Category: Union Organizers

Categories: Unions | Labor History

Landing level category
This category contains profiles of union organizers.

A union organizer (or union organiser) is a specific type of trade union member (often elected) or an appointed union official. A majority of unions appoint rather than elect their organizers. In most unions in the United States of America, the organizer's role is to recruit groups of workers under the organizing model. Wikipedia article

In Australia most unions are affiliated under the The Australian Council of Trade Unions Wikipedia article ACTU


Person Profiles (16)

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1900s - 1970s Privacy Level: Private with Public Biography and Family Tree (Yellow)

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31 Mar 1927 Gila Valley, Yuma, Arizona, United States - 22 Apr 1993 photo
abt 1902 Corleone, Palermo, Sicily, Italy

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01 Dec 1876 England, United Kingdom - Mar 1939

G

abt 1850 - 04 Jan 1916 photo
27 Jan 1850 London, England, United Kingdom - 13 Dec 1924 photo

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1920s - 2010s Privacy Level: Private with Public Family Tree (Yellow) photo

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12 Aug 1853 Tollcross, Lanarkshire, Scotland - 07 Apr 1914
07 Oct 1879 Gävle, Gästrikland (X), Sweden - 19 Nov 1915 photo
18 Jul 1893 Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia - 1939

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30 May 1861 Corleone, Palermo, Sicilia - 27 Jun 1933

M

08 Oct 1884 Uhrichsville, Tuscarawas, Ohio, United States - 24 Apr 1957 photo

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19 Dec 1914 Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States - 12 Jul 1993

T

1846 South Molton, Devon, England, United Kingdom - 11 Aug 1914

W

15 Jan 1871 Youghal, Co. Cork, Ireland - 05 Apr 1943
06 Jun 1906 Devil's Hollow, Gilmer, Georgia, United States - 29 Sep 1992 photo




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