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Labor Day Poems Singing Of Paterson’s Past

In his poem collection “organized labor: collected poems,” ┬áDaniel P. Quinn paints a portrait of the 1913 labor strike in Paterson, NJ. The strike came as a result of technological innovation in the silk industry, which allowed the owners of the silk-mills to buy high tech machines that would replace workers. In other words, where

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Paterson City Hall Being Repaired

Walking in downtown Paterson, on Market Street, one sees an imposing building with a statue in front of it, and behind the statue is the entrance to the City Hall, pinned to it are large pieces of wood, giving the impression of a foreclosed house with its windows firmly kept shut by obstructing blocks of

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Stamp For A Legend

Larry Doby along with Jackie Robinson, was one of the first African-American to play in the American Major League Baseball: he broke the color barrier in baseball. But, before all of that, he was a high school students in East Side High School, where he honed his baseball skills, and received recognition earning 11 varsity

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