Definition of Haywood
1. Noun. United States labor leader and militant socialist who was one of the founders of the Industrial Workers of the World (1869-1928).
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Literary usage of Haywood
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1. The I. W. W.: A Study of American Syndicalism by Paul Frederick Brissenden (1919)
"The committee believes that a protracted general strike would be no less than an insane act on the part of the working class.1 Although the Moyer-haywood ..."
2. Biographical History of North Carolina from Colonial Times to the Present by Samuel A'Court Ashe (1906)
"Colonel haywood married Mary Lovett and was the father of seven children, as follows: William Hay wood, a colonel in the Revolution, who married Charity ..."
3. The Statesmen of America in 1846 by Sarah Mytton Maury (1847)
"haywood is a man of great elegance. His deportment and address are very ... Without knowing that such is the fact, I should imagine Mr. haywood to be ..."
4. The Law of Interstate Rendition: Erroneously Referred to as Interstate by James Alexander Scott (1917)
"haywood v. Nichols, (1906), 203 US 222, 27 Sup. Ct. Ill, 57 L. ed. 148. ... The same stipulation as in haywood case, supra, was made as to this case. §205. ..."
5. The Diary of James K. Polk During His Presidency, 1845 to 1849 by James Knox Polk, Milo Milton Quaife (1910)
"At about 2 O'Clock the porter informed me that Mr. Senator haywood of NC ... Mr. haywood expressed his regret, that I had withdrawn Dr. Tate's nomination. ..."