Monthly Archives: June 2018

What do you see? (18-20)

This was another week in which much of my attention was pulled away from Volume 3: 1897-1904 by the need to get finished with the corrected manuscript for Volume 1: 1877-1892. Last week I chose to spend most of what … Continue reading

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Spinning film and skimming books (18-19)

This is a light week for new creation for me, with the manuscript for Volume 1 needing to be totally put to bed so that the Haymarket production team can get to work doing the final page layout. Nevertheless, my … Continue reading

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Cheating Death in 1902 (18-18)

The Eugene V. Debs saga very nearly came to an end on August 2, 1902, when he was involved in a serious train crash in the middle of Alpine Tunnel, then the highest railway tunnel in North America, located 11,523 … Continue reading

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