James W. Byrkit

James Byrkit's interest in Arizona labor and politcs grew out of his boyhood experiences in a mining town. Born in Jerome, Arizona, he developed early a feeling for the social, economic, and political attitudes that characterized Arizona mining communities and the impact these communities had on Arizona's state-wide affairs.
Forging the Copper Collar Forging the Copper Collar
Forging the Copper Collar

Forging the Copper Collar

Arizona's Labor-Management War of 1901–1921

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Letters from the Southwest Letters from the Southwest
Letters from the Southwest

Letters from the Southwest

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