Z9 W45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||75307080|
"It was the most dramatic single event in Canadian labour history," author Donald D.C. Masters wrote in his book The Winnipeg General Strike. The cost of . “The Winnipeg General Strike of was an important chapter in the history of our province and our country. And we are fortunate that the timing of the Strike exhibition will result in many of the elements becoming permanent aspects in the renewed Urban Gallery space adjacent to a new Winnipeg Gallery opening the fall of this year.
Winnipeg edited by Norman Penner. Following the strike, union leaders published an account of the events leading up to and during the strike. This book offers the full document in its original format along with an introduction to the edition by labour historian and activist Norman Penner. Winnipeg, the strikers' own history of the Winnipeg general strike / edited with an introd. by Norman Penner ; with a foreword by W. A. Pritchard.
The Winnipeg General Strike of , which involved approximat workers, is Canada's best-known strike. When the State Trembledrecovers the hitherto untold story of the Citizens' Committee of , formed by Winnipeg's business elite in order to crush the revolt and sustain the status quo. Winnipeg On workers from across Winnipeg, ranging from metal workers to telephone operators, united to spark the largest worker revolt in Canadian history. Even the Winnipeg police voted to join the strike, although they remained on duty at the request of the strike committee in order to prevent martial law.
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Winnipeg The Strikers' Own History of the General Strike. A Graphic History of the Winnipeg General Strike Paperback – February 8, by Graphic History Collective (Author), David Lester (Illustrator) out of 5 /5(3).a new graphic novel by The Graphic History Collective and David Lester, is a welcome addition to all the ways that the th Anniversary of the Winnipeg General Strike is being marked.
The strike, which began on May 15th and ended on June 26th ofis being commemorated in /5. Winnipeg The Strikers’ Own History of the Winnipeg General Strike. Third edition. Edited by Norman Penner.
Introduction by Christo Aivalis. Lorimer, $Author: Karen Press. Another book produced by the collective along with David Lester, A Graphic History of the Winnipeg The Winnipeg strike Strike, uses a clever combination of words and images to provide insights into one of the formative events of the Canadian labour movement.
This is a dynamic and engaging comic book history of the Winnipeg General Strike that keeps the memory of an important class conflict alive.
– Gord Hill, Kwakwaka’wakw author and illustrator of The Years of Resistance Comic Book. captures the intensity and vibrancy of the Winnipeg General Strike. This book is a must-read for history buffs, comics fans, and everyone seeking a more just world.
this is the story of the "Winnepeg General Strike of " which is the icon of union strikes from the beginning of the twentieth century. Though the union strikers were able to get the other non-union workers to join them including the Police and Fire Departments, they did not accomplish any of the points they had gone on strike for/5.
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The Winnipeg general strike of was one of the most famous and influential strikes in Canadian history. For six weeks, May 15 to J more t strikers brought economic activity to a standstill in Winnipeg, Manitoba, which at the time was Canada's third largest city.
For six weeks in the summer of the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba was crippled by a massive and dramatic general strike. Frustrated by unemployment, inflation, poor working conditions and regional disparities after World War I, workers from both the private and public sectors joined forces to shut down or drastically reduce most workers were orderly and peaceful, but the reaction.
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Genre/Form: Circular 14 titles: Additional Physical Format: McNaught, Kenneth, Winnipeg strike,  Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. The Winnipeg General Strike The Winnipeg General Strike of was one of the most famous and influential strikes in Canadian history, and became the platform for future labour reforms.
Alm workers left their jobs and even essential public employees such as firefighters and police went on strike. It all happened in Winnipeg, Manitoba years ago in one of the most well‐known and significant labour strikes in Canadian history: the Winnipeg General Strike.
View image in fullscreen gallery Proclamation by Winnipeg Mayor Charles Gray banning parades and public gatherings, June 5, A crowd gathers at the corner of William Avenue and Main Street during the Winnipeg General Strike in (L.B.
Foote collection/Archives of Manitoba) The Winnipeg General Strike ended Author: Darren Bernhardt. On workers from across Winnipeg, ranging from metal workers to telephone operators, united to spark the largest worker revolt in Canadian history.
Even the Winnipeg police voted to join the strike, although they remained on duty at the request of the strike committee in order to prevent martial imat workers walked off the job over the next six weeks.
The now-iconic Winnipeg museum located at The Forks opened in with an exhibit in its Canadian Journeys gallery about the Winnipeg General Strike that includes a. The Winnipeg General Strike was a major event in the history of Winnipeg and the nation. Canada’s largest strike, encompassing o workers, took place in downtown Winnipeg and shut down the city on for 40 days.
The how and why of this and the buildup to the strike are all revisited in this Graphic History Collective and David Lester released book, A Graphic History of .RCMP on horseback charge into the crowd of strikers on Main Street on J Dear Association Members, Toronto Division member Ben Jillett has provided a timely article for today.
It deals with the Winnipeg General Strike and was compiled by our Association Secretary, Mark Gaillard. It is a fascinating if disturbing article. James Forrest.Peel Winnipeg. General Strike. Defense Committee. The Winnipeg General Sympathetic Strike, May-June, Trial by jury destroyed by stampede forty-five minute legislation, workers arrested and rushed to penitentiary to smash strike, leading lawyers, members of Employers' Committee ofengaged by federal government to prosecute workers: Strikes, arrests, trials, penitentiary.