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Anti-Chinese riots at Seattle [!] Wn., February 8th, 1886

George Kinnear

Anti-Chinese riots at Seattle [!] Wn., February 8th, 1886

by George Kinnear

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Published in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seattle (Wash.) -- Anti-Chinese Riot, 1886.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 301, no. 3041.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination16, [1] p.
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15440311M
    LC Control Number87573664

    A fact from Seattle riot of appeared on Wikipedia's Main Page in the Did you know? column on 25 March The text of the entry was as follows: "Did you know that following the anti-Chinese Seattle riot of Congress paid $, to the Chinese government in compensation, but the victims received nothing?"; A record of the entry may be seen at .   Mack wrote the “The Seattle and Tacoma Anti-Chinese Riots of and ”as a thesis and submitted to the Department of History for a B.A. with honors at Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts in Ma The second article focused on the united stated Army involvement in the Anti-Chinese Riot of

    Between and Chinese workers left. But about Chinese continued to live and work in Seattle. In February , a mob entered Chinatown and attempted to forcibly remove the remaining Chinese, driving them onto ships. State and city officials tried to mediate, but violence erupted. Five people were shot. Seattle WTO protests of , a series of marches, direct actions, and protests carried out from November 28 through December 3, , that disrupted the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Seattle, Washington. Comprising a broad and diffuse coalition of the American Federation.

    A Seattle police officer sprays photojournalist George P. Hickey during the WTO protests in Seattle, November Anti-Chinese sentiment had been was the Mardi Gras riots in February. Febru Acacia Memorial Park, Black Diamond, Calvary Catholic, Cedar Lawns Memorial, Crown Hill & Fall City Cemeteries information. Morality census, the entire book titled Anti-Chinese Riots at Seattle, WN., February 8th, February 9, .


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Anti-Chinese riots at Seattle [!] Wn., February 8th, 1886 by George Kinnear Download PDF EPUB FB2

Anti-Chinese Riots at Seattle, Wn., February 8, February 8th George KinnearSeattle, WA: George Kinnear, Feb. Originally published in the Seattle. Anti-Chinese Riots at Seattle, WN., February 8th, Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Riots Hardcover – January 1, Author: George Kinnear.

Get this from a library. Anti-Chinese riots at Seattte, Wn., February 8th, [George Kinnear] -- First hand account of the anti-Chinese riots that occurred in Seattle in February, Kinnear was made a Captain of the Home Guards, a local militia that was formed at the suggestion of Kinnear to.

Anti-Chinese Riots At Seattle. From Wikisource. Anti-Chinese Riots At Seattle, Wn., February 8th, In a book called the “History of Washington,” giving an account of the day of the shooting, I find “As the column moved up Main St. and approached 1st Avenue, the Home Guards were forced to a halt because of the mob in their.

Original data: Kinnear, George. Anti-Chinese riots at Seattte [sic], Wn., February 8th, Seattle, Wash.: unknown, anti-chinese riot at seattle Harper’s Weekly, March 6,page February 8th Article) A deliberate and determined effort—an effort, too, without immediate provocation—was made on Sunday, February 7, to expel the Chinese from the town of Seattle, Washington Territory.

Full text of "Anti Chinese Riots At Seattle " See other formats ANTI- CHINESE RIOTS AT SEATHE, Wli^FE^U^Y SiU^^m BY GEO. KINNEAR TWENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF RIOTS SEATTLE, WASHINGTON February 8th, Digitized by Mr 9 fti^it.f'^ X REASON for writing this article is to correct some erroneous statements which have been made by different.

Passions gradually cooled in Seattle and elsewhere as all but a few Chinese departed. Congress ultimately paid $, to the Chinese government in compensation for the West Coast rioting -- but the actual victims never saw a dime.

Anti-Chinese riot, FebruarySeattle. Judge Thomas Burke (), Seattle, ca. Courtesy MOHAI. WHEREAS, on February 7,an anti-Chinese riot ensued, and an angry mob of 1, invaded the Chinese quarters in Seattle and forced some Chinese on wagons, hauled them to the dock, and put them on the Queen of Pacific steamer.

Nearly all of the Chinese who were removed from Seattle left on that steamer and subsequent boats; and. George Kinnear Anti-Chinese Riots At Seattle, Wn., February 8th,originally published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, January 1, Privately published in a small volume with the publication date "February 8th, ".

Full text online on Wikisource. This illustration from Harper's Weekly, a national magazine, shows the anti-Chinese riots in Seattle. It shows a group of Chinese men (center) being chased and beaten by the mob.".

Anti-Chinese Riots at Seattte [sic], Wn., February 8th, Seattle: Original cloth boards, gilt lettered. Light dampstaining to front board; light wear at corners and spine extremities.

Contemporary and slightly later presentation inscriptions on title page verso. Light tanning, heavier to title page. About very good. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link).

Get this from a library. Anti-Chinese riots at Seattte [sic], Wn., February 8th, [George Kinnear] -- First hand account of the anti-Chinese riots that occurred in Seattle in February, Kinnear was made a Captain of the Home Guards, a local militia that was formed at the suggestion of Kinnear to.

He joined Seattle's tiny police force and that was the beginning of his successful Pacific Northwest career in law enforcement, business, and politics. He became police chief, then King County sheriff -- the anti-Chinese riots in occurred on his beat.

He studied law, and ran for governor on the Republican ticket. Anti-Chinese Riots at Seattle, WN. February 8th, by Geo. Kinnear. Autographed. Good condition.

Provenance: Estate of Russell Johanson, Ravenna Rare Books, Seattle, Washington. We gladly combine shipping on all purchases for this auction. We will ship all items in-house for this auction and offer a variety of shipping options but will not ship via USPS Media Mail.

Anti-Chinese Riots at Seattle, Wn., February 8th, By George Kinnear. "He has done well to put in permanent form this all too brief record of that exciting episode in Seattle's history.".

The Seattle riot of resulted from anti-Chinese sentiment, which was prevalent in the Western United States during the 19th events culminated in March but the build up to the violence began in late summer as a result of a concerted effort by regional Knights of Labor leaders. The Washington governor requested federal assistance to restore law and order and on November 7 President Grover Cleveland sent the U.S.

military to Seattle and Tacoma to suppress the riots. The Wyoming Territorial government established an investigating committee, but it was controlled by the anti-Chinese labor union, the Knights of Labor.

need of such a reliable book at the hands of one competent to speak without p;ejudice or personal bias. ANTI-CHINESE RIOTS AT SEATTLE. WN.• FEBRUARY 8TH. By Gccrge Kinnear. Seattle. Privately printed,on the twenty-fifthanniversary of the riots. The author was Captain of the Home Guards. hastily organized at.

The Anti-Chinese Outbreaks in Seattle, Jules Alexander Karlin Seattle has experienced a crowded if brief history. While still a struggling town in an area restive under territorial status, it was projected into the national and international limelight.

This dubious fame was attained in February of at the culmination of serious.The Seattle Anti-Chinese Riot, February 西雅图唐人街华人受辱 The Seattle (Washington) anti-Chinese riot 2/ One of the feaures of the book was a compilation (under "Riots") of recent incidents of anti-foreign violence in China.

These seem to have exploded in number just afterthe peak years of the anti.View as book. SUB-COLLECTION American History -- s "The Anti-Chinese riot at Seattle, Washington Territory." The New York Public Library Digital Collections.

- Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Picture Collection, The New York Public Library. ( - ). The Anti-Chinese riot at Seattle, Washington Territory.