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Have you ever heard of the Ludlow Massacre? You might be shocked when you see what happened.

The early 1900s were a time of great social upheaval in our country. During the years leading up to the Ludlow Massacre, miners all around the …

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Archaeology

Remembering the Ludlow Massacre 100 years later

The Ludlow Massacre, one of history’s most violent moments in labor relations, took place 100 years ago on the prairies of southern Colorado and …

Mining

The Ludlow Massacre Still Matters

On April 20, 1914, members of the Colorado National Guard opened fire on a group of armed coal miners and set fire to a makeshift settlement in Ludlow, Colorado, where more than a thousand striking workers and their families were camped out. Today, the Ludlow massacre, which Caleb Crain wrote about …

Justice Story: Women, kids killed in bloody 1913 Ludlow Massacre during coal strike

In September 1913, workers in one of America's most lucrative industries decided they were getting a raw deal and voted to strike. Fast food wasn't …

American Experience

The Rockefellers | Primary Source<p>The Ludlow Massacre<p>A lot more than 2,000 miles separated the Rockefeller estate from Southern Colorado when on …

Economic Archaeology

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Economic Archaeology (Gary M. Feinman 2008)

Faculty - Anthropology

Archaeology<p>William Isbell<p>Distinguished Professor Emeritus<p>Research Interests<p>Anthropology and archaeology of the Americas<br>• Andean prehistory<br>• ancient …

A Historical Archaeology of Labor and Social Justice - Shackel - 2013 - American Anthropologist

Paul A. Shackel and V. Camille Westmont, When the Mines Closed: Heritage Building in Northeastern Pennsylvania, <i>General Anthropology</i>, <b>23</b>, 1, (1), …

The Archaeology of Stakeholding and Social Justice: The Foundations in Mid-19th-Century Belgium - John Cunliffe, Guido Erreygers, 2008

Archaeology

Ethical Archaeologies - The Politics of Social Justice

• This is a set which will include 4 volumes<br>• Ethics and Archaeological Praxis<br>• Ethics and the Archaeology of Violence<br>• After Ethics: Ancestral Voices and …