5 edition of Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HD6490.C612 U65 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 355 p. :|
|Number of Pages||355|
|LC Control Number||87035843|
years later, we remember the Ludlow Massacre and its legacy. With the help of former Colorado Poet Laureate David Mason, and a host . The Ludlow Massacre may be a relatively obscure event of the early 20th century history of the labour movement, but it nonetheless played an important role in the unionisation of America in the forties and the fifties, and in the establishment of labor protection laws.
Children of Ludlow is an award-winning exhibit that examines the Colorado Coalfield Strike and Ludlow Massacre through the eyes of the more than 9, children who endured the strike. The exhibit was originally part of the statewide Ludlow Centennial Commemoration. The Ludlow massacre revisited. About seventy million years ago, when the Rocky Mountains were still rising out of the sea, coastal swamps covered much of .
Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre: A Chapter in American Industrial Relations. By H. M. Gitelman. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, xvii + pp. $29–). Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre: A Chapter in American Industrial Relations. By Howard M. Gitelman. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press,
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the strike in Colorado had officially come to an end. The federal troops deployed in the wake of the Ludlow Massacre had also been withdrawn, and. Ludlow Massacre, attack on striking coal miners and their families by the Colorado National Guard and Colorado Fuel and Iron Company guards at Ludlow, Colorado, on Apresulting in the deaths of 25 people, including 11 children.
Ab miners under the direction of the United Mine. The Rockefellers responded by hiring a detective agency—comprised of “Texas desperadoes and thugs,” according to “Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre,” a sharply researched book by Howard Author: Ben Mauk.
The Ludlow Massacre began on the morning of Apwhen a battle broke out between the Colorado National Guard and striking coal miners at their tent colony outside of Ludlow in Las Animas knows who fired the first shot, but the incident is remembered as a massacre because the miners and their families bore the brunt of the casualties.
The Ludlow Massacre led to 10 days of skirmishes in which miners attacked a series of mines along a mile stretch between Trinidad and Walsenburg. In all, more than 70 people died in clashes along the Front Range between and in what has become known as the Colorado Coalfield War, according to “Blood Passion,” a book by.
Taking an interdisciplinary approach to the policies of the early years of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, Making an American Workforce explores John D.
Rockefeller Jr.'s welfare capitalist programs and their effects on the company's diverse workforce. Focusing on the workers themselves—men, women, and children representative of a variety of immigrant and ethnic groups—contributors.
I am passionate about Colorado history and BLOOD PASSION is the best, most detailed book on the Ludlow Massacre that I have ever read. Scott Martelle's research is amazing. He has fitted the pieces of the Ludlow puzzle together in such a way that Reviews: Discover Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre: A Chapter in American Industrial Relations by Howard M.
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The Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre: A Chapter in American Indus-trial Relations. By Howard M. Gitelman Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, xv + pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, and index. $ Reviewed by Melvyn Dubofsky Howard M. Gitelman has written a book that should interest students of.
Ludlow's legacy is indeed alive and well. The same story of worker repression and political cowardice that brought on a massacre is again unfolding in Colorado. Professor Fawn Amber Montoya talked about her book, Making an American Workforce: The Rockefellers and the Legacy of ing the events of the Ludlow Massacre.
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Ebook | ISBN | Buy from De Gruyter $ | € | £ This book is available under special arrangement from our European publishing partner De Gruyter. An Anniversary Collection volume. David Mason (right) who wrote the book "Ludlow" and a tourist look at the details of the Ludlow Massacre of while visiting the memorial for the Massacre in Ludlow’s legacy is indeed alive and well.
The same story of worker repression and political cowardice that brought on a massacre is again unfolding here in. The Ludlow Massacre of is an informational book about the Ludlow Massacre on Ap In the massacre private soldiers hired by John D.
Rockefeller brutally killed miners and their families who were on strike for their rights/5(2). Note to Editors: This is the first of two columns looking at the legacy of the Ludlow Massacre on its 94th anniversary.
Ninety-four years ago on. Because battlefields can be potent symbols in the construction of historical memory, they can remain sites of struggle for as long as that memory is important.
History professionals, such as archaeologists, participate fully in these struggles. The commemoration of the Ludlow Massacre Site, a battlefield in the industrial wars of the earlyth century is discussed.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Legacy of the Ludlow Massacre: A Chapter in American Industrial Relations by Howard M.
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