The Longshoremen

Charles B. Barnes
Paperback or Ebook
287 pages
January, 1915

Published in 1915, this report provides an account of the working conditions and wages of longshoremen in the United States in the early twentieth century. It highlights the problems that come with intermittent employment and casual labor.

CHARLES B. BARNES was fellow at the Bureau of Social Research, New York School of Philanthropy, and director of New York State Public Employment Bureau.


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