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Ancient Roman Jobs

author: Barber, Nicola
Explores ancient Roman jobs for the rich and the poor, discussing emperors, soldiers, priests, priestesses, tradesmen, woman's work, craftspeople, farmers, slaves, fighters, and charioteers.
937
year: 2010
copies: 3
call number/section: 937
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subjects: labor [X], working class, occupations

A Job For Wittilda

author: Buehner, Caralyn
When Wittilda the witch is forced to look for a job, she finds her broom-flying ability comes in handy in applying for a job delivering pizzas.
FIC
year: 2004
copies: 19
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 550
subjects: witches, work, pizza, labor [X]

Factory Through The Ages

author: Steele, Philip
Factory Through the Ages tells the story of manufacturing and the people who have invented and made things.
338.4
year: 1994
copies: 3
call number/section: 338.4
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Working

author: Terkel, Studs
A collection of interviews with working people in a wide variety of occupations.
331.2
year: 1997
copies: 6
call number/section: 331.2
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Triangle

author: Von Drehle, Dave
Chronicles the events surrounding the fire at the Triangle shirtwaist factory which broke out on March 25, 1911, killing more than one hundred factory workers who were trapped after the fire broke out, and discusses how the fire changed the work force in America.
974.7
year: 2003
copies: 17
call number/section: 974.7
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From The Folks Who Brought You The Weekend

author: Murolo, Priscilla
A history of labor in the United States from colonial times through the end of the twentieth century, looking at efforts to win the rights men and women enjoy in the modern workplace, and discussing key individuals in the fight for health and safety standards, minimum wage, fair on-the-job treatment, and the forty-hour work week.
331.09
year: 2001
copies: 2
call number/section: 331.09
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Workers' Rights

author: Berlatsky, Noah
Provides students and other readers with the information they need to explore workers' rights and think critically about the worldwide implications of the global issue.
331.01
year: 2012
copies: 3
call number/section: 331.01
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Shop Class As Soulcraft

author: Crawford, Matthew B
Presents a discussion of the value of working with one's hands in order to connect intellect with the material world, and examines the divide between thinking and doing that began with the assembly line and can be bridged through self-reliance and concrete living.
331
year: 2010
copies: 10
call number/section: 331
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Studs Terkel's Working

author: Pekar, Harvey
A graphic novel adaptation of Studs Terkel's interviews and accounts of the lives of ordinary Americans.
331.2
year: 2009
copies: 3
call number/section: 331.2
lexile:
subjects: working class, labor [X]

From Assembly Lines To Home Offices

author: Boothroyd, Jennifer
Text and historical and modern photographs describe how work has changed over time, discussing computers, safety equipment, and other related topics.
331
year: 2012
copies: 6
call number/section: 331
lexile: 590
subjects: work, labor [X], occupations

Ancient Roman Jobs

author: Williams, Brian
Presents an account of the skills and jobs that were necessary to run a city in ancient Roman times.
937
year: 2003
copies: 4
call number/section: 937
lexile:
subjects: labor [X], working class, occupations

State Of The Union

author: Lichtenstein, Nelson
Examines how trade unionism has influenced America's political and moral beliefs, among both devoted partisans and intransigent foes.
331.88
year: 2003
copies: 1
call number/section: 331.88
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The Way We Lived

author: Sandler, Martin W
Photographs and text depict various occupations in the United States between the end of the Civil War and the outbreak of World War I.
301.44
year: 1977
copies: 7
call number/section: 301.44
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Fair Trade

author: Hunt, Jill
Explains what fair trade is, how it can affect farmers and other people around the world, and what consumers can expect from products branded with the "Fair Trade" logo.
382
year: 2012
copies: 7
call number/section: 382
lexile: 1110

The Labor Movement In The United States

author: Flagler, John J
Traces the history of organized labor in the United States and discusses its influence on the society.
331.88
year: 1990
copies: 5
call number/section: 331.88
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