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Through and after World War II, many workers could make decent livings.
Around the remains of this mound, researchers have discovered evidence of burial mounds, a large plaza, a wooden defensive palisade and several other Mississippian culture structures. As a number of local factories began to close because of changes in industry, the railroad and meatpacking industries also were cutting back and moving jobs out of the region.
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In response, railroad companies began dramatically lowering workers' wages, forcing employees to work without pay, and cutting jobs and paid work hours. The strike and the new de facto workers' government, while given encouragement by the largely German-American Workingmen's Party and the Knights of Labor two key players in the organization of the Missouri general strikewere run by no organized labor group.
More businesses closed as workers left the area to seek jobs in other regions.
Louis and East St. Companies recruited black workers, sometimes importing them from the South.
Before the Civil War, settlers reported up to 50 mounds in the area that became East St. Losses in property damage were high, including railroad warehouses and carloads full of goods that were burned, as well as railroad cars. Louis soon grew to a larger city, influenced by the growing economy of St.
Louis within Collinsville, Illinois. Women and children were dressed in white; the men were dressed in black.
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