By Verlaine Mcdonald
The purple nook chronicles the occasions of the kids and Nineteen Twenties that left an enduring mark at the quarter. Sheridan County used to be the positioning of an armed theft of $100,000 from the county treasury, a tender Communist camp, an adolescent's "Bolshevik funeral," and surveillance through FBI brokers who pursued a few radical leaders even into the Nineteen Sixties. The e-book profiles numerous influential Communists together with a colourful newspaper editor who was once elected country senator and later nationwide chairman of the Farmer hard work social gathering, in addition to his comrade, the county sheriff, who was once allegedly all for graft, prostitution, and bootlegging. despite its notoriety, the farmers' stream turned one of many nation's such a lot profitable rural Communist enterprises throughout the 1920s.
By the start of the melancholy decade, even if, Communism in northeastern Montana was once crippled. The pink nook info this unusual reversal of fortune through reading newspaper bills, FBI experiences, and inner Communist occasion records, delivering insights on how events come up, maintain themselves, and decline.
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Extra resources for The Red Corner - The Rise and Fall of Communism in Northeastern Montana
In the early days of the Republic, American culture was rife with notions about what it meant to farm and to be a farmer, expressed in images that would undergird and enliven the message of the Communist Party in Montana a century and a half later. Indeed, the tendency to romanticize farm life dates back to the era of the Revolution. A contributor to the idealization of farming was St. John de Crèvecœur, a French immigrant who took up farming in New York and wrote Letters from an American Farmer, which became popular reading during the 1780s.
Over time, many Norwegian émigrés found their way to the county in the hope of staking claims to land of their own. The influx of Norwegians owed much to the tradition of odelsret, which required that a family's land be given to the eldest son when a landowner died. Norwegians tended to have large families, which created difficulty for the siblings of the fortunate eldest son. Particularly in the late nineteenth century as land prices increased while wage levels stagnated, it became critical for Norwegian males with no property holdings to acquire land elsewhere, and often, it was in the United States.
Carl and his sister, Ellen Taylor Syrstad, candidly shared recollections about their father, Charles Taylor, and their childhood experiences in Plentywood. I also thank everyone who agreed to be interviewed for this book as well as the contributors and section editors who worked with Magnus Aasheim on the Daybreak books. In particular, I am grateful to my mother, Helen Stoner, who has constantly encouraged and supported my work on the Sheridan County farmers’ movement (and all of my aspirations), most recently by joyfully undertaking the task of locating photos for this book.
The Red Corner - The Rise and Fall of Communism in Northeastern Montana by Verlaine Mcdonald