Author Josh Ritter's Lumberjack Novel; Mohawk Steelworkers Reflect On 9/11 : Here & Now Acclaimed musician Josh Ritter discusses "The Great Glorious Goddamn of It All," his new novel about a young boy coming of age among lumberjacks in turn-of-the-20th-century Idaho. And, many members of New York's Mohawk tribe helped build the NYC skyline, including the Twin Towers. They also saw the towers fall and participated in the cleanup and rescue mission. North Country Public Radio's Ana Williams-Bergen spoke with some Mohawk steelworkers as they look back to that fateful time 20 years ago.

Author Josh Ritter's Lumberjack Novel; Mohawk Steelworkers Reflect On 9/11

Author Josh Ritter's Lumberjack Novel; Mohawk Steelworkers Reflect On 9/11

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Acclaimed musician Josh Ritter discusses "The Great Glorious Goddamn of It All," his new novel about a young boy coming of age among lumberjacks in turn-of-the-20th-century Idaho.

And, many members of New York's Mohawk tribe helped build the NYC skyline, including the Twin Towers. They also saw the towers fall and participated in the cleanup and rescue mission. North Country Public Radio's Ana Williams-Bergen spoke with some Mohawk steelworkers as they look back to that fateful time 20 years ago.

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