A. Captain Thomas Wheeler
the commander of the Pinkerton strikebreakers present at the famous Orcish factory strike of 1915 in New York. he's well known for being heavy-handed, as during a previous Orcish protest out in an open park, he and his strikebreakers formed a firing line having acquired two maxim guns to bear upon the Orcs. on his order, the pinkertons fired upon them and needless to say the Orcish protesters were massacred. his reputation goes even before his Pinkerton career, as he used to be frontiersman of quite renown for hunting Orcs.
B. Father Lloyd Eleanor
a Gnomish councilman of the Church of the Electrolizers, and owner of the factory, he wanted a peaceful outcome to the strike, but not wholly out of sympathy for the Orc's plight, but more in due part to the fact that the factory housed many pieces of precious prototype technology whose development was under his funding. when the face off between the Pinkertons and the Orcs devolved into a massacre. a raging fire erupted, and much of factory was lost, but not only to the fire but also to the fierce fighting that happened within its walls. with most if not all his life's work lost, Father Eleanor denounced the Pinkertons ever since, and not soon after, he resigned from the church. he was never seen again after the ensuing turmoil of the second American civil war, and French invasion.
C. Johnathon Reynolds
a Half-Orc anarchist and labor agitator, he was the most outspoken of his time in the fight for equal Orcish rights, using his half human lineage as a foothold in politics. he was the instigator of many riots and strikes to win Orcish workers the right to unionize, one of which was the New York factory strike of 1915. there though, is where he is presumed to have died at the hands of Captain Wheeler and his Pinkertons.