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December 17, 1921
New York Daily News
September 17, 1920
This book is well footnoted so the author clearly has done her homework.
That day a horse drawn wagon full of dynamite exploded outside the J.P. Morgan building, killing 39 people and injuring hundreds, many very seriously.
If you enjoy reading history/detective sagas, then I highly recommend this book.
Very good read and full of information and knowledge, but gets somewhat confusing of who did what and when for more than half a century. Read morePublished 2 months ago by RLHurd
Right at noon, on September 16, 1920, an explosion occurred in the center of Wall Street, in New York City, right between J.P. Morgan Bank and the U.S. Treasury. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
It is often said that history repeats itself. Certainly, this thought came to me as I read Beverly Gage's "The Day Wall Street Exploded". Read morePublished 11 months ago by Andrew Desmond
A really great book to read because it describes everything that happened when it was going on. A very interesting book for anyone wanting to read about something that was quite... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Bridget M Prunicki
Beverly Gage has reworked an old story with a post-9/11 twist. But as even she admits in her narrative this is not - to quote the subtitle - "a story of America in its first age... Read morePublished on June 3, 2012 by R. L. Huff
Sounds like Occupy and today. Those who do not study history.......Are we repeating it? Enjoyed this e-book on my Kindle a lot.Published on March 5, 2012 by Bill
Many books tend to get more interesting after they finish with the background material and get to the heart of the book; in a biography, for example, the background about the... Read morePublished on December 12, 2011 by Henry Cohen
This book provides an in depth and interesting look into a dark chapter in American history that is too often forgotten. Read morePublished on July 25, 2011 by Frederick S. Goethel