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Copyright by Bertha Howell, 1902 (Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, LC-USZ62-47038)

Mary Harris Jones (1837–1930)

Author of Autobiography of Mother Jones

Includes the names: Mother Jones, Mother Jones, Mary Harris "Mother" Jones

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Mary Harris Jones, who used the nickname "Mother Jones," became a union organizer and popular public speaker after losing her husband and children to a yellow fever epidemic and her dressmaking business to the Great Chicago Fire. She was once called "the most dangerous woman in America."
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