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The Nova Scotia Miner
Newspaper 21 · File · 1929-1936

Michael Earle: "In December 1929 the first edition of a new paper, The Nova Scotia Miner, was printed in Glace Bay, declaring itself the "organ of District 26 Left Wing Committee." Worked into the masthead, on either side of the emblem of a crossed pick and shovel, was the slogan "Workers of the world unite, you have nothing to lose but your chains."

CA BI MG 19.19 · Collection · 1744-1941, predominant 1904-1936

Collection consists of artifacts, two volumes of Karl Marx, a child's cap, and a block of salt; McLachlan's personal library of books that he owned consisting of socialist, communist, religious, and labour material; and textual records that include poetry, notes, correspondences, and one journal. The material spans between 1744 and 1941, and consists of records from Scotland, England, and Canada. The material in this collection shows McLachlan's interest and involvement with labour movements and his desire to improve conditions for the working class in Cape Breton.

McLachlan, James Bryson
CA BI MG 19.27 · Fonds · 1999

Consists of Society papers including mandate and announcements as well as copies of annual lectures hosted by the Society. Past speakers have included David Frank, Nancy Riche, Joan Sangster, Ian McKay, Amani Whitfield, Mark Leier, Gregory Kealey, and Stephen High.

CA BI 76-84 · Item · 1933

Item is a photographic portrait of J. B. McLachlan, a labour leader in Glace Bay with the United Mine Workers of America. This portrait was taken when he was running an election under the title Workers United Front Candidate.

Shedden Studio
Sydney Steel Module
Reports: · Item · [201-]

Item is "Sydney Steel Module" by Kassandra Jabalee and Hannah Fournier, compiled for History 3105.