| American Labor Museum Botto House National Landmark
83 Norwood Street, Haledon, NJ 07508 www.labormuseum.org
Tel. (973-595-7953 Fax (973) 595-7291 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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|OUR NEW WEBSITE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION. TO BE LAUNCHED EARLY FALL 2011|
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|The American Labor Museum advances public understanding of the history and contemporary issues of work, workers and the labor movement throughout the world, with special attention to the ethnicity and immigrant experience of American workers.
"THE HOUSE ON THE GREEN"
View a video history of the Botto House and the 1913 Paterson Strike.
Visit this site, and click on American Labor Museum under "Browse Collections."
|This poster in support of the workers in Wisconsin
is available for sale in our museum shop for $10.00
|Living Under The Trees: May 1st-August 27, 2011:
Photographs and oral histories of immigrant
agricultural workers. see underthe trees
|American Labor Museum participates in Blue Star Museums, offering
free admission to military personnel and their families this summer
EVENTS & EXHIBITS:
|Sunday, September 4, 2011: Labor Day Parade|
|Grand Marshal: Allen Byron, Vice-President OPEIU Region 2
Assemble Time: 11:30 AM 130 PM Step-Off
|Service Employees Union (SEIU) Arts Exhibit|
|Borrow a Museums-in-a-Suitcase portable exhibits. See suitcase|
|Distance Learning Classes|
|For free labor and immigrant studies use our library|
|Borrow a video cassette, DVD:
Feature films, labor history etc.
|American Labor Studies Center. (ALSC)
|Links to Labor & New Jersey Labor Studies web sites:|
|New Jersey Digital Highway www.newjerseydh.org|
|The Song of the American Labor Movement,
See Solidarity Song
|Raise money for ALM by searching the internet or shopping online!|
|The American Labor Museum/Botto House National Landmark received a General Operating Support Grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, Division of the Department of State.|