Rebels of the Woods: The I.W.W. in the Pacific Northwest

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University of Oregon Books, 1967 - Political Science - 230 pages
This classic history traces the rise and fall of the Industrial Workers of the World -- the Wobblies -- in the region, from their 1907 strike in the Portland lumber mills and the Centralia tragedy of 1919 to the closing of Seattle's I.W.W. hall in 1965.

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Rebels of the Woods is the story of the Industrial Workers of the World in the Pacific Northwest. This is a scholarly work but quite accessible. It doesn't attempt to be the whole story of the ... Read full review

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CHAPTER II
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A Time of Testing
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CHAPTER III
62
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