Creators:Roy, Andrew, 1834-
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Citation:Ohio Mining Journal, vol. 2, no. 1 (November 15, 1883), 28-34.
Co-operation, which is meant the banding together of a number of workingmen for the purpose of applying their earnings in starting a store, opening a coal mine, building a blast furnace, or engaging in other industrial pursuit, and thus becoming at once the possessor of their own capital and labor, had its origin in England in the year 1843.
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