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William Whalen's "The Everett County Jail"

Woody Guthrie's "Union Maid"

Utah Phillips (1935-2008) was an American singer/songwriter.

No biographical information on W. O. Blee available.

William Morris (1834-1896) was an English socialist artist, novelist, and poet.

William Whalen was an IWW member involved in organizing the lumber industry in Everett, Washington.

Woody Guthrie (1912-1967) was an American singer/songwriter.

Work People's College's "Sons of Toil and Danger"

Work People's College is a labor college which evolved from a Finnish immigrant folk seminary established in 1903, through a socialist college in 1907, and eventually to a training school for the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Harold Johnson's "Industrial Unionism Speaks to Toilers of the Sea"

Harrison George's "Remember"

Gerard Lively's "Farewell, Frank Little"

Frank Brechler's "Workers, Shall the Masters Rule Us?"

Ethel Comer's "Stand Up, Ye Workers"

Harrison George was a Wobbly known to have been in the Cook County (Chicago) Jail on October 18, 1917.

No biographical information on Harold R. Johnson available.

No biographical information on Gerard J. Lively available.

Frank B. Brechler may have been born in Germany in 1885 and may have died in Wausaw, Wisconsin in 1969.

No biographical information on Ethel Comer available.

E. S. Nelson's "Working Folk, Unite"

Ed Jorda's "Class Communion"

Edith Nesbit's "The Hope of the Ages"

El Gato Rojo's "The Bosses Will in Slavery Hold You"

E. S. Nelson was a Swedish American Wobbly.

Ed Jorda may have been an African American Wobbly.

Edith Nesbit (1858-1924) was an English author, poet, socialist, and co-founder of the Fabian Society.

No biographical information on El Gato Rojo (the Red Cat) available.

Elmer Rumbaugh and Ralph Chaplin's "Paint 'Er Red"

Elmer Rumbaugh was a coal miner from West Virginia.

John Brill's "Dump the Bosses off Your Back"

No biographical information on John Brill available.

Dublin Dan's "The Portland Revolution"

Dublin Dan's "Dan McGann"

James Ferriter's "Organize"

James Ferriter's "In Memory"

John Kendrick's "The Optimistic Laborites"

John Kendrick's "Christians at War"

Herbert Tulin's "There's a Bright Way to Freedom"

Herbert Tulin's "The Call"

Joe Foley's "Whadda Ya Want to Break Your Back for the Boss For?"

Joe Foley's "Are You a Wobbly?"

Daniel 'Dublin Dan' Liston (1881-?) was an Irish American IWW poet.

Herbert Tulin (1890-1969), a Swedish American IWW poet, was a janitor in Seattle.

James J. Ferriter was an Irish American IWW poet.

No biographical information on Joe Foley available, although it is known that Foley was an unemployed worker who attempted to organize the unemployed of Seattle in 1914.

John F. Kendrick was from Chicago, but he was not a member of the IWW; he may have been 'a research worker in biology.'

Charles Scurlock's "John D.'s Soliloquy"

Charles Robinson's "Labor's Dixie"

Charles Kerr's "The Marseillaise"

Charles Kerr's "The Internationale"

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