Illinois Staats-Zeitung -- May 28, 1872[Coal Yard Strike]
Last Friday, the workers, who load and unload coal in Robert Law's Coal yards, struck...
The striking workers were satisfied with their wages, but did not want to tolerate workers not belonging to the Union.
Mr. Law has now engaged 150 workers who belong to no Union, who work for less than the strikers, namely $3 and $4 a day.
Those who he employed, heretofore, were all Irish, now Mr. Law is trying it with Germans and Scandinavians exclusively.
I D 2 a 3, I C, I D 2 a 4
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