Todd Tucker recieved a bachelor's degree in history from the Univesrity of Notre Dame and served as an officer in the U.S. Navy's nuclear submarine force. He lives in Valparaiso, Indiana with his family.
So much information on ND, Indian, the Klan... Did not know half!
It was presented is clear, entertaining manner. Was a pleasure to read .
Interesting history of Notre Dame and Indiana. Now I know why indiana is so conservative.Published 7 days ago by ksali
Fairly interesting history, more for early Notre Dame and for the KKK in Indiana. Riot itself was not really that significant in the scheme of things. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Francis S. Billak
Well researched, high lights hidden bigotry. The fact that the Klan hated Catholicism as well as skin color is an aspect of hatred and ignorance that has probably been forgotten. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Forrest16
Chocked full of so much detail that at times it feels like history, yet it reads like a series of well written stories. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Just <3 shoes
Interesting. history about the Klan, and Notre Dame. ND football info superfluous. Well written and apparently well researched. Bill Quinlan, ND Class of '60.Published 22 days ago by William A Quinlan
Wow I didn't realize Notre Dame was troubled he KuKLUX Klan so much!Published 4 months ago by Maureen B. Mulkerrin
This story should be better known, wonderfully told by the author. Makes this Catholic long for the days when ND stood for more than football and liberalism.Published 17 months ago by jim
There is a lot of archive research embedded in it.
There is great insight and the author attempts
to project his work into the times he describes. Read more