Mary G. Harris Jones was born in Cork, Ireland, but her family moved to Canada during her teenage years, and later to the US. After losing her husband and children to yellow fever in 1867, and her dress shop to the Great Chicago Fire in 1871, Mother Jones became “the most dangerous woman in America” for her efforts in organizing mine worker protests at poor working conditions.
Each tea towel is approximately 19" wide by 27.5" in height and is made of 100% USA ethically sourced cotton. Each towel is stitched on all four sides and includes a cotton loop for easy hanging.
• 19" width x 27.5" height. (approximately) • 100% unbleached USA cotton • Heavy weight, with a half panama weave. • Includes cotton hanging loop. • Special inks mean that colors last in the wash. • Stitched on all four sides. • Machine wash at 110 degrees max • Pre-wash to soften and increase absorption.