In 1913, two immigrants were gunned down in broad daylight in the town of Seeberville, Michigan. This event marked the beginning of a long period of anti-union violence in the Keweenaw peninsula, which would culminate with the Italian Hall disaster. This book is the first to examine what really happened in Seeberville that day, and why the victims should not be forgotten. The book also includes updated information on the Italian Hall disaster and includes the name of the man who cried Fire, thus solving one of the greatest mysteries of Michigan history.
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