Mill Town: A Social History of Everett, Washington, from Its Earliest Beginnings on the Shores of Puget Sound to the Tragic and Infamous Event Known as the Everett Massacre

Mill Town: A Social History of Everett, Washington, from Its Earliest Beginnings on the Shores of Puget Sound to the Tragic and Infamous Event Known as the Everett Massacre

Norman H. Clark / Jul 20, 2019

Mill Town A Social History of Everett Washington from Its Earliest Beginnings on the Shores of Puget Sound to the Tragic and Infamous Event Known as the Everett Massacre The Pacific Northwest s classic confrontation between militants demanding ambiguous change and an establishment intransigently defending the status quo occurred on Sunday November To this day

  • Title: Mill Town: A Social History of Everett, Washington, from Its Earliest Beginnings on the Shores of Puget Sound to the Tragic and Infamous Event Known as the Everett Massacre
  • Author: Norman H. Clark
  • ISBN: 9780295952413
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Pacific Northwest s classic confrontation between militants demanding ambiguous change and an establishment intransigently defending the status quo occurred on Sunday, November 5, 1916 To this day no one knows who shot first, nor even how many died, but thanks to Mill Town, we have at last a charting of the forces, economic and personal, that led to the tragedy Mu The Pacific Northwest s classic confrontation between militants demanding ambiguous change and an establishment intransigently defending the status quo occurred on Sunday, November 5, 1916 To this day no one knows who shot first, nor even how many died, but thanks to Mill Town, we have at last a charting of the forces, economic and personal, that led to the tragedy Murray Morgan

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    653 Comments

    1. Research into the Everett Massacre led me to this book. I picked it up expecting it to be a chore to get through, but was hooked within minutes. Clark's attention to the perspectives of individuals within the community give the entire book an immensely relatable feel. His ability to tell a story really brought the past to life. When I'd read the final pages, I found myself missing Everett - a city I've never visited. I'll be seeking out his other books.


    2. Well-written history of the colorful, corrupt, amusing, hard life, complex building of early WA state communities, including competition between Seattle and Everett. Compelling description of the struggles between skilled labor unions, the Wobblies, and the imperialist timber barons and mill owners who pitted the two against each other in order to control workers. Rich descriptions of individuals heavily involved and their own motivations, as well as the fierce battles that led to a shameful mas [...]


    3. What a surprise! I've lived near and worked in Everett for over 30 years and had no idea what a rich history this town has. Very well-written, even compelling, story about a frontier logging town and what people will do for money. The history of unions and especially the IWW is something contemporary readers can learn a great deal from. Reads more like a novel than a work of history.





    4. Well written and researched. There were some chapters that dragged a little, but this really is the best book written so far on Everett's early history.



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