James Mc Parland
James McParland, also known as James McParlan (born 1843, County Armagh, Ireland – died May 18, 1919, Denver, Colorado, U.S.) was a Pinkerton agent.
Born in 1843 in County Armagh, Ireland, McParland arrived in New York in 1867. He operated a liquor store in Chicago until the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 destroyed his business. He then became a detective. Sometimes referred to as the "Great Detective", McParland was noted for success against the Molly Maguires, failure against the leadership of the Western Federation of Miners, and a fictional appearance in The Valley of Fear.
Read more about James Mc Parland: Infiltration of The Molly Maguires, The Valley of Fear: McParland "meets" Holmes, Knights of Labor Railway Strike of 1886, Criminal Detection, McParland in Colorado, Competitive Practices, Allegations, Death
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