The shoemakers' strike in Lynn, Mass.—Procession, in the midst of a snow-storm, of eight hundred women operatives joining in the strike, with banners, inscriptions, and working tools, preceded by the Lynn City Guards with music, and followed by four thousand workmen, firemen, &c., March 7, 1860.

From Beyond the lines: pictorial reporting, everyday life, and the crisis of gilded-age America by Joshua Brown

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  • American: 1789-1899
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