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1. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-03-05 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-03-05 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Friendly strikers - Above is a group of pickets and sawmill workers sitting outside the Seattle Cedar Lumber Mill in Ballard yesterday, as with a thousand others, they awaited progress in their demands...

2. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-03-22 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-03-22 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Anacortes mill strike reaches settlement - Settlement of the lumber and sawmill workers strike which closed three mills in Anacortes, was announced yesterday by officials of the union and representatives...

3. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-04-04 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-04-04 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Strike closes up Cooperage plant - The Western Cooperage Company was strike bound today with 500 employe members of the Lumber and Sawmill Workers' Union idle.

4. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-04-22 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-04-22 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots 2 logging camps tied up by strikes - Two logging camps and a sawmill employing 730 men were closed today by strikes as the Columbia River district council of the Lumber and Sawmill Workers' Union attempted...

5. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-04-29 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-04-29 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Sawmill men ask strike end - Sawmill operators of the Columbia Basin made a direct appeal to striking workers today to return to three strike-ridden mills.

6. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-05-23 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-05-23 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Mill strikers swell state's relief rolls - dissension seen in Tacoma union ranks ; new walkouts in Oregon ; Nettleton resigns - While relief rolls continued to swell throughout Washington and Oregon as...

7. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-06-03 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-06-03 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Strike parley continues at Stimson mill - trouble between car men and pile driver unions settled ; misunderstanding blamed - While the Stimson Lumber Company mill still closed down by a strike of 175 members...

8. Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-08-14 Northwest history. Lumber industry & by-products. Strikes and riots. 1937-08-14 Northwest history; lumber industry; timber industry; lumbering; strikes; riots Oregon strike hits lumber company - Smouldering rivalry between the Industrial Employes Union and the American Federation of Labor reached a climax here today when the Sawmill and Timber Workers Union,...
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