History Buffs Take Note! Find Out Why The Fight Was On At The Louisville Mines

Louisville History Museum ‘Brown Bag’: “Fear Rules Cities and Fight Is On At Louisville Mines” The 100th Anniversary of Screen Shot 2014-03-03 at 12.44.55 PMthe Northern Coal Field War and the Battle at the Hecla
Ron Buffo, who wrote about the 100th anniversary of the Northern Coal Field War and the Battle at the Hecla Mine for the Winter 2014 Louisville Historian, will discuss the fierce April 1914 battle that strikers and strikebreakers waged at the Hecla Mine in Louisville and will place it in the context of the larger labor war that was taking place at that time. Bring your lunch and enjoy this exciting presentation.

Presentation at Noon on March 6, 2014. Louisville Public Library, 1st Floor Meeting Room. More information here. Or call Bridget Bacon at 303.665.9048 or email her at museum@louisvilleco.gov
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