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102nd Anniversary Of Everett Massacre

November 5, 2018

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The Port of Everett provides a history lesson today in the form of a flashback 102 years ago on this date. Workers in Everett’s shingle mills toiled long hours in dangerous conditions. “Shingle weaving” involved cutting cedar shakes using a series of unguarded saws and shears — causing many men to lose fingers or hands. […]

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Wobblies Returning To Soapbox in Everett

October 17, 2016


Got an email from the office of the Whatcom-Skagit Industrial Workers of the World advising of this event coming to Everett on November 5th… Members of the radical Industrial Workers of the World union (IWW; also known as Wobblies) will gather in Everett, Washington at 1:30 PM on November 5th to commemorate the murders of […]

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Everett Public Library Launches Everett Massacre Centennial Series

October 3, 2016


This month marks the Centennial of the Everett Massacre. Today the Everett Public Library announced a month long series of programs to not only mark the the event but to explain in depth the Everett of 1916. Here’s a brief description… This fall, Everett Public Library presents an ambitious series of programs commemorating the centennial […]

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