Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones

Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones
Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones
Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones
Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones
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This is a 13 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on Industrialization & Urbanization -Mother Jones. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs.

Mary Harris Jones (aka "Mother Jones") was born in 1830 in County Cork, Ireland. She lost her family to a yellow fever outbreak and her home in the great Chicago fire.

She became a labor activist and tirelessly campaigned for workers rights, earning the nickname “Mother Jones.” She was a campaigner for the United Mine Workers Union, founded the Social Democratic Party and helped establish the Industrial Workers of the World.

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Introduction
Early Life
Personal Tragedies
Labor Activism
A Dangerous Woman
United Mine Workers
Social Democratic Party
Industrial Workers of the World
Arrested & Sentenced
Death & Legacy
End of Presentation

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Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones
Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones
Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones
Industrialization & Urbanization - Mother Jones