Bibliography: Working Class (Labor)

Carpenter, Charles Gerald. Southern Labor and the Southern-Urban Continuum, 1919-1929, 1973.  

Cohen, Hennig. “The History of ‘Poor Boy,’ the New Orleans Bargain Sandwich.” American Speech 25, no. 1 (February 1950): 67-69.  

Everard, Wayne. “NOPL: WPA Photograph Collection,” n.d.

Louisiana Works Progress Administration (WPA). Listing of mens’ and women’s clubs in New Orleans Louisiana, probably from the early 1900s., n.d.  

Mizell-Nelson, Michael. “The History of the Po-Boy | New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival,” n.d.

———. “You say ‘po’-boy’, I say poor boy: New Orleans culinary and labour history sandwiched together.” In Heritage, Labour and the Working Classes, edited by Laurajane Smith. Key Issues in Cultural Heritage, n.d.  

Powers, Madelon. Faces Along the Bar: Lore and Order in the Workingman’s Saloon, 1870-1920. University Of Chicago Press, 1999.  

Powers, Madelon, and Mohl, Raymond. “The “Poor Man’s Friend” : Saloonkeepers, Workers, and the Code of Reciprocity in U.S. Barrooms, 1870-1920.” In The Making of Urban America. Scholarly Resources, 1997.