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Packinghouse Daughter: A Memoir

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Packinghouse Daughter merges personal memoir and public history to tell a compelling story about family loyalty, small-town life, and working-class values in the face of a violent labor strike in 1959. The daughter of a Wilson & Company packinghouse worker, Cheri Register recalls the meatpackers' strike that devastated and divided her hometown of Albert Lea, Minnesota.

Packinghouse Daughter: A Memoir 2001, Harper Perennial, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780060936846

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Packinghouse Daughter: A Memoir 2000, Minnesota Historical Society Press, Saint Paul, MN

ISBN-13: 9780873513913

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