1 edition of Horrors of history found in the catalog.
Written in English
Young Frank, his father, and the families of all the Colorado miners on strike in the Ludlow tent colony are uncertain of their fate when the camp"s guards attack during the Ludlow Massacre of 1914.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 126-128).
|Other titles||Massacre of the miners|
|Statement||T. Neill Anderson|
|Series||Horrors of history, Horrors of history|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.A5516 Hq 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 130 pages :|
|Number of Pages||130|
|ISBN 10||9781580895200, 9781607347866, 9781607347118, 9781607347828|
|LC Control Number||2014015800|
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People of the Plague is the third installment of the Horrors of History series. Each book in this series examines a devastating historical event through the eyes of different characters.
People of the Plague occurs in October of as /5(9). Anderson, author of several titles in the "Horrors of History" series, brings another tragedy to light. The author novelizes the true massacre at Ludlow, a camp of striking coal miners in Colorado.
It is Easter season,and the miners, the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company, and the Colorado National Guard, are at a : T. Neill Anderson. I truly enjoyed Horrors of History. Fourteen authors with distinct voices write about events in world history and what supernatural occurrences may have help shaped those events.
The stories take us to the trenches of WWII, where gangsters and zombies collide in the roaring 20's and aboard the Mary Celeste, an abandoned cargo ship.4/5. This is a faced-paced work of historical fiction, based on actual events surrounding the Galveston, TX hurricane.
The author has created believable dialogue and story details to make the stories of victims and survivors come alive/5. A History of Horror is an engaging overview of the history of horror cinema. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in the subject, or who wants to know more about the genre.
Dixon is a great writer, and I was impressed by the ground he Cited by: T. Neill Anderson is a research fanatic and American-history buff. He is the author of City of the Dead and Ocean of Fire, the first two books in the Horrors of History series. He lives and works in Brooklyn, New York/5(4). Horrors book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Since time began, mankind has attempted to explain away the terrors of the n /5. About Horrors of History: Massacre of the Miners The fourth book in the Horrors of History historical fiction series recounts the untold story of the Ludlow Massacre.
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