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Songs of the workers : on the road, in the jungles, and in the shops.

Author: Joe Hill; Industrial Workers of the World.; Washington State Library. Classics in Washington History.; Washington State Library. Manuscripts Collection.
Publisher: Chicago : Industrial Workers of the World, [1919]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 15th edView all editions and formats
Database:WorldCat
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Joe Hill was a Swedish-American labor activist, songwriter and member of the I.W.W. While he was in Utah, he was convicted of murder in a controversial trial. After an unsuccessful appeal, political debates and international calls for clemency from high profile people and workers' organizations, he was executed. On 19 Nov. 1915 he was executed by a firing squad. After his execution, his body was sent to Chicago  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Songs and music
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Songs of the workers.
Chicago : Industrial Workers of the World, [1919]
(OCoLC)805419242
Named Person: Joe Hill
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joe Hill; Industrial Workers of the World.; Washington State Library. Classics in Washington History.; Washington State Library. Manuscripts Collection.
OCLC Number: 29054263
Notes: "October 1919."
Without music; tunes indicated by title.
Includes index.
Washington State Library digital version viewed October 3, 2012.
Forms part of the WSL I.W.W. collection, (MS 143).
Description: 64 p. : ports. ; 15 cm.
Other Titles: I.W.W. songs to fan the flames of discontent.
I.W.W. songs to fan the flames of discontent.

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Joe Hill was a Swedish-American labor activist, songwriter and member of the I.W.W. While he was in Utah, he was convicted of murder in a controversial trial. After an unsuccessful appeal, political debates and international calls for clemency from high profile people and workers' organizations, he was executed. On 19 Nov. 1915 he was executed by a firing squad. After his execution, his body was sent to Chicago for cremation. His ashes were placed in envelopes and mailed throughout the world to different people and labor organizations to scatter. Most organizations scattered them. The songbook includes lyrics to several songs Hill authored and a portrait of him.

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