Thursday, September 24, 2009

Origin Of Gangs

Origin Of Gangs-blood gang knowledge-tree top
the word "gang" comes from "gonge," a term originally meaning a journey, but later referring to a "gonge" of sailors in the fifteenth century. "Gangs" of outlaws or wild young men came into common usage by Shakespeare's time. The "Father of Gang Research," Frederic Thrasher, gave the word its industrial-era meaning in the 1920s and made “gang” into a term which meant kids of the street. But US gangs had other predecessors than unsupervised street urchins.

there are four kinds of "gangs" which were predecessors of the street gangs of today.

1. Secret Societies

2. Gangs of Outlaws in the Wild West

3.Racist gangs like the Klu Klux Klan

4. "Voting Gangs" tied mainly to the Democratic Party in large cities.

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