10 edition of The guns of Lattimer found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Michael Novak|
|LC Classifications||HD5325.M62 N68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 276 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||78054500|
In the summer of , a wave of spontaneous protests, organized by foreign-born workers, rippled through area mines. On the afternoon of September 10, some immigrant miners, most of them eastern Europeans, raised an American flag and marched from Harwood towards the tiny patch town of Lattimer, where they hoped to convince Italian miners there to join the strike. Eric Ambler () was a British author of spy fiction and thriller novels as well as being a screenwriter. His novels often involve amateur protagonists forced to be in the company of enemies, consisting of spies and criminals.
Michael Novak's The Guns of Lattimer, released in its second edition in , and George L. Turner's chapter 10, in Hard Coal, Hard Times: Ethnicity and Labor in the Anthracite Region also tell the story. On Friday, September 12, , a new historical marker was dedicated at . The Lattimer massacre was the violent deaths of 19 unarmed striking immigrant anthracite coal miners at the Lattimer mine near Hazleton, Pennsylvania, on September 10,   The miners, mostly of Polish, Slovak, Lithuanian and German ethnicity, were shot and killed by .
John Kingsley Lattimer, MD (October 14, in Mount Clemens, Michigan – May 10, in Teaneck, New Jersey) was a urologist who did extensive research on the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations, becoming the first medical specialist not affiliated with the United States government to examine the medical evidence related to the John F. Kennedy assassination. on the Lattimer Massacre M. Mark Stolarik University of Ottawa As Michael Novak noted in the "Introduction" to his Guns of Lattimer: The True Story of a Massacre and a Trial, August 7-March, , one of the greatest labor slaughters in American history "has been strangely neglected in history books."' Perhaps.
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The Guns ofLattimer is a gripping book that tells Americans, old and new, a great deal about themselves and the society they live in. Mar 01, · The Guns of Lattimer is in fact a powerful indictment of a dominant group’s prejudice against a minority of foreigners who were industrious, law-abiding, and prepared to adhere to democratic norms.
(Many Slavic miners endured their harsh existence with one goal in mind: to save enough money to bring the rest of their family to America.). The Guns of Lattimer: The true story of a massacre and a trial, August - March NOVAK Michael Published by Basic Books Inc.
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As Michael Novak writes in The Guns of Lattimer, “They listened for loosened pebbles dropping from the roof. Sometimes no warning came at all. In the anthracite fields, three men died every two days, on the average.
Nearly every miner bore external signs of injuries: a missing finger, stitches, scars, limps.”. The Guns of Lattimer is a gripping book that tells Americans, old and new, a great deal about themselves and the society they live in.
Originally Published: --Arch Puddington, Commentary "The Guns of Lattimer is a mirror into which Americans can look and see a great deal about themselves and their society from the safety of history and an artistically written historical novel that allows one to identify with both sides.
This is a book of Christian conscience well worth the time and the price.". Please note that the Lexile measures for a small population of books have been recently updated.
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Dec 18, · Prior to Shackel’s book we have had to depend on local and regional accounts of the events ofmost of which have been hard to find and have not been well-documented, or Michael Novak’s semi-fictional The Guns of Lattimer published into understand what occurred in the anthracite region at the turn of the last century.
Novak. Without minimizing the fact that sheriff's deputies fired randomly into a crowd of striking Pennsylvania miners inkilling 19 and wounding more, this detailed account of the affair is tedious.
Michael Novak presents a fairly straight-forward narrative—he admits that each side was ""prevented from seeing the reasoning of the other""although the underlying theme (as in most of his.
Apr 04, · Buy The Guns of Lattimer by Michael Novak from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Michael Novak's The Guns of Lattimer Margaret M.
Lyday The Pennsylvania State University The Guns of Lattimerl is an important book. It defies classification and thus many readers and scholars don't quite know what to make of it.2 It is not a novel, although it contains significant fiction. It is not a.
Jul 28, · Latimer also co-authored a book on electricity published in called "Incandescent Electric Lighting: A Practical Description of the Edison System." Later Innovations. In subsequent years, Latimer continued to display his innovative abilities. In he created a safety elevator, a vast improvement on existing elevators.
The conditions leading to the Lattimer Massacre began with the working conditions for the miners. They worked ten hour shifts in the mine, day after day, with a constant fear that they would be crushed beneath the earth. As Michael Novak writes in The Guns of Lattimer, “They listened for loosened pebbles dropping from the roof.
Sometimes no. Sep 18, · “The story of the guns of Lattimer has been strangely neglected in history books, even in histories of violence in America, even in labor histories,” Novak wrote in The Guns of Lattimer, “The.May 11, · [PDF] Guns of Lattimer: The True Story of a Massacre and a Trial, August March Full.The Lattimer massacre was the violent deaths of at least 19 unarmed striking immigrant anthracite miners at the Lattimer mine near Hazleton, Pennsylvania, on September 10,   The miners, mostly of Polish, Slovak, Lithuanian and German ethnicity, were shot Location: Lattimer, Pennsylvania, U.S., 40°59′41″N .