The History of the Great Riots: Being a Full and Authentic Account of the Strikes and Riots on the Various Railroads of the United States and in the Mining Regions. Embracing Brilliant and Graphic Pen-pictures of the Reign of Terror in Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Chicago, and Other Cities. The Conflicts Between the Troops and the Mob. Terrible Conflagrations and Destruction of Property. Thrilling Scenes and Incidents, Etc., Etc. Together with a Full History of the Mollie Maguires

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National Publishing Company, 1877 - 516 páginas

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