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❰Reading❯ ➻ Fannie Never Flinched Author Mary Cronk Farrell – 9facts.co Fannie Sellins 1872–1919 lived during the Gilded Age of American Industrialization when the Carnegies and Morgans wore jewels while their laborers wore rags Fannie dreamed that America could achieveFannie Sellins 1872–1919 lived during the Gilded Age of American Industrialization when the Carnegies and Morgans wore jewels while their laborers wore rags Fannie dreamed that America could achieve its ideals of euality and justice fo.

R all and she sacrificed her life to help that dream come true Fannie became a union activist helping to create St Louis Missouri Local 67 of the United Garment Workers of America She traveled the nation and eventually gave her life call.

fannie ebok never book flinched book Fannie Never epub Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBR all and she sacrificed her life to help that dream come true Fannie became a union activist helping to create St Louis Missouri Local 67 of the United Garment Workers of America She traveled the nation and eventually gave her life call.

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eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co I'm an award winning author of Children'sYA books and former journalist with a passion for stories about people facing great adversity with courage Writing such stories has shown me that in our darkest moments we have the opportunity to discover our true identity and follow an inner compass toward the greater goodBoth my fiction and non fiction titles feature little known true stories of histor

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  1. Mary Farrell Mary Farrell says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBFull disclosure I am the author of this book I just want to say that I first ran across Fannie Sellins during a Google search in 2005 I knew immediately that I had to find out about her and write her story I was so curious about how she got the courage to stand up against such powerful forces and risk her life about how she came to care so passionately for poor women and children and how she found the strength to spend so many years fighting with working families to better their livesFor years I couldn't find a publisher for Fannie's story I kept getting the sa


  2. Shiloah Shiloah says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBThis was a long and detailed book In hindsight I might have waited till some of my younger children were older before we read it aloud There was a lot about social and cultural issues surrounding unions and mining ⛏ that are over my littles heads My 9 up kids understood and learned from the story Violence and the tragic violent death of Fanny and a man were explained and could be disturb


  3. Mrs. Shaffer Mrs. Shaffer says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBOMG sooooooooo GOOOOD I feel like if this had been published earlier in the year it might have garnered attention? Meticulously researched and making excellent use of primary sources ranging from photographs and newspaper clippings to the shocking verdict report of the coroner's jury who ruled her death at the hands of union busting cops justifiable despite sixty eyewit


  4. Jill Jill says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBThis book subtitled “One Woman’s Courage in the Struggle for American Labor Union Rights” tells the story of labor activist Fannie SellinsFannie Sellins was born Fanny Mooney in 1872 She married Charles Sellins and after his relatively early death when her youngest was just a baby she had to support her four children She went to work in a garment factory one of the two sweatshops owned by the Marx Haas Clothing Company Girls as young as ten as well as grandmothers toiled there together working ten to fourteen hour days six days a week Their pay averaged less than five dollars a week 145 a week in today’s dollars The building was stifling in summer freezing in winter and locked all day from the outside; this was a common practice in factories to prevent workers from taking unauthorized breaks and to reduce theft Th


  5. Alex Baugh Alex Baugh says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBFannie Never Flinched begins with the end of the story the violent fatal shooting of Fannie Sellins a 52 year old little known union activist who only wanted better wages and conditions for workers like herselfWhen Fannie found herself a widow with four young children one still just a baby she knew she would h


  6. Barbara Barbara says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBThe title of this nonfiction book suits it to a T When things got tough others stepped down social and labor activist Fannie Sellins didn't flinch Although I wish there had been details about this brave woman's early years and her path to advocacy the author has carefully used the information she had available to craft a riveting story about someone who dared to make a difference in the world around her Although her life was short she lived from 1872 to 1919 her own work in the garment industry showed her how unfair working conditions were for laborers whose work enriched the owners of those factories Not only was she instrumental in creating a women's division of the United Garment Workers of America but she also worked to organize unions for coal workers in Pennsylvania and West Virginia This handsomely desig


  7. Deby Fredericks Deby Fredericks says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBI love how this book balances personal details from one person's life with a good overview of working conditions in the early 20th Century 100 years ago certain industries virtually owned their workers How could this have happened in the United States? I was inspired by the way Fanny Sellins confronted so much injustice She's like Martin Luther King Jr in devotion to her cause even as the risk grew worse and worseI've been waiting to read this book since I first heard about it Labor History is something our country tends to gloss over We take for granted things like paid vacation and sick time and say we don't need unions because all that is in


  8. Chasia Lloyd Chasia Lloyd says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBI rarely check the categories a book belongs to when I'm checking out books at the Overdrive library so whoops I grabbed this not realizing it was for kids BUT I learned about a n


  9. Mimi Mimi says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBGreat Labor Day read This woman is a labor hero you may never have heard of murdered by police for supporting Union workers


  10. Kid Lit Reviews Kid Lit Reviews says:

    eBook Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUB Ø Fannie Never Kindle ↠ 9facts.co fannie ebok, never book, flinched book, Fannie Never epub, Fannie Never Flinched PDF/EPUBJunior Library Guild SelectionFannie Sellins was a union organizer—activist better describes her work This meant much than it did in the fifties Sellins helped families survive while on strike made sure workers’ children had proper clothing shoes and food She was moral support for the wives and tried to keep the contentious field between owners’ hired guns and strikers peaceful It was extremely difficult work Unim


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