The Road to Ludlow: Work, Environment, and Industrialization in Southern Colorado, 1869-1914

by Thomas G. Andrews

Jan 1, 2002
Through the generosity of a Rockefeller Archive Research Grant, I made my second visit to the RAC during the week of 27 October 2002. It was a busy but rewarding week of research, and I am deeply grateful to the center for its continuing support of my research on "Power, Toil, and Trouble: The Nature of Industrial Struggle in the Colorado Coalfields through the Ludlow Massacre of 1914.
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