|WEST VIRGINIA: A HISTORICAL RESOURCE GUIDE|
|PART THREE: 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.
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.
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