The Centralia Conspiracy

The Centralia Conspiracy The raid of did not weaken the lumber workers Union in Centralia On the contrary it served to strengthen it But not until than a year had passed were the loggers able to establish a new headquart

  • Title: The Centralia Conspiracy
  • Author: Ralph Chaplin
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  • Page: 195
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  • The raid of 1918 did not weaken the lumber workers Union in Centralia On the contrary it served to strengthen it But not until than a year had passed were the loggers able to establish a new headquarters This hall was located next door to the Roderick Hotel on Tower Avenue, between Second and Third Streets Hardly was this hall opened when threats were circulatedThe raid of 1918 did not weaken the lumber workers Union in Centralia On the contrary it served to strengthen it But not until than a year had passed were the loggers able to establish a new headquarters This hall was located next door to the Roderick Hotel on Tower Avenue, between Second and Third Streets Hardly was this hall opened when threats were circulated by the Chamber of Commerce that it, like the previous one, was marked for destruction The business element was lined up solid in denunciation of and opposition to the Union Hall and all that it stood for But other anti labor matters took up their attention and it was some time before the second raid was actually accomplished.

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    • Ralph Chaplin

      Ralph Hosea Chaplin was an American writer, artist and labor activist.



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