Night Train Red Dust: Poems of the Iron Range by Sheila Packa -- Histories of the People and the Place
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Night Train Red Dust: Poems of the Iron Range by Sheila Packa -- Histories of the People and the Place
As I worked on my new book, I posted these cool links about people, places, and things on the Iron Range. This is the "understory" of the stories in Night Train Red Dust: Poems of the Iron Range is published by Wildwood River, a confluence of the arts.  Enjoy!  For more information, go to my website: <a href="http://sheilapacka.com" rel="nofollow">http://sheilapacka.com</a> and <a href="http://wildwoodriver.com" rel="nofollow">http://wildwoodriver.com</a>
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The story of the Rebel Girl | SocialistWorker.org

The story of the Rebel Girl | SocialistWorker.org | Night Train Red Dust: Poems of the Iron Range by Sheila Packa -- Histories of the People and the Place | Scoop.it
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn helped lead some of the most exciting workers' struggles in early 20th century America.
Sheila Packas insight:
It seems some sources refer to her as Helen Gurley Flynn. She was a popular speaker for the IWW on the Iron Range.
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