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Chronological list of strikes

Wednesday 30 December 2009

Seventeenth Century

• Strike of Polish craftsmen in Jamestown (1619, British colonies)

• Maine indentured Servants’ and Fisherman’s Mutiny (1636, Maine, British colonies)

• Virginia’s Indentured Servants’ Plot (1661, Virginia, British colonies) • Maryland Indentured Servants’ Strike (1663, Maryland, British colonies) • Boston ship Carpenter’s Protest (1675, Massachusetts, British colonies)

• Bacon’s Rebellion (1676, Virginia, British colonies) • New York City Carters’ Strike (1677, New York, British colonies) • New York City Carters’ Strike (1684, New York, British colonies) Eighteenth Century • New York City Bakers’ Strike (1741, New York, British colonies)

• Florida Indentured Servants’ Revolt (1768, Florida, British colonies)

• New York City Tailors’ Strike (1768, New York, British colonies)

• Hibernia, New Jersey, Ironworks Strike (1774, New Jersey, British colonies) • Philadelphia Carpenters - First Strike in the U.S. building trades (1791, U.S.)

• Philadelphia River Pilots’ Strike (1792, U.S.)

Nineteenth century

• Philadelphia shoemakers guilty of criminal conspiracy after striking for higher wages (1806, U.S.)

• Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Textile Strike (1824, U.S.)

• Boston House Carpenters’ Strike (1825, U.S.)

• Philadelphia Carpenters’ Strike (1827, U.S.)

• Paterson, New Jersey, Textile Strike (1828, U.S.)

• Lynn, Massachusetts, Shoebinders’ Protest (1831, U.S.)

• Boston Ship Carpenters’ Ten-hour Strike (1832, U.S.)

• Lynn. Massachusetts, Shoebinders’ Protest (1833, U.S.)

• Manayunk. Pennsylvania, Textile Protest (1833, U.S.)

• New York City Carpenters’ Strike (1833, U.S.)

• Lowell Massachusetts, Mill Women’s Strike (1834, U.S.)

• Manayunk Pennsylvania, Textile Protest (1834, U.S.)

• Paterson New Jersey, Textile Strike (1835, U.S.)

• Lowell Massachusetts, Mill Women’s Strike (1836, U.S.)

• New York City Tailors’ Strike (1836, U.S.)

• Philadelphia Bookbinders’ Strike (1836, U.S.)

• 1842 General Strike (1842, England)

• Khewra Salt Mines#Miners Resistence to the British Srikes (1849 - 1872, India)

• New York City Tailors’ Strike (1850, U.S.)

• New England Shoemakers’ Strike (1860, U.S.)

• Molders’ Lockout (1866, U.S.)

• Sheffield Outrages (1860s, UK)

• Anthracite Coal Strike (1868, U.S.)

• Troy New York, Collar Launderesses’ Strike (1869, U.S.)

• Lynn Massachusetts, Shoe Workers’ Strike (1872, U.S.)

• Tompkins Square Riot (1874) (New York, U.S.)

• Coal miners strikes of 1875

• Great Railroad Strike (1877, U.S.)

• Cigarmakers’ Strike (1877, U.S.)

• Sundsvall strike (1879, Sweden)

• Cohoes New York, Cotton Mill Strike (1882, U.S.)

• Cowboy Strike (1883, U.S.)

• Lynchburg Virginia, Tobacco Workers’ Strike (1883, U.S.)

• Molders’ Lockout (1883, U.S.)

• Fall River Massachusetts, Textile Strike (1884, U.S.)

• Union Pacific Railroad Strike (1884, U.S.)

• Cloakmakers’ General Strike (1885, U.S.)

• McCormick Harvesting Machine Company Strike (1885, U.S.)

• Southwest Railroad Strike (1885, U.S.)

• Yonkers New York, Carpet Weavers’ Strike (1885, U.S.)

• Augusta Georgia, Textile Strike (1886, U.S.)

• Cowboy Strike (1886, U.S.)

• Eight-Hour Strikes (1886, U.S.)

• McCormick Harvesting Machine Company Strike (1886, U.S.)

• Southwest Railroad Strike (1886, U.S.)

• Troy New York, Collar Launderesses’ Strike (1886, U.S.)

• Great Southwest Railroad Strike of 1886 (U.S.)

• Haymarket Affair (1886, U.S.)

• Bay View Tragedy (1886, U.S.)

• Port of New York, Longshoremens’ Strike (1887, U.S.)

• Burlington Railroad Strike (1888, U.S.)

• Cincinnati Shoemakers’ Lockout (1888, U.S.)

• Matchgirls Strike (1888, London)

• London Dock Strike of 1889

• Baseball Players’ Revolt (1889, U.S.)

• Fall River Massachusetts, Textile Strike (1889, U.S.)

• 1890 Australian Maritime Dispute

• Southampton Dock Strike of 1890 (UK)

• Carpenters’ Strike for the Eight-Hour Day (1890, U.S.)

• 1891 Australian shearers’ strike

• Savanna Georgia, Black Laborers’ Strike (1891, U.S.)

• Tennessee Miners’ Strike (1891, U.S.)

• Homestead Strike (1892, U.S.) gains national attention

• Buffalo switchmen’s strike (1892, U.S.)

• Coeur d’Alene Miners’ Strike (1892, U.S.)

• Coxey’s Army marches on Washington D.C. (1894, U.S.)

• Cripple Creek miners’ strike of 1894 (U.S.)

• Pullman Strike (1894, U.S.)

• Great Northern Railroad Strike (1894, U.S.)

• Bituminous Coal Miners’ Strike (1894) Birmingham, Alabama

• Haverhill Massachusetts Shoe Strike (1895, U.S.)

• Leadville Colorado, Miners’ Strike (1896))

• Lattimer Massacre Strike (1897, Pennsylvania)

• Marlboro Massachusetts, Shoe Workers’ Strike (1888, U.S.)

• Welsh coal strike of 1898 (1898, Wales)

• Buffalo New York, Grain Shovellers’ Strike (1899, U.S.)

• Cleveland Ohio, Street Railway Workers’ Strike (1899, U.S.)

• Coeur d’Alene Miners’ Strike (1899, U.S.)

• Newsboys Strike of 1899 (New York City, U.S.)

20th century

1900s

• Anthracite Coal Strike (1900, U.S.)

• Machinists’ Strike (1900, U.S.)

• Penrhyn Quarry lock-out (1900-1903, Wales)

• U.S. Steel Recognition Strike of 1901 (U.S.)

• Machinists’ Strike (1901, U.S.)

• San Francisco Restaurant Workers’ Strike (1901, U.S.)

• Anthracite Coal Strike (1902, U.S.)

• Chicago Teamsters’ Strike (1902, U.S.)

• Cripple Creek Colorado, Miners’ Strike (1902, U.S.)

• Colorado Labor Wars, Western Federation of Miners (1903-1904, U.S.)

• Oxnard Strike of 1903 (U.S.)

• Utah Coal Strike (1903, U.S.)

• New York City Interborough Rapid Transit Strike 991904, U.S.)

• Packinghouse Workers’ Strike (1904, U.S.)

• Santa Fe Railroad Shopmen’s Strike (1904, U.S.)

• Cananea Strike (1905, Sonora, Mexico)

• Goldfield Nevada, Miners’ Strike (1907 U.S.)

• Río Blanco Strike (1907 Mexico)

• Pensacola streetcar operators’ strike (1908, Pensacola, Florida, U.S.)

• New York shirtwaist strike of 1909 "Uprising of the 20,000" (1909, U.S.)

• Georgia Railroad Strike (1909, U.S.)

• McKees Rocks Pennsylvania, Steel Strike (1909, U.S.)

• Watertown Connecticut, Arsenal Strike (1909, U.S.)

• 1909 Swedish General Strike

1910s

• Westmoreland County Coal Strike of 1910-1911 (U.S.)

• 1911 Liverpool General Transport Strike (UK)

• Lawrence textile strike, often known as the Bread and Roses strike (1912, Lawrence, Massachusetts)

• Waihi miners’ strike (1912, Waihi, New Zealand)

• Louisiana Timber Workers’ Strike (1912, U.S.)

• West Virginia Mine War of 1912-1913 (U.S.)

• Dublin Strike and Lockout (1913, Ireland)

• Ludlow Massacre Strike (1913, Colorado)

• Paterson silk strike (1913, Paterson, New Jersey)

• 1913 Great Strike (1913, New Zealand)

• Burston Strike School (1914-1939, UK)

• BLE Strike in New York City (1918, U.S.)

• Vancouver general strike (1918, Canada)

• Police officers’ strike, (1918-19) United Kingdom

• Centralia Massacre (Washington) (1919, U.S.)

• Boston Police Strike (1919, U.S.)

• 1919 Battle of George Square (UK)

• Seattle General Strike of 1919

• Steel strike of 1919 (U.S.)

• Winnipeg General Strike (1919, Canada)

1920s

• Battle of Matewan (1920, U.S.)

• Alabama Miners’ Strike (1920, U.S.)

• Clothing Workers’ Lockout (1920, U.S.)

• Italian, Anti-Fascist General Strike (1920, Feb., Italy)

• West Virginia Coal Wars (1920-21, U.S.)

• Battle of Blair Mountain (1921, U.S.)

• Seamen’s Strike (1921, U.S.)

• Black Friday (1921) (UK)

• Great Railroad Strike of 1922 (U.S.)

• Herrin massacre (1922, U.S.)

• Anthracite Coal Strike (1922, U.S.)

• Bituminous Coal Strike (1922, U.S.)

• Railroad Shopmen’s Strike (1922, U.S.)

• 1923 Victorian Police strike (Australia)

• Ammanford Anthracite Strike (1925, UK)

• Anthracite Coal Strike (1925, U.S.)

• Stripa Labour Conflict (Sweden, 1925)

• Passaic New Jersey, Textile Strike (1926, U.S.)

• Bituminous Coal Strike (1927, U.S.)

• Columbine Mine Massacre Strike (1927, U.S.)

• New Bedford Massachusetts, Textile Strike (1928, U.S.)

• Banana massacre (1928, Colombia)

• 1929 Timber Workers strike (Australia)

• Lupeni Strike of 1929 (Romania)

• Rothbury Riot (1929, Australia)

• Loray Mill Strike (Gastonia, North Carolina, Textile Strike) (1929, U.S.)

1930s

• Imperial Valley California, Farmworkers’ Strike (1929, U.S.)

• Tampa Florida, Cigar Workers’ Strike (1931, U.S.)

• Ådalen shootings (1931, Sweden)

• Battle of Evarts, Harlan County Mining Strike (1931, U.S.)

• Invergordon Mutiny (1931, UK)

• California Pea Pickers’ Strike (1932, U.S.)

• Century Airlines Pilots’ Strike (1932, U.S.)

• Davidson-Wiler Tennessee, Coal Strike (1932, U.S.)

• Ford Hunger March Detroit Michigan (1932, U.S.)

• Vacaville California, Tree Pruners’ Strike (1932, U.S.)

• Griviţa Strike of 1933 (Romania)

• Briggs Manufacturing Strike (1933, U.S.)

• California Farmworkers’ Strike (1933, U.S.)

• Detroit Michigan Tool and Die Strike (1933, U.S.)

• New Mexico Miners’ Strike (1933, U.S.)

• Harlem New York, Jobs-for-Negroes-Boycott (1934, U.S.)

• Kohler Strike, Sheboygan, Wisconsin (1934, U.S.)

• Imperial Valley California, Farmworkers’ Strike (1934, U.S.)

• Auto-Lite Strike (1934, Toledo, Ohio, U.S.)

• Textile Workers’ Strike (1934, U.S.)

• Minneapolis Teamsters Strike of 1934 (U.S.)

• Rubber Workers’ Strike (1934, U.S.)

• Textile workers Strike (1934) (U.S.)

• 1934 West Coast Longshore Strike (U.S.)

• NewarkStar-Ledger Strike (1934, U.S.)

• Battle of Ballantyne Pier (1935, Canada)

• Copperbelt strike (1935) (Zambia)

• Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri Metal workers’ strike (1935, U.S.)

• Pacific Northwest Lumber Strike (1935, U.S.)

• On-to-Ottawa Trek (1935)

• Southern Sharecroppers’ and Farm Laborers’ Strike (1935, U.S.)

• Palestinian general strike (1936, Palestine)

• Atlanta Georgia, Auto Workers’ Sit-Down Strike (1936, U.S.)

• Berkshire Knitting Mills Strike (1936, U.S.)

• General Motors Sit-Down Strike (1936, U.S.)

• RCA Strike (1936, U.S.)

• Seamens’ Strike (1936, U.S.)

• Seattle Post-Intelligencer Newspaper Strike (1936, U.S.)

• Rubber Workers’ Strike (1936, U.S.)

• S.S. California strike (1936, U.S.)

• Remington Rand strike of 1936-1937 (U.S.)

• Flint Sit-Down Strike General Motors (1936-1937, U.S.)

• Hershey Pennsylvania, Chocolate Workers’ Strike (1937, U.S.)

• Memorial Day massacre of 1937 "Little Steel Strike" (U.S.)

• Chicago Newspaper Strike (1938, U.S.)

• Maytag Strike (1938, U.S.)

• Hilo Hawaii Massacre (1938, U.S.)

• Chrysler Auto Strike (1939, U.S.)

• General Motors Tool and Diemakers’ Strike (1939, U.S.)

1940s

• Ford Motor Strike (1940, U.S.)

• Disney animators’ strike (1941, U.S.)

• Allis-Chalmers Strike (1941, U.S.)

• Captive Coal Miners’ Strike (1941, U.S.)

• Detroit Michigan, Hate Strike against Black Workers (1941, U.S.)

• February Strike (1941, Netherlands)

• International Harvester Strike (1941, U.S.)

• New York City Bus Strike (1941, U.S.)

• North American Aviation Strike (1941, U.S.)

• 1942 Luxembourg General Strike (1942, Luxembourg)

• 1942-43 musicians’ strike (U.S.)

• Bituminous Coal Strike (1943, U.S.)

• Detroit Michigan, Hate Strike against Black Workers (1943, U.S.)

• Detroit Michigan Race Riot (1943, U.S.)

• Hollywood Black Friday (U.S.)

• Philadelphia Transit Strike (1944, U.S.)

• Port Chicago mutiny (1944, U.S.)

• Kelsey-Hayes Strike (1945, U.S.)

• New York City Longshoreman’s Strike (1945, U.S.)

• Montgomery Ward Strike (1945, U.S.)

• Oil Workers’ Strike (1945, U.S.)

• 1945 Swedish Metal Workers’ Strike

• African Mine Workers’ Strike (1946, S.A.)

• Bituminous Coal Strike (1946, U.S.)

• Electrical Manufacturing Strike (1946, U.S.)

• General Motors’ Strike (1946, U.S.)

• Pittsburgh Power Strike (1946, U.S.)

• Railroad Strike (1946, U.S.)

• Steel Strike (1946, U.S.)

• 1946 Pilbara strike, (Western Australia)

• R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company Strike (1947, U.S.)

• Telephone Strike (1947, U.S.)

• Longshore Strike (1948, U.S.)

• 1948 Queensland Railway strike (Australia)

• Asbestos Strike (1949) Quebec, Canada

• 1949 Australian coal strike (1949)

• Hawaiian Dock Strike (1949, U.S.)

1950s

• Atlanta transit strike of 1950 (U.S.)

• "Salt of the Earth" Strike of New Mexico Miners (1950, U.S.)

• New Zealand waterfront strike (1951)

• 1952 steel strike (1952, U.S.)

• Louisiana Sugarcane Workers’ Strike (1953, U.S.)

• Kohler Strike (1954, U.S.)

• Southern Telephone Strike (1955, U.S.)

• East Coast Longshoreman’s Strike (1956, U.S.)

• Steel Strike (1956, U.S.)

• Hock Lee bus riots (1955, Singapore)

• Steel strike of 1959 (U.S.)

1960s

• General Electric Strike (1960, U.S.)

• Seamen’s Strike (1960, U.S.)

• 1960 Writers Guild of America strike (U.S.)

• New York City Newspaper Strike (1962, U.S.)

• East Coast Longshoreman’s Strike (1962, U.S.)

• Reesor Siding Strike of 1963 (Canada)

• 1964 Mt Isa Mines Strike (1964-5, Australia)

• Delano grape strike (1965-1970, U.S.)

• 1966 New York City transit strike (U.S.)

• Gurindji Strike (1966, Australia)

• New York City Transportation Strike (1966, U.S.)

• St. John’s University strike of 1966-1967 (U.S.)

• Hong Kong 1967 Leftist Riots

• Copper Strike (1967, U.S.)

• Chrysler wildcat strike (1968, U.S.)

• Florida statewide teachers’ strike of 1968 (U.S.)

• Charleston, South Carolina, Hospital Workers’ Strike (1969, U.S.)

• Montreal Police Strike (1969, Canada) see also Murray-Hill riot

• The President National Strike (1969, US)

1970s

• Colour Strike (1970-1971, UK)

• U.S. Postal Service strike of 1970 first U.S. nationwide strike of public employees

• General Motors Strike (1970, U.S.)

• New York City Police Strike (1971, U.S.)

• Longshore Strike (1971, U.S.)

• Farrah Clothing Workers’ Strike and Boycott (1972, U.S.)

• Lordstown Ohio, Auto Workers’ Strike (1972, U.S.)

• Philadelphia Teachers’ Strike (1972, U.S.)

• 1972 Major League Baseball strike (U.S.)

• UK miners’ strike (1972) (UK)

• Baltimore police strike (1974, U.S.)

• 1974 UPR strike

• Bituminous Coal Strike of 1974 (U.S.)

• Ulster Workers’ Council Strike (1974, UK)

• UK miners’ strike (1974) (UK)

• Washington Post Pressmen’s Strike (1975, U.S.)

• Japan National Railway Workers Union seven-days strike (1975, Japan)

• Grunwick Dispute (1976-1977) London

• Atlanta Sanitation Workers’ Strike (1977, U.S.)

• Coors Beer Strike and Boycott (1977, U.S.)

• J.P. Stevens Boycott (1977, U.S.)

• Willmar Minnesota, Bank Workers’ Strike (1977, U.S.)

• Bituminous Coal Strike of 1977-1978 (U.S.)

• Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania, Newspaper Strike (1978, U.S.)

• Sudbury Strike of 1978 (Canada)

• Winter of Discontent (1978-1979, UK)

• Independent Truckers’ Strike (1979, U.S.)

1980s

• 1980 Swedish labour conflict

• 1980 New York City transit strike (April 1980, U.S.)

• 1980 AFTRA/Screen Actors Guild strike (summer 1980, U.S.)

• Gdańsk Shipyard Strike (August 1980, Poland)

• Air traffic controllers’ strike/Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (1981, U.S.)

• Bydgoszcz events (March 1981, Poland)

• 1981 UPR strike

• 1981 Writers Guild of America strike (U.S.)

• 1981 Major League Baseball strike (U.S.)

• Arizona Copper Mine Strike of 1983 (1983, U.S.)

• Yale University Clerical Workers’ Strike (1984, U.S.)

• Battle of Orgreave (1984, UK)

• UK Miners’ Strike (1984-1985)

• Hormel Meatpackers’ Strike (1985, U.S.)

• Los Angeles County Sanitary Workers’ Strike (1985, U.S.)

• Mudginberri dispute (1985, Northern Territory, Australia)

• Yale University Clerical Workers’ Strike (1985, U.S.)

• Chicago Tribune Strike (1986, U.S.)

• Dollar Sweets dispute (1986, Australia)

• Trans World Airlines Flight Attendants’ Strike (1986, U.S.)

• United States Steel Lockout (1986, U.S.)

• Major Indoor Soccer League Lockout two-week lockout (1986, U.S.)

• Wapping dispute (1986, UK)

• The Great Workers’ Struggle (1987, South Korea)

• International Paper strike (1987, U.S.)

• Professional Football Players’ Strike (1987, U.S.)

• 1988 Writers Guild of America strike (U.S.)

• 1989 Australian pilots’ strike

• Eastern Airline Workers’ Strike (1989, U.S.)

• Bell Atlantic Strike (August, 1989)

• Nynex Strike (August, 1989) Lasted 4 months.

• Pittston Coal Strike (1989-90, U.S.)

1990s

• Mandal Commission protests of 1990 (India, 1990)

• Timex strike (1993)

• 1994 Major League Baseball strike (U.S.)

• Alcan Aluminum Strike (Canada 1995)

• Detroit Newspaper Strike (13 July 1995—14 February 1997)

• Liverpool Dockers’ Strike (1995-1998)

• 1994–95 NHL season

• 1995 strikes in France

• 1996-1997 strikes in South Korea

• 1997 Safeway Strike Canada

• 1997 UPS Strike (U.S.)

• 1998 Australian waterfront dispute

• 1999 Vieques Strikes

• 1999 UNAM strike

21st century

• Verizon Strike (August, 2000)

• Jeffboat wildcat strike (2001, U.S.)

• National Gallery of Canada employees 9-week strike (2001, Canada)

• Actors Strike 2001

• UK Firefighter strike 2002

• Alberta Teachers strike 2002

• University of California strikes (2003, U.S.)

• Scottish Nursery Nurses Strike (2003)

• 2003 Broadway Musicians Strike (US)

• Southern California Supermarket strike of 2003-2004 (U.S)

• 2004 CN Rail workers strike (Canada)

• 2004 Japanese Professional Baseball Workers Union strike

• 2004-05 NHL lockout (U.S. and Canada)

• Bolivian Gas War (2005)

• 2005 Lakeside Packers Strike (Canada)

• 2005 New York City transit strike

• 2005 UPR strike

• Dhaka strikes (2006, Bangladesh)

• 2006 USW Strike (U.S. and Canada)

• 2006 AK Steel Strike (U.S.)

• 2006 labor protests in France

• 2006 Oaxaca protests (Mexico)

• 2006 Progressive Enterprises dispute (New Zealand)

• South Korean railroad strike of 2006

• 2006 Toronto Transit Commission wildcat strike (Canada)

• University of Miami 2006 custodial workers’ strike (U.S.)

• 2006-2007 Palace Casino Strike (Canada)

• 2007 Freightliner wildcat strike (U.S.)

• 2007 South African public servants’ strike

• 2007 Orange County transit strike (U.S.)

• Hayward teachers strike (2007, U.S.)

• 2007 General Motors strike (U.S.)

• 2007 Chrysler Autoworkers strike (U.S.)

• 2007 UK postal strikes

• 2007 St. Petersburg Ford Motors Strike (Russia)

• 2007 United Space Alliance strike (U.S.)

• 2007 Broadway Stagehand Strike (U.S)

• SEMCO Energy Gas Company Strike (2007, U.S.)

• Port of Napier Strike (2007, New Zealand)

• November 2007 strikes in France

• German national rail strike of 2007

• 2007 South Africa miners’ strike

• 2007-2008 Cork players strike

• 2007-2008 Writers Guild of America strike (U.S.)

• 2008 Puerto Rico Teacher’s Federation strike

• 2008 Egyptian general strike

• 2008 British teacher’s strike

• 2008 Scottish Borders Council strike

• 2008 University of California strike (U.S.)

• 2008 American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. strike (U.S.)

• 2008 Sundance Kabuki Cinema Sex in the City strike (U.S.)

• 2008 Berlitz teachers’ strike (Japan)

• United Kingdom council workers’ strike (2008, U.K.)

• 2008 First Group bus strike (U.K.)

• 2008 Sri Lankan train strike (Sri Lanka)

• 2008 Indian communication workers’ strike (India)

• 2008 Bollywood strike

• Boeing Machinists Strike of 2008

• 2008 Republic Windows and Doors sit-down strike (Chicago, U.S.)

Chronological list of general strikes

• 1820 Rising, Scotland

• Saint Louis General Strike, (1877, U.S.)

• New Orleans General Strike (1892, U.S.)

• Philadelphia General Strike (1910, U.S.)

• 1912 Brisbane General Strike, Queensland, Australia

• Seattle General Strike of 1919

• Winnipeg General Strike of 1919

• UK general strike of 1926

• French general strike of 1936

• San Francisco general strike of 1934

• Uprising of 1953 in East Germany

• Yleislakko 1956

• French general strike of May 1968

• Uruguay general strike of 1973

• Ulster Workers’ Council Strike, 1974

• Spanish general strike of 1988

• April 1992 general strike in Nepal

• 1998 Puerto Rican General Strike

• Venezuelan general strike of 2002-2003

• 2006 democracy movement in Nepal

• 2007 Guinea general strike

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