Bibliography: Trades (Labor)
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Barthe, Darryl. “New Orleans‘ Plasterers‘ Union Local 93: Afro-Creole Identity, Family and Organized Labor, 1898-1954.” MA Thesis, University of New Orleans, 2009. http://louisdl.louislibraries.org/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/NOD&CISOPTR=851&CISOBOX=1&REC=8.
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Central Trades and Labor Council of New Orleans. Souvenir Program … 1936 Labor Day Celebration. Municipal Auditorium, Monday, September 7, 1936, New Orleans, La. New Orleans, 1936.
Chamberlain, Charles D. “Manpower, Region and Race: Mobilizing Southern Workers for World War Two, 1939-1948.” Dissertation, history, Tulane University, 1999.
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