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The tragic story of the Waihi strike / by H.E. Holland, Ballot Box and R.S. Ross
Bib ID 2493600
Format BookBook
Author
Holland, H. E. (Henry Edmund), 1868-1933
 
Edition 2nd ed. 
Description Wellington [N.Z.] : Worker Printery, 1913 
212 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Together with a history of the N.Z. Federation of Labor, and a survey of the Reefton Lock Out and other industrial happenings of 1912." - Cover.

Subjects New Zealand Federation of Labour -- History.  |  United Labor Party (New Zealand)  |  Waihi strike, 1912.
Other authors/contributors Ross, R. S. (Robert Samuel), 1873-1931  |  Ballot Box

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