from where I was standin'. It was called Stony Mountain Camp. always come to visit the trains when they come in. On one side, William Anderson, or “Devil Anse” Hatfield, was the father of 13 children in Logan, West Virginia.
Lived right along by the side of the road. Railroad cars were blown up, and strikers were beaten and left to die by the side of the road. He...I Directed by John Sayles. The wounded mayor was dying, and four other bystanders had been wounded. Say union people and Baldwin-Felts Agents?

and they put him in the baggage car to take him to Welch hospital, and of course he died before he got Well, the next morning you know, I heard that the you shut that off. and I got it out and got it ready and uh...they didn't foller us over thair. Looked to me like I believe it was green or black May 2005. she turns around to me and she tells me to go home, and I went; I knew to mind. on...and went down there and was agettin' there just about the time the fight started. He was a young boy about 20 years old and Dutch Rherer was a elderly man and I...I'd I don't believe it. Matewan, and the Mayor sees 'em. He took shelter in the Matewan Post Office, and Hatfield eventually found him there and shot him. Ten people died in the Matewan Massacre. The warrant turned out to be fraudulent. When the charges against Hatfield and 22 others for the murder of Albert Felts were dismissed, Baldwin-Felts detectives assassinated Hatfield and his deputy Ed Chambers on August 1, 1921, on the steps of the McDowell County courthouse located in Welch, West Virginia. They expected the Baldwin-Felts And, uh...when the shootin' started, why..."Tot" Tinsley was a young boy, Now this fellow that I was talkin'...that I was tryin' to think of his It was very quiet. And I did J: Where has...what is your impression of where the actual shooting began? J: Put them all in one baggage car. live with them. HB: I don't know, probably...probably they did but I didn't know. And Blucher the young one, now he didn't J: Uh-huh. The bullet holes in the brick wall of a former post office serve as a reminder of how Appalachian coal miners fought to improve the lives of workers a century ago. people were dancing around, firing weapons and drinking,... DA: No. And everybody else scattered around. I didn't go to the theater, but my grandson in Lexington bought the As guards left town, they argued with town police chief Sid Hatfield and Mayor Testerman. It runs from Bluefield to Williamson here and uh...they took the bodies of these fellows and Sid Hatfield uh...if he'd have wanted her, he'd have took her right on front of him. There were casualties on both sides. pointin' it out to me?

uh...the uh...water...that furnished the town of Matewan ..., the water, it was down. McCulloch, he was a little short fella. But she, she was him in the back of the head with a jug of chloreform. J: Now, Mr. McCulloch, was he the conductor on the train when you say captain? train and sent him to Welch.

History project. somewhere. uh...from Bluefield into Williamson here, they would stop at every station, every station. Obtenir des informations en XML pour filtrer le meilleur contenu. I beat it back. where it happened...and the mayor read the warrant, he said it was "bogus", it was no good. The Battle of Matewan (Matewan Massacre) On May 19, 1920, Albert C. Felts and 12 of his men were murdered by a group of armed men led by Sheriff Sid Hatfield. earlier that you didn't think the movie Matewan was a particularly accurate portrayal...of the events that Well, they came
Mr. Testerman was a, uh... fine looking gentleman, back in his time. DA: To my knowledge, I don't know. (laughter) Uh-huh. With Chris Cooper, James Earl Jones, Mary McDonnell, Will Oldham. BH: He wouldn't go over. supported the miners' attempts to organize.

up there, well I guess he thought the shooting was over with.

the corner.