LUDLOW MASSACRE – LUDLOW COLORADO

LUDLOW COLORADO MASSACRE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN

http://www.kmitch.com/Huerfano/ludlow.html

PBS LUDLOW MASSACRE

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/primary-resources/rockefellers-ludlow/

Forbes, Colo. -- Correspondents under flag of truce

“Photo shows events relating to the Ludlow Massacre, during which a tent camp of striking miners at Ludlow Colorado was attacked by the Colorado National Guard on April 20, 1914.”

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Forbes, Colo. -- Comrade, after battle, rescuing body of slain miner

“Forbes, Colo. — Comrade, after battle, rescuing body of slain miner.   Photo shows events relating to the Ludlow Massacre, during which a tent camp of striking miners at Ludlow Colorado was attacked by the Colorado National Guard on April 20, 1914.”

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Close of Battle, Forbes, Colo. Removing dead: Correspondents under truce flag

“Close of Battle, Forbes, Colo. Removing dead: Correspondents under truce flag. Photo shows events relating to the Ludlow Massacre, during which a tent camp of striking miners at Ludlow Colorado was attacked by the Colorado National Guard on April 20, 1914”

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Burning of miner's camp at Forbes during strike battle -- Colorado

“Burning of miner’s camp at Forbes during strike battle — Colorado.  Photo shows two bodies shrouded under a sheet. Photo relates to the Ludlow Massacre, during which a tent camp of striking miners at Ludlow Colorado was attacked by the Colorado National Guard on April 20, 1914.”

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Forbes, Colo. -- Slain miner & one of his fighting comrades

“Forbes, Colo. — Slain miner & one of his fighting comrades.  Photo shows events relating to the Ludlow Massacre, during which a tent camp of striking miners at Ludlow Colorado was attacked by the Colorado National Guard on April 20, 1914.”

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Ruins Ludlow Colony -- Trinidad, Col.

“Ruins Ludlow Colony — Trinidad, Col. Photo shows ruins in the aftermath of the Ludlow Massacre, during which a tent camp of striking miners at Ludlow, Colorado was attacked by the Colorado National Guard on April 20, 1914”

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Group working in Ludlow Mills. George Barcome, Stoney Hill, Ludlow. (Front row right hand end). Been band boy for three months in #10 mill. Frank Shefjack (next George) see #2665. Eddie Grimshaw, 40 Stony Hill, (next Frank and in the middle) see #2662. Antony Gourek, (next to Eddie) see #2666. Lemmie Gebo, Indian Leap St., Indian Orchard. (Next to Antony.) Been at work in #4 Mill for four months (is young). Sam Baupre, 145 Main St., (next Lemmie, left hand in front) works in #4 Mill. Stoney Severyn, 25 Wesson St. (One of the smallest boys in the back row.)  Location: Ludlow, Massachusetts.

“Group working in Ludlow Mills. George Barcome, Stoney Hill, Ludlow. (Front row right hand end). Been band boy for three months in #10 mill. Frank Shefjack (next George) see #2665. Eddie Grimshaw, 40 Stony Hill, (next Frank and in the middle) see #2662. Antony Gourek, (next to Eddie) see #2666. Lemmie Gebo, Indian Leap St., Indian Orchard. (Next to Antony.) Been at work in #4 Mill for four months (is young). Sam Baupre, 145 Main St., (next Lemmie, left hand in front) works in #4 Mill. Stoney Severyn, 25 Wesson St. (One of the smallest boys in the back row.) Location: Ludlow, Massachusetts.”

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George Barcome, Stony Hill, Ludlow. Been band boy three months in #10 mill.  Location: Ludlow, Massachusetts.

“George Barcome, Stony Hill, Ludlow. Been band boy three months in #10 mill. Location: Ludlow, Massachusetts.”

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Mike Juriewier, 28 East St. Been working as Creel boy in #8 mill, Ludlow, one year. Very illiterate, wrote his name with great difficulty and poorly.  Location: Ludlow, Massachusetts.

“Mike Juriewier, 28 East St. Been working as Creel boy in #8 mill, Ludlow, one year. Very illiterate, wrote his name with great difficulty and poorly. Location: Ludlow, Massachusetts.”

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Becky Edelson [i.e., Edelsohn] taken from jail

“Photograph shows Rebecca Edelsohn (c. 1889 or 1892-1973) after her arrest for attempting to hold an open air mass meeting in Fountain Square, Tarrytown, New York on May 30, without a permit. Edelsohn and fellow I.W.W. members were protesting labor violence in Ludlow, Colorado and went to Tarrytown to denounce John D. Rockefeller, Jr.”

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Becky Edelson [i.e., Edelsohn] under arrest -- Tarrytown

“Photograph shows Rebecca Edelsohn (c. 1889 or 1892-1973) after her arrest for attempting to hold an open air mass meeting in Fountain Square, Tarrytown, New York on May 30, without a permit. Edelsohn and fellow I.W.W. members were protesting labor violence in Ludlow, Colorado and went to Tarrytown to denounce John D. Rockefeller, Jr.”

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Toward Ludlow from the south

“Toward Ludlow from the south”

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Ludlow from the north

“Ludlow from the north”

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Colo. Legislature hearing Gov. Ammon, May 4/14

“Colo. Legislature hearing Gov. Ammon, May 4/14”

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John H. Slattery (Colo. Legisl.)

“John H. Slattery (Colo. Legisl.)”

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Lt. J.K. Hume -- Lt. J.P. Wheeler -- Capt. E. Portner -- Capt. G. P. Rodney -- Capt. T.D. Woodson -- Lt. Ned Miller

“Photo possibly shows members of the Colorado National Guard or federal troops involved in the 1913-1914 Colorado coal strike.”

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Capt. Philip Vancise, [Colo. Militia Commission,] Maj. E.J. Boughton, Capt. W.C. Danks

“Capt. Philip Vancise, [Colo. Militia Commission,] Maj. E.J. Boughton, Capt. W.C. Danks”

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Ludlow Massacre

http://www.umwa.org/?q=content/ludlow-massacre

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Ludlow Massacre Memorial

Tent City Before Massacre

http://canauzzie.blogspot.com/2014_04_16_archive.html

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