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Workshop: Getting Your Historic House (Museum) in Order--Registration Deadline Sept. 11

Getting Your Historic House (Museum) in Order: Foundation Documents for Managing Your Historic Property

Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Instructors: Dorothy Hartman and Margaret M. Hickey
Place: Rutgers-Camden Campus Center and the Walt Whitman House
Cost: $75 (includes lunch)
Credits: .7 CEUs, 7 AIA LUs

Registration Deadline: September 11, 2016

Online Exhibit: John Mitchell - 'Apostle of Labor,' and the Anthracite Coal Strike of 1902

John Mitchell, whose archival papers are housed at Catholic University, was an important American labor leader, considered 'The Apostle of Labor,' after he led the fledgling United MIne Workers of America (UMWA) union through one of history’s most significant strikes, the Anthracite Coal Strike of 1902.  He also wrote two books, Organized Labor (1903) and The Wage Earner (1913), arguing capital and l