2 edition of Slavic immigrants in the Pennsylvania anthracite fields, 1880-1902 found in the catalog.
Slavic immigrants in the Pennsylvania anthracite fields, 1880-1902
Michael A. Barendse
Written in English
|Statement||by Michael A. Barendse.|
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The Lattimer Massacre Project is a collaborative endeavor which aims to recognize the historic events surrounding the Lattimer massacre, a tragic incident that changed the labor movement and impacted the world by bringing to light economic disparities and ethnic tensions in the anthracite region of Pennsylvania. To cite this article: Paul A. Shackel (): Immigration heritage in the anthracite coal region of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage, DOI: /
In , when English-speaking workers struck the Pressed Steel Car Company in Stowe Township, Allegheny County, the company promptly retaliated by ignoring the strikers' demands and replacing them with Slavic immigrants. These new employees were part of the millions of people pouring into the United States from eastern and central Europe. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .
The unshaded portion of the map shows the territory in Europe occupied by Slavs. Since of the many subdivisions given in the preceding table only five furnish us with more than one thousand immigrants a year, and since these five races aggregate ninety-seven per cent, of the total Slavic immigration, a consideration of them practically covers the whole field. The . Victor R. Greene: THE SLAVIC COMMUNITY ON STRIKE: IMMIGRANT LABOR IN PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE (University of Notre Dame Press, ). Dr. Greene deserves much credit for his courage in undertaking such a difficult study. For one, he disproves a myth tenderly cherished by American historians of Anglo-Saxon descent.
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Slavic immigrants in the Pennsylvania anthracite fields, a study of the contrast between social expectations and immigrant group behavior. Slavic immigrants in the Pennsylvania anthracite fields, a study of the contrast between social expectations and immigrant group behaviorAuthor: Michael A.
Barendse. Investigations dated between and blamed the Slavic immigrants for the exploitation of anthracite mines, the failure of unionization untiland the relative social backwardness of Northeastern by: 3.
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Barendse. The Slavic Community on Strike: Immigrant Labor in Pennsylvania Anthracite. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, Miller, Donald, and Richard Sharpless. The King- dom of Coal: Work, Enterprise and Ethnic Com- munities in the Mine Fields.
Philadelphia: Uni- versity of Pennsylvania Press, Novak, Michael. The Guns of Lattimer. “Solidarity: The Slavic Community in Anthracite” (Chapter 6 from The Kingdom of Coal: Work, Enterprise, and Ethnic Communities in the Mine Fields,” by Donald L.
Miller and Richard E. Sharpless. The Slavic Community on Strike: Immigrant Labor in Pennsylvania Anthracite. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, Haiman, Miecislaus. Polish Pioneers of Pennsylvania: Annals of the Polish Roman Catholic Union Archives and Museum Vol.
Chicago: Polish Roman Catholic Union, Golab, Caroline. Immigrant Destinations. The Anthracite Coal Region's Slavic Community by Brian Ardan Book Resume: Beginning in the latter half of the 19th century, individuals identifying themselves as Poles, Slovaks, Carpatho-Rusyns, Ukrainians, and others began what would eventually become a mass influx of eastern and central Europeans into Pennsylvania's anthracite coal mining region.
Pennsylvania Mining Families: The Search for Dignity in the Coalfields () By Barry P. Michrina The Kingdom of Coal: Work, Enterprise, and Ethnic Communities in the Mine Fields () By Donald L. Miller and Richard E.
Sharpless Anthracite. An Anthology of Pennsylvania Coal Region Plays () By Philip Mosley (ed.). This study was prompted by the author's observation of a sharp dichotomy in interpretations written before and after the midsrelying largely on the same dataregarding the impact of Slavic immigrants on the Pennsylvania anthracite fields.
Investigations dated between and. Barendse, Michael A. "Slavic immigration in the Pennsyl vania anthracite fields, a study of the con trast between social expectations and immigrant be havior," Ph.D. Dissertation, Ball State University, p.
Bernard, Richard M. The Poles in Oklahoma. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 90 p. LC nthracite coal was first mined in Pennsylvania in the late s. By the turn of the 20th century, the coal industry in northeastern Pennsylvania—which con-tained most of the world’s anthracite deposits—employed aboutworkers who extracted more than million tons of coal a year.
It was the main fuel source for. The Slavic Community on Strike, a condensation of Greene's doctoral dissertation, is a scholarly work and worthy of the Kosciuszko Foundation dissertation award it received.
The book disputes the stereotyped notion that Eastern European immigrants (or "Slavs") were "scabs" or strike breakers in the coal fields. On the contrary, Greene writes. Dynamite Bombings in Northeast PA, Septem by Anthracite Unite Local manufactures satisfied most of this demand.
In fact, six of Pennsylvania’s thirty explosives manufactures were in the anthracite region. Italian, and Slavic immigrants by century’s end.
What swept so many among this destitute working-class. A new book titled "The Anthracite Coal Region's Slavic Community" boasting more than vintage photographs along with narrative from author Brian Ardan, of Trevorton, will be released Monday.
Ardan hopes the book "will be a touchstone of sorts for those interested in knowing about, and perhaps preserving, a culture that has had an enormously Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC. Four distinct anthracite coal fields encompass an area of 1, square miles in the northeastern portion of Pennsylvania.
In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, underground coal mining was at its zenith and the work of miners was more grueling and dangerous than it is today.The stirring story of the Polish National Catholic Church, newly admitted member of the National Council of Churches, is one of irrepressible freedom.
It is a story of belated Reformation, with all the conflict and struggle that marked that phase of church history, taking place in the 20th century on American shores.A Slovak Perspective on the Lattimer Massacre M. Mark Stolarik unskilled laborers in the anthracite and bituminous coal fields of eastern and western Pennsylvania, in the steel mills of the Pitts Michael Novak, The Guns of Lattimer: The True Story of a Massacre and a Trial, August at Lattimer Mines in the anthracite fields.9Cited by: 1.