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Working Americans

"The well-organized books are designed to facilitate our understanding of the growth and development as well as the lifestyle and economic life of the working and middle classes over a century. Information to paint this picture was taken from government surveys, social worker histories, economic data, diaries and letters, and newspaper and magazine articles."*

Working Americans 1880-1999: The Working Class: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.1

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Working Americans

Working Americans 1880-1999: The Middle Class: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.2

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Working Americans

Working Americans 1880-1999: The Upper Class: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.3

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Working Americans

Working Americans 1880-1999: The Children: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.4

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Working Americans

Working Americans 1880-2003: Americans At War: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.5

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Working Americans

Working Americans 1880-2005: Women at Work: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.6

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Working Americans 1880-2006: Volume VII: Social Movements

Working Americans 1880-2006: Social Movements: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.7

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Working Americans

Working Americans 1880-2007: Immigrants: REF HD 8066 .D47 2000 v.8

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