Life of Richard F. Trevellick, the labor orator by Obediah Hicks

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First published Joliet, Ill: Williams, 1896.

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Statementby Obediah Hicks.
SeriesAmerican labor from conspiracy to collective bargaining
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Open LibraryOL21377874M
ISBN 100405029268
OCLC/WorldCa241231

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The author of this volume, an itinerant reformer, played a leading role among those who sought labor expression in the new Republican party, created the Knights of Labor and fought monopolies.

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Trevellick, the labor orator or the harbinger of the eight-hour system. Trevellick travelled world-wide to organize labor unions and political parties while lecturing on the importance of the eight-hour system.

The book includes death notices, euologies and poems. ~~ Richard F. Trevellick (), served as president of the Ship Carpenters' & Caulkers' International Union (), president of the Detroit Trades Assembly (), president of the National Labor Union () and president of Labor's Political League ().

Trevellick was the first great labor "agitator," orator and organizer in America. So began a poem often recited by Knights of Labor orator Richard F.

Trevellick. Its defiant egalitarianism reappeared incessantly in music-hall songs, speeches to workingmen's clubs, and odes recited by children at lodge picnics. The poem concluded by blending its evangelical theme of self-improvement into that of struggle for social reform.

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“Uncle Dick,” as he was fondly called, was a brilliant orator and was elected president of the Carpenters and Caulkers’ International Union. Full text of "History of Labour in the United States" See other formats. Meet the person who is, perhaps, Michigan's most important labor leader in history, Richard F.

Trevellick (–). Born on St. Mary’s Isle, Cornwall, Dick traveled much of the world working as a ship builder before landing in New Orleans at the outset of the Civil War. due here next Friday, is Richard F. Trevellick, son of the famous labor orator of same name who visited this region several times many years ago.

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Richard F. Trevellick, of Detroit, a member of the Knights of Labor, and one of the oldest and most eloquent lecturers on the labor question, came here on last Thursday to fill an appointment he had for an address in the afternoon, but the order thought best that he should not speak, for fear that it might interfere with the proceedings of the.

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Trevellick (–) was born on St. Mary’s in the Scilly Islands off the southwestern tip of England. He became a ship’s carpenter and traveled to the Far East. Even as a youth he was known as an outspoken labor reformer, especially favoring the eight-hour day. The Greenback Party National Convention convened in Chicago from June 9 to 11,to select presidential and vice presidential nominees and write a party platform for the Greenback Party in the United States presidential election of Delegates chose James B.

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