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Gowen, Franklin B.

Argument of Franklin B. Gowen, before the Judiciary Committee of the Senate of Pennsylvania, on behalf of the railroad and mining interests of Pennsylvania, March 30th, 1871

Argument of Franklin B. Gowen, before the Judiciary Committee of the Senate of Pennsylvania, on behalf of the railroad and mining interests of Pennsylvania, March 30th, 1871
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The Leisenring Steam Printing House, Philadelphia. 1871, 38p., wraps chipped on the edges, rear wrap detached but present, small stain in bottom margin of the text block, minor internal handling wear, coal company stamp on front wrap. On his disputes with the Workingmen's Benevolent Association (the anthracite coalminers' union), wage issues and the like. It was Gowen's breaking the union in 1874 that lead to the Molly Maguire scare.

Cat.No: 161287

Price: $75.00

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