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245 04 $a The miner and artisan.
260 $a St. Louis [Mo.] : $b J. Hinchcliffe, $c 1865-
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362 0 $a Vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 23, 1865)-
500 $a "Our aim is the social elevation and mental improvement of the working classes by the gradual adopion of all practical measures of labor reform."
500 $a Editor: J. Hinchcliffe.
700 1 $a Hinchcliffe, John.
752 $a United States $b Missouri $d St. Louis.
780 00 $t Miner and American workman's advocate
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