Archive for January 17th, 2018

Originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 18, 1891

Better feeling prevails than has existed in several years

In Tuesday’s issue of the Seattle Democratic paper appears an article headed, “A Strike Is Impending.” The article in question is intended to give people the impression that the miners here are about to begin fighting each other.

The article was considerable of a surprise to most of most of the people here, and they naturally concluded that the man from Newcastle that furnished the Democratic paper with that item must be troubled considerably with softners in the upper story. Nobody here wonders that Manager Smith and Colonel Haines should disclaim all knowledge of any outbreak that would render the presence of the militia necessary. (more…)

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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, January 17, 1924

Visitors to Burnett invariably exclaim about the beauty of the camp’s surroundings and its neat and well-kept residences. The view above, taken from the water tower, gives a glimpse of the east side of the camp. (more…)

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