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Mary Harris Jones
Her family left the devastation brought by the Irish Potato Famine and emigrated westward, first to Canada and then to American. Tragedy befell Jones when she lost her family to a yellow fever outbreak and then her home in the great Chicago fire. Jones died in She attended school in Toronto and began her career as a teacher and dressmaker to become a tireless fighter for the working class. Mother Jones experienced many great personal tragedies during the first part of her life. She lived in Memphis for a time, marrying George Jones, an iron worker and strong union supporter, in They had several children together, but an outbreak of yellow fever killed her husband and children in She returned to Chicago and found work as a dressmaker. But then she lost her home in the great Chicago fire of After this latest loss, Mother Jones began her work as a labor activist.
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Mary G. Harris Jones baptized ;   died , known as Mother Jones , was an Irish-born American schoolteacher and dressmaker who became a prominent organized labor representative , community organizer , and activist. She helped coordinate major strikes and co-founded the Industrial Workers of the World. Jones worked as a teacher and dressmaker, but after her husband and four children all died of yellow fever in and her dress shop was destroyed in the Great Chicago Fire of , she became an organizer for the Knights of Labor and the United Mine Workers union.
Born circa August 1, in County Cork, Ireland, Jones immigrated to Toronto, Canada, with her family at age five—prior to the potato famine with its waves of Irish immigrants. She first worked as a teacher in a Michigan Catholic school, then as a seamstress in Chicago. They had four children in six years.