Mother Bloor

  • 23 Pages
  • 3.64 MB
  • English
Workers Library Pub. , New York
Bloor, Ella Reeve, -- 1862-, Communism -- United St
Statementby Ann Barton.
The Physical Object
Pagination23, [1] p. (incl. covers)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17949990M

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As a young mother, Ella Reeve Ware became active in suffrage politics (including writing for. In she helped Upton Sinclair gather information Mother Bloor book the Chicago stockyards for his book The Jungle, and at his invitation she served in on a presidential commission investigating conditions there.

In Chicago she had worked under the assumed name of Mrs. Richard Bloor, and thenceforward she was known among workers and fellow socialists by the affectionate nickname Mother Bloor.

Biography of Mother Bloor. 16 page booklet. Published by the Yiddish Cooperative Book League of the Jewish Section, I.W.O. as per page 2. Note. Ella Reeve "Mother" Bloor (July 8, Aug ) was an American labor organizer and long-time activist in the socialist and communist movements. Bloor is best remembered as one of the top-ranking female functionaries in the Communist Party USA.3/5.

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In "The Life of Mother Bloor." (verses) Ella Reeve was born In And as a child met Walt Whitman On the ferry. Her mother died When she was seventeen And at nineteen, she married.

Her husband told her of The Molly Maguires' Trial And nineteen innocent miners hanged. Then she had three kids And when two of them died Her own life filled with pain.

Ella Reeve Bloor died on Aug in Richlandtown, Pennsylvania. She is buried in Harleigh Cemetery in Camden, New Jersey. Bloor's autobiography, We Are Many, was published in and served as the basis for the Woody Guthrie song, " Massacre." Her granddaughter was actress Herta Ware who was married to Will Geer from Works.

Inshe divorced, moved to New York, and — to help support herself — authored the children’s books Three Little Lovers of Nature () and Talks About Authors and Their Work (). During this era, she married Louis Cohen, who shared her commitment to socialism.

With him, Bloor had two more children before divorcing again in The Mothers' Board book. Read 50 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It’s a congregation on fire but is it for Jesus or for the dev /5(50).

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“Mother” Bloor’s influence “The right to belong in a union was so recent, with the New Deal, that (activists) wanted to honor people for their part in the struggle,” says Kathleen Nutter, a history lecturer at Stony Brook University. “So to identify with something like that from 30 years earlier wasn’t that unusual.”.

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Encyclopedia Of U S. Mother Bloor remembers Walt Whitman in Camden from the autobiography entitled We Are Many by Ella Reeve ("Mother") Bloor New York: International Publishers,pp. A biographical folk song from about the life of a 19thth century US feminist and fighter for working-class liberation, writtten after reading her autobiography "We Are Many".

Bloor became involved in several social movements including the prohibitionist Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) and women's suffrage and wrote two books, Three Little Lovers of Nature () and Talks About Authors and Their Work ().

In she joined with Eugene V. Debs and Victor Berger to form the Social Democratic Party (SDP). On this day in Labor History the year was Ella Reeves “Mother” Bloor was born in Staten Island, New York. She was a labor activist who investigated child labor in glass factories and.

Continue reading the main story 'MOTHER BLOOR,' 88, CRUSADER, IS DEAD; Matron Saint of the Communist Party in This Country Was Active in Its Founding BEGAN. Ella Reeve Bloor (), or “Mother Bloor” as she is known to history, is famous in labor circles for her work as an investigator of child labor, as a socialist organizer, and as a founding.

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He read a book by a labor activist named Mother Bloor. It was a book in New York, once he was up in New York, and he learned about all these. Until recently, there was only Mother Bloor’s book, folklore, a historic marker and Woody Guthrie’s song “ Massacre” released inwhich helped us understand the Calumet Massacre and the tragedy’s imposing influence on American labor history.

Ella Reeve Bloor and the Russian Revolution. In and attended the Second International conventions in Moscow and was a member of the party's central committee (). By the s she became known as "Mother" Bloor. Although now in her seventies she. Paul Robeson Speaks is a stirring, illustrated collection of speeches, writings, interviews, and press reports by a man whose thoughts and writings contributed greatly to 5/5(2).

Arts & Books Travel Money Herta Ware's mother was a musician and her father was an actor. Her maternal grandmother was the socialist farm-labour organiser Ella Reeve "Mother" Bloor. Influenced. On July 8,labor organizer and leading communist Ella Reeve Mother Bloor was born on Staten Island, N.Y.

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As a labor activist, she investigated child. Motherhood is a hard job — maybe the hardest of them all out there. And no one pays you for it. Sometimes you don't even get a thank you.

Being a mother is .Nor — as a prophet and Great Truth teller rabble rouser — was Kesey a tub-thumping Commie Madonna kneeling at the altar of Karl Marx or Mother Bloor. A man of many contradictions, Kesey was a walking talking proof that belief as well as beauty could be in the eye of the beholder.

For seventy years, Ella Reeve “Mother” Bloor was a union organizer and women’s rights activist in left-wing political parties in the United States. Peripatetic in her search for the organizational path to socialism, shortly after the Bolshevik Revolution and World War I, she joined the Communist Party of the United States (CPUSA).

In the s and s, Bloor became the party’s most.