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  1. John Henry, conocido popularmente como "John Henry, the steel driving man" ("John Henry, el ferroviario"), es un héroe afroamericano (c. 1840 – c. 1870) [1] [2] que ha sido el tema central de numerosas canciones, historias, películas y novelas en el folclore estadounidense.

  2. John Henry is an American folk hero. An African American freedman, he is said to have worked as a "steel-driving man"—a man tasked with hammering a steel drill into a rock to make holes for explosives to blast the rock in constructing a railroad tunnel.

  3. 7 de mar. de 2024 · John Henry. Statue of John Henry, near Talcott, West Virginia. John Henry, hero of a widely sung African American folk ballad. It describes his contest with a steam drill, in which John Henry crushed more rock than did the machine but died “with his hammer in his hand.”.

  4. John Henry es una película dirigida por Will Forbes con Terry Crews, Ludacris, Kimberly Hebert Gregory, Maestro Harrell .... Año: 2020. Título original: John Henry. Sinopsis: John Henry (Terry Crews) es un grandullón que vive en el sur de la ciudad de Los Ángeles cuidando de su padre.

  5. 19 de dic. de 2021 · El caso de John Henry Ramirez, que pide ser ejecutado en compañía de su sacerdote, ha llegado al Supremo de Estados Unidos. En una entrevista con EL PAÍS, cuenta que ya ha superado cualquier ...

  6. Presenter. Scott Reynolds Nelson. According to the ballad that made him famous, John Henry did battle with a steam-powered drill, beat the machine, and died. Folklorists have long thought John Henry to be mythical, but historian Scott Nelson has discovered that he was a real person—a nineteen-year-old from New Jersey who was convicted of ...

  7. 1 de ago. de 2013 · One of the most colorful characters in American folklore is the legendary John Henry. Whether he was a true historical figure or a fictitious hero carved into the minds of common Americans by oral tradition, his story has given inspiration to generations.