The Imminent Labor Shortage

The Imminent Labor Shortage

in Records of the Panama Canal, 1848 - 1999 (RG185). General Records, 1914 - 1934 (A1 34-B), of United States. National Archives and Records Administration. Federal Records, Box 136, 2-E-6 Part 5, Miscellaneous information re laborers and Labor Situation; Efficiency, Health, and Living conditions; probable reduction in Force, etc. - General, August 16, 1913 to December 31, 1934, in The Panama Star and Herald, June 5, 1928, p. NA (1928), 2 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Black Studies
Content Type
Periodical article
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Page Count
2
Publication Year
1928
Series Number
Box 136, 2-E-6 Part 5, Miscellaneous information re laborers and Labor Situation; Efficiency, Health, and Living conditions; probable reduction in Force, etc. - General, August 16, 1913 to December 31, 1934
Source Title
The Panama Star and Herald, June 5, 1928, p. NA
Subject
Black Studies, Diversity, Migration, Imperialism and Colonialism, Immigration and emigration, Labor force, Construction of the Panama Canal, 1881 to 1915, Imperialismo e Colonialismo, Imperialismo y Colonialismo, Panama Canal Zone (Historical Place), Panama, Caribbean and West Indians
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Imperialismo e Colonialismo, Imperialismo y Colonialismo

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