Feud-Hatfields and McCoys-The Real Story
About 80 people actually took part in the feud from 1863 to 1891 in the Tug River Valley between Logan County, West Virginia and Pike County, Kentucky. Family against family, friend against friend, blood against blood; gun battles, knife fights, assassination attempts, a volatile Romeo and Juliet romance, and public execution of a man who may have been innocent. 11 recorded murders; 4 Hatfields and 7 Mccoys, 9 men imprisoned, 7 for life. The conflict that began during the Civil War and with the absence of strong local authority, minor disputes escalated to a full-blown war. Fueled by competition between New York newspaper moguls, Pulitzer and Hearst, the feud received such press coverage that gave new meaning to ”Yellow Journalism.” The region simmered even after the feud ended until Coal Miners, Unions, Company Strike Breakers and State Militia all clashed in 1920.
Flex Delivery Method
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Do you prefer to learn in our classroom or the comfort of your home? With our new Flex course format, you decide what works best for you. Our courses are taught live at a specific day and time in our clean, socially-distanced classroom and are simultaneously broadcast to our virtual classroom. With this flexible format, you choose one option when you register: to join the instructor in the physical classroom or join the class meeting remotely. Either way, you get the same quality instruction from an industry professional in a live meeting with other learners.
- Start Date 10/07/2020
- End Date 12/02/2020
- Delivery Flex
- Total Hours 12
- Class Sessions 8
- Location KSU Center
- City Kennesaw, GA
- CEUs 0
- Fee $99
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