Bibliography: Periodicals + Literature (Labor)

Chaplin, Ralph. When The Leaves Come Out: Poems of the Revolution. Chicago: Rebel Press, 1934.  

Flynn, Dandy. “A scab in Hell!,” 1902. Univeristy of New Orleans, Special Collections.

Hall, Covington. Quivara, or, The quest of Alvarez, Rogers Ark.: Avalon Press, 1946.  

———. Rebellion Made up of Dreams and Dynamite. New Orleans, La., 1915.  

———. Rhymes of a rebel … 1st ed. Newllano La.: Llano Cooperative Colony Printing, 1931.  

Hall, Covington, and Alabama Writers’ Project.;Federal Writers’ Project.;United States.;University Microfilms International. Mountain Merchant-Farmer. [S.l.]: Federal Writers’ Project, 1980.  

———. The “Andrew Jackson of Southern Labor”. [S.l.]: Federal Writers’ Project, 1980.  

Lemann, Nicholas. Revolutionary Patriots : Covington Hall and the Southern Anti-Capitalist Tradition, 1976.  

National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers (U.S.). The Lumberjack. Edited by Covington Hall. Alexandria, La: National Industrial Union of Forest and Lumber Workers, Southern District, 1913.  

New Orleans Central Trades and Labor Council. Union Advocate Official Organ of the New Orleans Central Trades and Labor Council. New Orleans: L. Simmons, 1902.  

Rebellion Made up of Dreams and Dynamite. New Orleans: Covington Hall, editor and publisher, 1915.  

The Labor Record. New Orleans: Alonzo D. Kern, 1908.  

Twomey Center for Peace Through Justice, and Loyola University (New Orleans, La.). Blueprint for Social Justice. New Orleans, Twomey Center for Peace through Justice, Loyola University., 1980.  

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