Paint Creek

Bailey, Kenneth R. "`Grim Visaged Men' and the West Virginia National Guard in the 1912-13 Paint and Cabin Creek Strike," West Virginia History 41 (Winter 1980): 111-125.

Corbin, David A. "The Socialist and Labor Star: Strike and Suppression in West Virginia, 1912-1913," West Virginia History 34 (January 1973): 168-186.

Crawford, Charles Bierne. "The Mine War on Cabin Creek and Paint Creek, West Virginia in 1912-1913," Thesis, University of Kentucky, 1934.

Gartin, Edwin V. "West Virginia Mine War of 1912-1913: The Progressive Response," North Dakota Quarterly 41 (Autumn 1973): 12-27.

The Goldenseal Book of the West Virginia Mine Wars: Articles Reprinted from the Goldenseal Magazine 1977-1991. Charleston: Pictorial Histories Publishing Co., 1991.

Sprague, Stuart S. . "Unionization Struggles on Paint and Cabin Creeks, 1912-1913," West Virginia History 38 (April 1977): 185-213.

U. S. Congress. Senate Committee on Education and Labor. Conditions in the Paint Creek District, West Virginia: Hearings before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Education and Labor, United States Senate, Sixty-Third Congress, First Session. 3 vols. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1913.

West Virginia. Attorney General's Office. Conditions in the Paint Creek District of West Virginia. Charleston: Tribune Print Co., [1913?].

Mother Jones (Mary Harris Jones)

Atkinson, Linda. Mother Jones, the Most Dangerous Woman in America. New York: Crown Publishers, 1978.

Fetherling, Dale. Mother Jones, the Miner's Angel: a Portrait. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1974.

Jones, Mary Harris. Autobiography of Mother Jones. Edited by Mary Field Parton. 3rd edition. Chicago: International Labor History Society, 1974.

Jones, Mary Harris. Correspondence of Mother Jones. Edited by Edward M. Steel. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1985.

Jones, Mary Harris. Thoughts of Mother Jones; Compiled from Her Writings and Speeches. Edited by Jim Axelrod. Huntington: Appalachian Movement Press, 1973.

Long, Priscilla. Mother Jones, Woman Organizer, and Her Relations with Miners' Wives, Working Women, and the Suffrage Movement. Cambridge: Red Sun Press, 1976.

Mikeal, Judith Elaine. "Mother Mary Jones: The Labor Movement's Impious Joan of Arc," Thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1965.

Rappaport, Doreen. Trouble at the Mines. New York: Crowell, 1987. (Fictional account of Rosie and her family, who are caught up on the Arnot, Pennsylvania, mining strike of 1899-1900, led by the union organizer, Mother Jones.)

Scholten, Pat Creech. "The Old Mother and Her Army: The Agitative Strategies of Mary Harris Jones," West Virginia History 40 Spring 1979): 365-374.

Steel, Edward M. "Mother Jones in the Fairmont Field, 1902," Journal of American History 57 (September 1970): 270-305.

Werstein, Irving. Labor's Defiant Lady; The Story of Mother Jones. New York: Crowell, 1969.