Mob, The: The History of Irish Gangsters in America

James Durney

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Title: Mob, The: The History of Irish Gangsters in ...
Publisher: James Durney
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Book Description James Durney, No Place Noted, 1997 First Edition. Wraps., 1997. 8vo. Illustrated wraps. pp 210. 14 illustrations, 2 maps. Includes the draft riots, prohibition, the Chicago bootleg wars, labor rackets, Irish gangsters in the movies, etc. isbn 9780953052110 Very good indeed. Seller Inventory # A36450

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Book Description James Durney, Ireland, 1997. Pictorial Softcover. Condition: Very Good. First Thus. "The Irish criminal gangs of America first surfaced in New York in the 1830's and from then until the present day they have been a major force in organised crime.This informal history traces the rise of the street gangs to the present day; from the New York City Draft Riots of 1863 to the ultraviolet Westies of the 1980's. The Irish gangster brought America its first taste of organised crime and heralded the beginning of the country's 'second government'." This book has 210 pages and is illustrated. Seller Inventory # 041197

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