Ashes of Roses

Ashes of Roses

Book - 2002
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Sixteen-year-old Margaret Rose Nolan, newly arrived from Ireland, finds work at New York City's Triangle Shirtwaist Factory shortly before the 1911 fire in which 146 employees died.
Publisher: New York : H. Holt, 2002
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780805066869
0805066861
Branch Call Number: F AUC (Dayson Collection)
Characteristics: 250 p. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Dayson Collection

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erinsnest
Jun 18, 2012

June 18, 2012....I read 1/2 this book in one day, I have to say I am enjoying it even more than the Hunger Games. Not any dull parts, reads just like a non-fiction. Interesting to read this along side of John Taylor Gatto's "Weapons of Mass Instruction". Kinda firms up some of his points about how "childish" our children are now, compared to the early days. We really do consume too much, and lose ourselves in the boob tube........June 19, finished it up, enjoyed it right to the end. I wasn't expecting the tragedy, kind of took me by surprise!

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jacqueise
Jul 08, 2010

This book is sooo riveting. It has such detail you feel as if you are there with the Roses. This historical fiction novel hit my heart to the core.

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