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Mary G. Harris Jones (baptized 1837; died 1930), known as Mother Jones, was an Irish-born American schoolteacher and dressmaker who became a prominent  ...

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Apr 27, 2017 ... Synopsis. Mary Harris Jones was born in 1830 in County Cork, Ireland. Her family left the devastation brought by the Irish Potato Famine and ...

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Mary Harris Jones was born approximately August 1, 1837 in Cork, Ireland to Helen Cotter and Richard Harris. She had two brothers and two sisters. Jones later ...

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Mary Harris "Mother" Jones rose to prominence as a fiery orator and fearless organizer for the Mine Workers during the first two decades of the 20th century.

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Mary Harris “Mother” Jones was a fearless fighter for workers' rights. When she was mocked as the “grandmother of all agitators,” in the U.S. Senate, Mother ...

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The most famous female labor activist of the nineteenth century, Mary Harris Jones—aka “Mother Jones”—was a self-proclaimed “hell-raiser” in the cause of ...

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Mar 5, 2018 ... Introduction: The early roles of Mary Harris Jones were schoolteacher, dressmaker, wife to a union activist, and mother of four children.

www.britannica.com/biography/Mother-Jones-American-labour-leader

May 1, 2018 ... Alternative Titles: Mary Harris, Mary Harris Jones. Mother Jones, byname of Mary Harris Jones, née Mary Harris, (born May 1, 1830, Cork, Ire.

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Mary Harris Jones. She looked like a short, plump grandmother. But some politicians called her the most dangerous woman in America. "I'm not a humanitarian," ...