1907 Skowhegan textile strike
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The 1907 Skowhegan textile strike was a labor dispute between approximately 225 mill workers and the owners of the Marston Worsted Mill in Skowhegan, Maine, United States. Declared following the firing of 17 year-old French Canadian-American girl named Mamie Bilodeau, the strike was the first successful strike involving the recently formed Industrial Workers of the World.
|1907 Skowhegan textile strike|
|Date||January 21 – April 13, 1907|
|Methods||Strikes, protests, demonstrations|
|Parties to the civil conflict|
Textile strikes in United States