The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the history of labor.
· Brody, David (1980). Workers in Industrial America: Essays on the Twentieth Century Struggle. Oxford University Press.
· Gordon, David M., Richard Edwards, and Michael Reich (1982). Segmented Work, Divided Workers: The Historical Transformation of Labor in the United States. Cambridge University Press.
· Innes, Stephen (ed.) (1988). Work and Labor in Early America. University of North Carolina Press.
· Labor History on the Internet. Tennessee Technological University. http://www.tntech.edu/history/labor.html
· Montgomery, David (1987). The Fall of the House of Labor. Cambridge University Press.
· U.S. Department of Labor. Labor Hall of Fame: U.S. Labor History Links. http://www.dol.gov/oasam/programs/laborhall/main.htm
· Blau, Francine D. (1980). "Immigration and Labor Earnings in Early Twentieth-Century America." In Research in Population Economics, edited by J. Simon. Volume 2. JAI Press.
· Brody, David (1979). "The Old Labor History and the New: In Search of an American Working Class." Labor History 20 (Winter): 111-126.
· Brown, James D. A Curriculum of United States Labor History for Teachers. Illinois Labor History Society. http://www.kentlaw.edu/ilhs/curricul.htm
· Byerly, Victoria (1986). Hard Times Cotton Mill Girls: Personal Histories of Womanhood and Poverty in the South. ILR Press.
· Commons, John Rogers, et al. (1918-1935). History of Labour in the United States. Volumes 1-4. Macmillan.
· Dublin, Thomas (ed.) (1993). Farm to Factory: Women's Letters, 1830-1860. Columbia University Press.
· Dubofsky, Melvyn (2000). Hard Work: The Making of Labor History. University of Illinois Press.
· Illinois Labor History Society. Labor History Articles. http://www.kentlaw.edu/ilhs/articles.htm
· International Association of Labour History Institutions (IALHI). http://www.iisg.nl/~ialhi/
· Labor History (1960-present). A quarterly journal.
· Marglin, Stephen A. (1974). "What Do Bosses Do? The Origins and Functions of Hierarchy in Capitalist Production." Review of Radical Political Economics 6 (Summer): 60-112.
· Montgomery, David (1980). "To Study the People: The American Working Class." Labor History 21 (Fall): 485-512.
· Quast, Jenneke. World Wide Web Virtual Library: Labor History. http://www.iisg.nl/~w3vl/
· Schnapper, Morris Bartel (1975). American Labor: A Pictorial Social History. Public Affairs Press.
· Shaping San Francisco: Labor. http://www.shapingsf.org/ezine/labor/index.html
· Stephenson, Charles, and Robert Asher (eds.) (1986). Life and Labor: Dimensions of American Working-Class History. State University of New York Press.
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