The Most Dangerous Woman in America: Mary Harris "Mother" Jones
Learners discover labor issues of the 1800's. In this Pennsylvanian history lesson, students research the case of Mary Harris Jones and discover her work as a labor activist. Learners discuss the case together in class.
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