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Story of John F. Deitz, the defender of Cameron dam (Thornapple river)

Thomas Whitefield Phillips

Story of John F. Deitz, the defender of Cameron dam (Thornapple river)

by Thomas Whitefield Phillips

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Published by Phillips & Erickson in Cameron, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deitz, John F., 1861-1924.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCameron dam.
    Statementby "A lumberjack." [pseud.]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF586 .D46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination128 p. incl. plates, ports., plan.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6995234M
    LC Control Number08009493
    OCLC/WorldCa20683385

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Story of John F. Deitz, the defender of Cameron dam (Thornapple river) by Thomas Whitefield Phillips Download PDF EPUB FB2

John F. Dietz fought the Battle of Cameron Dam in where he held off 60 sheriff's deputies in Sawyer County, Wisconsin in a one-week standoff. History. He was born April 3, in Winneconne, six years, he maintained a log dam on the Thornapple the time the standoff ended he was a national hero.

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John Dietz surrendered and was sentenced to life in prison. He served ten years, but public pressure eventually convinced Governor John J. Blain to pardon him in May Dietz died in Cameron Dam has long since disappeared. Several books and even a play have been written about the Battle of Cameron Dam.

Story of John F. Dietz, defender of the Cameron Dam and the events leading up to the murder of Bert Horel. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. John Dietz "Defender of Cameron Dam" The Timber Business and the Dietz Case Hayward, Wis., Dec.

- Myra Dietz, eldest daughter of the "defender of Cameron Dam" was given a hearing in the municipal court today on charges growing out of her participation in the defense of the Dietz cabin by the posse of law officers last October, in which one of the sheriffs deputies was killed.

Across the state of Wisconsin, and even across the nation, John F. Dietz came to be a symbol of revolt against the power of the corporations, and the victim of an injustice. The state-wide interest in the events that took place at Cameron Dam from to can be understood better in the light of social and political developments elsewhere Reviews: 2.

John Dietz, Cameron Dam defender, is dead COVID Updates: The Wisconsin Historical Society hours have changed. See a full list of COVID Closures and Events HERE. The State Historical Society and news accounts in this newspaper used the "Deitz" version, while a book, "The Battle of Cameron Dam," by Malcolm Roshold, uses the "Dietz" spellingDave Carlson.

Extracted from the Eau Claire Leader Telegram Special Publication, Our Story 'The Chippewa Valley and Beyond', published Used with permission. HAYWARD, Wis., Nov. -- After being released from jail to-day on $40, bond.

John F. Dietz, "Defender of Cameron Dam," was immediately rearrested on another charge and is again in Jail tonight. The Battle of Cameron Dam. InJohn F. Dietz and his family purchased a farmstead on the Thornapple River about 8 miles southeast of the Village of Winter. Dietz soon discovered that the Cameron Dam, one of the many logging dams on this important tributary.

John F. Deitz was a farmer, known as the "defender of Cameron Dam." Deitz owned a family farm 10 miles outside Rice Lake, abutting the Cameron Dam on the Thornapple River.

When he moved there inDeitz was already in a dispute with the Chippewa Lumber and Boom Company, a subsidiary of the Weyerhauser syndicate. Sent To The Cameron Dam Advance Guard of Log Driving Crew Near Home of Dietz – Eau Claire Weekly Telegram | April 4, Chippewa Falls- The advance guard of a log driving crew has been sent to the Cameron dam on the Thornapple river and is lodged in a camp where members of the sheriff’s posse are said to have been fired at by John F.

Dietz last April. What is Whitepages people search. Whitepages provides the top free people search and tenant screening tool online with contact information for over million people including cell phone numbers and complete background check data compiled from public records, white pages and other directories in all 50 states.

We provide answers to over 2 million searches every day, helping 35 million users. InJohn F. Deitz and his family purchased a farmstead on the Thornapple River about 2 miles south of here.

Deitz soon discovered that Cameron Dam - one of many logging dams on this important tributary of the Chippewa River - lay on his property. Battle Cameron Dam John Deitz Cabin Family Wisconsin Real Photo RPPC Family that waged war on Weyerhauser lumber company, and their company thugs, sheriffs, law enforcement that tried to force his hand at water rights on his land near Cameron dam Seller Rating: % positive.

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MADISON, Wis., May John F. Dietz, who attracted nation-wide attention more than a decade ago as the defender of Cameron Dam in Northern Wisconsin, was pardoned today by Governor Blaine. World War III is a month old. After attacking, and sinking the Destroyer USS Stacy Heath, the Chinese invade Tibet, and India counterattacks.

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See what’s new with book lending at the Internet Archive Edit. Last edited anonymously. Aug The battle of Cameron Dam by Malcolm Leviatt Rosholt 1 edition - first published in Not in LibraryJohn F.

Deitz (), Malcolm Leviatt Rosholt () Time. 20th century. Lists. Add to List. Dietz is in top form as he presents an involved story from the points of view of aliens, the legion, the navy, various imperial military, political and civilian leaders and the mad emperor.

The emperor who tries to survive by pitting the various imperial factions against each other and avoiding decision making for as long as s: Cameron Dam collection: Rosholt's research on John Deitz and the Cameron Dam affair (M) Malcolm Leviatt Rosholt's Collected photographs (PH ) Malcolm Rosholt papers at the United States Army Military History Institute (ARCH COLL 02).Hass, Paul H.

"The Suppression of John F. Dietz: An Episode of the Progressive Era in Wisconsin." Wisconsin Magazine of History. SummerHidy, Ralph Willard, Frank Ernest Hill, and Allan Nevins.

Timber and Men; The Weyerhaeuser Story. New York: Macmillan,