[Marxism] Lair of Hunterbear Update, New Writings of Mine, Other Stuff
hunterbadbear at earthlink.net
Tue Mar 16 08:12:35 MST 2004
BRIEF NOTE BY HUNTER BEAR:
I am writing as much of an appropriate nature as I can -- and with all
deliberate speed. Here are some of my new things and the Lair
of Hunterbear links to them. My sons are keeping their eyes open for a
1] TRIBUTE/APPRECIATION: Our entire family and our many friends are deeply
grateful for the very recent Tribute on my behalf: full of many warm and
solid comments, fine poetry, great photos -- and accompanied by
wonderful thoughts. This, which surprised me much
indeed, appeared two weeks ago and is now on my two related websites:
A] Lair of Hunterbear [our huge, traditional website]
B] OwlHead.org [Our extremely new, very small website]
[There are slight differences in the two published Tributes but they are not
substantial. In time, we may shift the Tribute entirely to OwlHead -- along
with some very new material. In contacting me by email, use my current
address: hunterbadbear at earthlink.net
2] JEROME, ARIZONA http://www.hunterbear.org/jerome.htm Copper camp,
Wobblies, gunmen and thugs, Jerome Deportation, survivors who continued to
3] KAY OH TAY GOOD ["LITTLE BROTHER"]
http://www.hunterbear.org/KAY%20OH%20TAY%20GOOD.htm My wonderful coyote
and the best head photo we have of him -- and Southwestern labor struggles.
4] THE SNOW IS MELTING http://www.hunterbear.org/snow_is_melting.htm
Fighting heavy diseases, our Iroquoian ethos, dreams.
5] THE MINE-MILL "CONSPIRACY" THAT WASN'T: RELENTLESS ATTACKS ON A
MILITANT, DEMOCRATIC UNION
http://www.hunterbear.org/Mine-Millconspiracycase.htm Very, very
substantially expanded with new material.
6] NEW MEXICO STRUGGLES; AND THE WAR YEARS: SOME MINE-MILL AND RELATED
Among other things, historic coal struggles at Gallup and the role of the
National Miners Union.
7] MINE MILL: CLASS STRUGGLE -- AND LABOR MOVEMENT REVIVAL THOUGHTS.
AND -- FOLLOWED BY AND ON THE SAME PAGE -- REFLECTIONS ON [HOPEFULLY] REAL
STUFF DIXIE LABOR ORGANIZING
http://www.hunterbear.org/mine_mill_class%20struggle.htm Two pieces, each
with a very contemporary organizing and fighting focus.
8] MORNING MEMORIES http://www.hunterbear.org/morning_memories.htm
Remembering my father in my early morning Idaho hours -- and looking at my
brother, Richard's, great painting of him.
9] ON THE RIM OF SYCAMORE CANYON: AT OUR HUNTING CAMP
http://www.hunterbear.org/on_the_rim_of_sycamore_canyon.htm A great photo
of more than 50 years ago.
10] "ARGOSY 1957_JOHN SALTER -WILD ONES_CIGARETTE AD [WITH NOTES AND FIDEL
AS WELL] http://www.hunterbear.org/ARGOSY.htm Much, much expanded.
11] REDS AND CAPITALISTS, HAYWOOD AND HAMMOND AND ME
http://www.hunterbear.org/reds_and_capitalists.htm John Hays Hammond
[great metal mining engineer and infamous capitalist]; and Bill Haywood -- a
key mentor of mine [who I didn't personally know, since he died before I was
born, but whose example has certainly helped me greatly for the better].
12] THE NEXT GREAT STEP OF THE WAY: JOHN BEECHER'S GRASSROOTS POETRY
http://www.hunterbear.org/next_great_step_of_the_way.htm FROM MILDRED
WAKEFIELD, PUBLICITY MANAGER, NEW SOUTH BOOKS ON MARCH 15 2004: "I do
publicity for New South Books, and we have published a new anthology of
Beecher's work, entitled One More River to Cross! In searching the web for
any new reviews (we've had several) I ran across an e-mail tribute you sent
in January (in honor of his 100th birthday?). I so enjoyed reading it and
thought you'd like to know about this book
304044?dev-t=D2JY88OXXJZ3CS%26camp=2025%26link_code=xm2). I couldn't believe
the coincidence of my finding your tribute and the title poem being
dedicated to you." NOTE BY HUNTER BEAR/JOHN SALTER JR: JOHN BEECHER WROTE
A LONG POEM DEDICATED TO ME: "ONE MORE RIVER TO CROSS."
John Beecher, a great poet and courageous activist, and a fine human being,
should always be very well remembered.
HUNTER GRAY [HUNTER BEAR] Micmac/St Francis Abenaki/St Regis Mohawk
In the mountains of Eastern Idaho
In our Gray Hole, the ghosts often dance in the junipers and sage, on the
game trails, in the tributary canyons with the thick red maples, and on the
high windy ridges -- and they dance from within the very essence of our own
inner being. They do this especially when the bright night moon shines down
on the clean white snow that covers the valley and its surroundings. Then
it is as bright as day -- but in an always soft and mysterious and
remembering way. [Hunter Bear]
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