6 edition of The Butte Irish found in the catalog.
The Butte Irish
David M. Emmons
Includes bibliographical references (p. 413-433) and index.
|Statement||David M. Emmons.|
|Series||Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 443 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||443|
Get this from a library! The Butte Irish: class and ethnicity in an American mining town, [David M Emmons]. Summoned by the call of the copper mines in Butte, Montana, Irish immigrants left a struggling Ireland at the beginning of the 20th century in search of a better life. Around the mines peppering the hills of the mining city, these determined sons and daughters of Eire built strong Irish neighborhoods that engendered the best of Irish culture Brand: Arcadia Publishing SC.
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The Butte Irish is a well-written and well-executed account of the development of a town and community, offering many insights into working class ethnography, labor relations, Montana history, and Irish history, among others. Emmons has managed to cover aspects of all these areas, even while maintaining a strong focus and cohesiveness /5(7).
Butte was new, overwhelmingly Irish, and extraordinarily dangerousthe ideal place to test the seam between class and ethnicity. "This is a very important book, perhaps one of the most important and best books ever written on Irish-American workers.
The Butte Irish book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this pioneering study, David Emmons tells the story of Butte's l 4/5.
According to David Emmons in his book, The Butte Irish, by Butte residents of Irish descent in a population of 47, A quarter of the population was Irish, a higher percentage than any other American city at the turn of the last century, including Boston.
Summoned by the call of the copper mines in Butte, Montana, Irish immigrants left a struggling Ireland at the beginning of the 20th century in search of a better life. Around the mines peppering the hills of the mining city, these determined sons and daughters of Eire built strong Irish neighborhoods that engendered the best of Irish culture /5(3).
In a book, ‘The Butte Irish Ethnicity,’ David Emmons helped shed light on the perhaps unusual area of settlement for the Irish in Butte. Author: KERRY O'shea. The Butte Irish by David M. Emmons,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(20). Butte was different in requiring a simultaneous accommodation to the demands of both a frontier and an industrializing world.
Still, no claims are made for the uniqueness of the Irish experience in Butte. What is in structive in the Butte story is the Irish response to the risks and the effort to minimize their effects.
Butte, Montana, was built on the backs of the famine Irish and their children. In another half-century, I fear, Butte may end up a ghost town. But as long as there are Irish who remember where they came from, this city will always be a part of the Irish-American character.
The Butte Irish is a well-written and well-executed account of the development of a town and community, offering many insights into working class ethnography, labor relations, Montana history, and /5(9).
Debbie Shea Bowman’s Irish eyes were smiling when Lee Whitney of the Butte Archives approached her 16 months ago to do a book on Butte’s Irish population, with a portion.
According to David Emmons’s book The Butte Irish, 12, of Irish descent were living in Butte bywhere the population was t At a quarter of the population, Irish made up a. Thanks, in part, to Copper King Marcus Daly, a County Cavan native, the number of Irish miners in Butte continued to grow.
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The neighborhoods of St. Mary’s Parish in Butte, Montana, were some of the first settled by immigrants coming to work in Butte’s copper mines in the early s. Most families were Irish and Cornish, and they lived in neighborhoods called Dublin Gulch, Corktown, Sunnyside, Muckerville, and Anaconda Road.
This book Brand: St. Mary’S Neighborhoods Reunion Committee. Mary's Neighborhood, Butte, Montana Novem Remember a book release party is set for December 6th for the"Butte's Irish Heart Who says You Can't Go Home" will be from 3 to 6 p.m at the Butes Elks Lodge on the corner of Galena and Montana.
A book release party for “Butte’s Irish Heart – Who Says You Can’t Go Home” will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 6, at the Butte Elks Club for people to pick up their pre-ordered Author: Tracy Thornton. Cavanaughs County Celtic - W Park St, Butte, Montana - Rated based on 25 Reviews "Cavanaugh's County Celtic is a wonderful Butte Celtic /5(28).
At the height of Butte’s prosperity, the city housed more Irish than any other American city. According to the book, The Butte Irish, by the turn of the 20th century the Irish made up a quarter of Butte’s population, immigrating from Cork, Mayo, Donegal, Kerry, Cavan and Wexford.
They arrived in Butte by way of Nevada’s Comstock Lode, Penn-sylvania’s coalfields, and Michigan’s copper mines. They arrived from Cork, Mayo, and Donegal. According to David Emmons’s book The Butte Irish, 12, of Irish descent were living in Butte bywhere the population was t.
A novel set in Silver Bow, a fictional version of Butte, which tells the story of an Irish immigrant, his love interest Zola, and his uncle Roddy. Mitzi loves this book. I guess I really should read it. James, Don, with pictures by C. Owen Smithers, Sr.
Butte’s Memory Book.Quantity 13 reels microfilm Collection Number Mss (collection) Summary This collection contains membership, financial, organization, and correspondence records from to of many social, literary, and fraternal organizations for the Irish in Butte, Montana.
In this pioneering study, David Emmons tells the story of Butte's large and assertive population of Irish immigrants. He traces their backgrounds in Ireland, the building of an ethnic community in Butte, the nature and hazards of their work in the copper mines, and the complex interplay between Irish nationalism and worker :