Darkness visible : a novel of the 1892 Homestead Strike

by Busch, Trilby.

Format: Print Book 2012.
Availability: Available at 7 Libraries 9 of 9 copies
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Summary
Darkness Visible imaginatively recreates a defining moment in American labor history: the battle between strikers and company-hired Pinkerton guards in Homestead, Pennsylvania, on July 6, 1892. Disowned by his minister father, university student Emlyn Phillips forsakes the bleak coalfields of South Wales to make a fresh start. Aided by his brother-in-law Gwyn Jones, he finds a job in the Homestead Works of Carnegie Steel. As Emlyn struggles to find a niche in the New World, he must wrestle with the demons that drove him from the Old.
Additional Information
Subjects Carnegie Steel Company -- History -- Fiction.
Homestead Strike, Homestead, Pa., 1892 -- Fiction.
Immigrants -- Pennsylvania -- Homestead -- Fiction.
Welsh Americans -- Pennsylvania -- Homestead -- Fiction.
Iron and steel workers -- Pennsylvania -- Homestead -- Fiction.
Steel industry and trade -- United States -- History -- 19th centuryvFiction.
Homestead (Pa.) -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction.
Historical fiction.
Publisher [Minneapolis, Minn.] :Steelworks Press,2012.
Language English
Description 508 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN 9780615564791 (pbk.)
0615564798 (pbk.)
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