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Author Johnson, Marilynn S.

Title Violence in the West : the Johnson County Range War and the Ludlow Massacre : a brief history with documents / Marilynn S. Johnson.

Published Boston : Bedford/St. Martins, [2009]
©2009

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 UniM Bail  978.73502 JOHN    AVAILABLE
Physical description xv, 174 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Series The Bedford series in history and culture.
Bedford series in history and culture.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 162-165) and index.
Contents Part 1 Introduction -- American West: A Violent Land? -- Range Wars -- Johnson County War -- Mining Wars -- Colorado Coal Strike -- Taming of the West -- Part II Documents -- Johnson County War -- Walter Baron Von Richthofen, Cattle Raising on the Plains of North America, 1885 -- Emerson Hough, The Rustler, 1897 -- Frank M. Canton, Frontier Trails, 1930 -- Oscar "Jack" Flagg, The Waterloo of the Barons, 1892 -- Cheyenne Sun, Two Notorious Characters Hanged for Cattle Stealing, 1889 -- John H. Fales, Neither of them ever stole a cow, 1955 -- John Clay, My Life on the Range, 1924 -- Asa Shinn Mercer, The Banditti of the Plains, 1894 -- Sam Clover, Riding with the Regulators, 1892 -- Oscar "Jack" Flagg, The Siege at the TA Ranch, 1892 -- Editorial, Cheyenne Daily Leader, 1892 -- Editorial, Cheyenne Daily Sun, 1892 -- F.A. Meredith, The Wyoming Cattle War, 1892 -- Officers of the Ninth Cavalry, The Suggs Affair, 1892 -- Asa Shinn Mercer, The Trial of the Invaders, 1894 -- Anonymous, The Invasion Song, 1890s -- Colorado Coal Strike -- United Mine Workers of America, District 15, Strike Resolutions, 1913 -- George West, U.S. Commission on Industrial Relations, Report on the Colorado Strike, 1915 -- John D. Rockefeller, Jr., The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company and the Colorado Strike, 1913 -- United Mine Workers of America, TheGovernor and the Coal Operators, 1914 -- Colorado State Federation of Labor, Militarism in Colorado, 1914 -- Mother Jones, In Rockefeller's Prisons, 1925 -- Rocky Mountain News and United Mine Workers Journal, The January 22nd Riot, 1914 -- Colorado Adjutant General, Report on Battle of Ludlow, 1914 -- Mary O'Neal, Those Damn Foreigners, 1971 -- Pearl Jolly, Under Fire in the Ludlow Tent Colony, 1914 -- William Snyder, Affidavit Given to the Commission on Industrial Relations, 1914 -- Godfrey Irwin, The Killing of Louis Tikas, 1914 -- John Sloan, The Aftermath of Ludlow, 1914 -- John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Labor and Capital-Partners, 1916 -- Part III Epilogue: Remembering Johnson County and Ludlow.
Subject Johnson County War, 1892.
Coal Strike, Colo., 1913-1914.
Strikes and lockouts -- Coal mining -- Colorado.
Violence -- West (U.S.) -- 19th century.
Violence -- West (U.S.) -- 20th century.
Wyoming -- History.
ISBN 0312445792 (paperback)
9780312445799 (paperback)