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The Bisbee Deportation (1917) Options
Daemon
Posted: Thursday, July 12, 2018 12:00:00 AM
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The Bisbee Deportation (1917)

In June 1917, miners in Bisbee, Arizona, engaged in a strike to improve wages and working conditions. On July 12, 2,000 vigilantes organized by the county sheriff illegally deported more than 1,000 of the striking union workers and others, including Americans and immigrants from Mexico and elsewhere. They were brought to a baseball field, loaded onto a cattle train, and taken 16 hours through the desert. They were finally dropped off in Hermanas, New Mexico. What happened to them next? More...
Wilmar (USA)
Posted: Thursday, July 12, 2018 3:40:40 PM

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Regarding this sentence in the intro to the article today: They were brought to a baseball field, loaded onto a cattle train, and taken 16 hours through the desert.

No, they were not "brought" to the baseball field -- they were "taken" to the baseball field...

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