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February 11, 1919: The Seattle General Strike, Day Six

Obtained: What was gained and lost during the Seattle General Strike of 1919 — Part Six Eight a.m. on Saturday, February 8, 1919, had been set by Seattle Mayor Ole Hanson as a “new” deadline for martial law to be … Continue reading

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February 10, 1919: The Seattle General Strike, Day Five

Obtained: What was gained and lost during the Seattle General Strike of 1919 — Part Five Wednesday, February 5, 1919, was the final day before the Seattle General Strike, and for the strike’s Executive Committee, many questions were still unanswered. … Continue reading

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February 9, 1919: The Seattle General Strike, Day Four

Obtained: What was gained and lost during the Seattle General Strike of 1919 — Part Four January 21, 1919, would see the orderly walkout of some 35,000 workers from Seattle’s shipyards and allied trades. In the meantime, Charles Piez, General … Continue reading

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February 8, 1919: The Seattle General Strike, Day Three

Obtained: What was gained and lost during the Seattle General Strike of 1919 — Part Three Anna Louise Strong, despite having been ousted from the Seattle School Board in 1918, was not out of a job for long. Harry B. … Continue reading

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